Category Archives: Bridal Business

Planning For Rain | Bridal Business

Rain: every bride’s biggest fear when it comes to wedding planning. And, no matter how many times you hear, “…but it’s good luck!,” you still don’t feel any better about the possibility. So let’s just be honest, as a former bride myself, rain sucks! BUT it will only ruin your day if you let it! In the end, Continue Reading

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Engagement Session Makeup Tips | Bridal Business

As a Washington, DC wedding photographer, the number one thing I get asked about after a client is fully booked for their wedding day is advice on what to wear for your engagement session — which, to be totally honestly, I love chatting about fashion! Recently, however, I have found that I am also getting quite a few questions Continue Reading

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Getaway Car Ideas | Bridal Business

Having a getaway from your ceremony or reception always seems like such a romantic gesture; the two of you have just pledged your hearts to one another and are whisked away! There are so many different options when it comes to how you’ll ride off into the sunset together — from the traditional to the unique, Continue Reading

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Discovering Beauty Year Round | Bridal Business

Fall is, without a doubt, the most active season for a wedding photographer in the Washington, DC area. Our weekends book over a year in advance as we are often shooting wedding after wedding and even find ourselves with many double headers! Additionally, clients enjoy having their engagement session scheduled this time of year due to the beautiful Continue Reading

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Transportation During a City Wedding | Bridal Business

I think if you’ve ever visited my blog or website, it’s pretty clear that Washington, DC is one of my favorite places to shoot — from the historic architecture and monuments to the gorgeous parks, it’s a wedding photographer’s paradise! I’ll be the first to admit, however, that it’s not always the easiest place to shoot; Continue Reading

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