Six years after Sharon first met Jon while working on Capitol Hill, their paths crossed again: They were both working as lobbyists. It didn't take long before they were lobbying for each other. Sharon and Jon decided that the Fourth of July would be great for their wedding. They decided on a garden ceremony and reception at the Sewall Belmont House, home of the National Women's Party and two blocks from the Capitol, where they met.

Fourth of July and fireworks set the scene of this couple's D.C. affair

Six years after Sharon first met Jon while working on Capitol Hill, their paths crossed again: They were both working as lobbyists. It didn't take long before they were lobbying for each other. Sharon and Jon decided that the Fourth of July would be great for their wedding. They decided on a garden ceremony and reception at the Sewall Belmont House, home of the National Women's Party and two blocks from the Capitol, where they met.

Sharon donned an ivory satin gown with embroidered strapless top for the ceremony, then changed into a white halter-top sheath for the party.

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