This elegant Anderson House wedding in Washington, DC was the perfect black-tie affair. The Anderson House was the first venue the bride and groom toured, and they knew it was the one upon seeing the ornate and impressive Grand Ballroom where their reception would occur and the gorgeous outdoor garden area for the ceremony. With its reflecting pool lit up with candles and large white floral showstoppers flanking the Buddha statue, the ceremony was an elegant, timeless and unique affair. The couple gifted guests with French macarons, which was a nod not only to their elegant Parisian-inspired affair, but also a throw back to their engagement, where the groom popped the question in Paris, Virginia (yes, a real town!), against an Eiffel tower that he built!