Ann and Chris’ Long Island Engagement photos are some of our favorites to date! With a beautiful blanket of freshly fallen snow as our backdrop we so very excited for the day.
On August 25 Irene and Ryan gathered with their family and friends for their Washington Street United Methodist Church wedding. Irene was dressed in a beautiful white and gold sari and Ryan wore a classic black suit. He, his brother, father and Irene’s father all wore bow ties made from the extra fabric from his mother’s dress.
Together this stunning couple were joined in marriage in front of their family and friends in a beautiful ceremony that blended the traditions of both Irene and Ryan’s families.
For the entire month of November, we’re throwing in a FREE engagement session when you book a wedding with us!
It’s the season of thanks giving and we are so thankful we get to work together doing what we love, which is capturing all of the joy and love on a wedding day for our fantastic couples!
We look forward to meeting so many more of you in 2019 & beyond, so give us a shout and Happy Early Thanksgiving! 🙂
This Memorial Day friends and family gathered in Wilmington, North Carolina to celebrate Julia and Chandler’s Saint Thomas Preservation Hall wedding and oh my what a beautiful wedding it was!
We were excited for the opportunity to work with this family again since photoing Chandler’s sister Ashley’s wedding in Asheville and their cousin Jessica’s wedding in Las Cruces, New Mexico. This fantastic family knows how to throw a party and we were eager for another opportunity to capture some of their magic on the dance floor!
This Science Museum of Virginia wedding was definitely one for the books. You know how everyone always says such wonderful things about the bride and groom on their wedding day? Well when it comes to Joanna and Jordan every wonderful thing said about them is true. Everything. Which is why we were so excited and honored to be invited to spend the day with them, capturing all of the joy and love that surrounded them on their special day!
We’ve been looking forward to their wedding for some time now. We’ve had the privilege of getting to know them as we’ve photoed Liz and Harry’s Alexandria wedding, Allison and Charlie’s Vermont wedding and Erica and Dan’s Boston wedding. We love this group of friends that they are part of and that we now feel a part of as well. So needless to say we were excited for everyone to gather again to celebrate their next set of friends getting married!
Susan and Zach’s Piedmont Club Wedding in Haymarket, Virginia was held on a beautiful summer day in early July.
An Arts Club of Washington wedding is the perfect way to celebrate your love for one another in a unique and creative way! With a beautiful outdoor courtyard and an art gallery that hosted all the dancing and celebration for the night, it was a really special space that seemed to perfectly suite Erin and Emil’s style.
Allison and Charlie’s Mountain Top Inn wedding in Chittenden, Vermont was one of those weddings right out of a movie. Set in the mountains of Central Vermont, we couldn’t have asked for a more perfect backdrop to their joy filled day.
Rachael and Joe’s Sixty State Place Wedding was absolutely beautiful! Set in an old bank that has been converted to an event space, this was such a unique location and perfectly suited the bride and groom.
They are both from the Albany area, with Joe being from the state’s capitol and Rachael growing up a little further north in Clifton Park. Their love for the area guided their choices on where to get married and they were excited to take advantage of it on their wedding day.
Virginia and Adam’s Camp Kinder Ring Wedding was right out of a movie! Set at a summer sleepaway camp in Upstate New York, it was the perfect fit for the bride and groom.
Lauren and Dan’s Long Beach Island engagement photos are some our absolute favorites! Who wouldn’t love spending a day at the shore photoing an adorable couple like these two?!
Lauren and Dan grew up spending their summers with their families on the Jersey shore. Lauren and her family vacationed on Long Beach Island and Dan and his family were on the next barrier island over. They went to the same high school but it wasn’t until after graduation that they realized that perhaps they were more than just school mates!