Category Archives: Engagements

Georgetown Vespa Engagement Session at Sunrise | KC & Andrew

KC and Andrew first met their sophomore year at William and Mary (another pair of college sweethearts like Rob and I!). KC was invited over to a soccer team party by one of Andrew’s teammates and she couldn’t help be intrigued by the one boy at the party who barely spoke a word after being Continue Reading

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Stone Tower Winery Engagement Session | Meredith & Sean

When I first starting chatting with Meredith about possible location ideas for her and Sean’s engagement shoot, she casually mentioned that Sean had proposed at Stone Tower Winery and that was a place they were considering. I immediately encouraged her to take advantage of their beautiful property; after having previously photographed a few Stone Tower Continue Reading

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Romantic Georgetown Engagement Session at Sunrise | Sarah & Jack

Sarah and Jack’s sunrise engagement session in Georgetown combined a few of my favorite things: Washington, DC at sunrise, a beautiful Rent the Runway Dress, and an incredibly sweet JMU couple (because if you haven’t been following the blog for a while, my husband and I are a JMU couple ourselves!) — so even from Continue Reading

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Old Town Alexandria Sunset Engagement | Megan & Anthony

Anthony and Megan were raised in opposite areas of Virginia but were brought together in the wonderful city of Washington, DC. Megan was in the sales with the Wizards at the time and after Anthony wrapped up his internship, he moved to the same department. The team had to work various events throughout the year Continue Reading

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Fall Sunrise Engagement Session in Washington, DC | Colleen & Ted

The weather the month has been crazy, to say the least. It’s been unseasonably cool for September (which I am certainly not complaining about — bring on fall as soon as possible, please!) and we’ve been experiencing some devastating hurricanes across the country. Thankfully the Washington, DC area has been spared the worst, but it’s Continue Reading

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