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“Meanwhile, I thought he was just being sweet. I had zero clue what we coming.” As they approached the Capitol, Lauren spotted some flowers and candles in the near distance and asked if she could go see what it was. As she got closer, she saw the classic Tiffany’s box and grabbed Alex’s hand to walk away as she said, “Babe, I think someone is getting engaged—let’s go.” “Little did I know,” Lauren says. “ “I was shocked and giddy, and honestly the rest is a whirlwind,” Lauren says. “It felt like a dream.” Lauren’s friend and photographer Sarah Bradshaw was hiding, to capture the engagement. And after Lauren said, “yes!” Alex took her to The Jefferson Hotel’s Plume for dinner. “Every moment was an absolute fairytale,” Lauren says. They were engaged for five months before marrying in a romantic winter wedding on Capitol Hill at the Capitol Hill Baptist Church on March 7, with a reception at Stroga. The snow on the ground made for a perfect backdrop to the navy and mint color combination Lauren and Alex chose. Lauren wore a strapless lace gown, and her bridesmaids all wore mint green dresses of their choosing.
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