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"Le Diner en Blanc" is an extravagant, all-white event that originated in Paris and now takes place in major cities around the world.

Circa attended the huge "BYOE" party as it made its annual stop in Washington, D.C. on Saturday stationed up and down Capitol Hill at a secret location.

An estimated 4,000 guests traveled to Pennsylvania Avenue by foot where they assembled their picnic tables to dine among friends.

Guests are required to bring their own tables, food, drinks and fancy center pieces. Many guests got creative with their setups, which we celebrated and commended during the napkin wave, a Diner en Blanc tradition.

At the end of the night was when the dancing began at the cue of sparklers, another Diner en Blanc tradition.

The nearly 30-year-old event continues through the summer. For more information on past events and future locations, visit www.dinerenblanc.com.

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