My husband and I got married here in 2011--it was fantastic. We wanted to be married somewhere that was significant to our relationship, our personalities, and our lives (he's in law enforcement; I'm an attorney). We were married in July, so the weather was very hot--and this particular monument wasn't congested like the other monuments were, so we were able to have a bit of privacy. Also, I'm not sure what the wedding permit situation is with the other monuments, but I don't think you need one here. We did our pre-wedding photos at the WWII fountain, and that made for a gorgeous backdrop. Anyway, it was a beautiful ceremony under a weeping willow tree, with the Washington Monument in the background...and it was free, so you can't beat that. It's a fantastic and meaningful place, and if it speaks to you, you'll know it.
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