Category Archives: Weddings

Oatlands, Leesburg, VA | Provencal French Wedding

It’s no secret that I absolutely love styled shoots and the most recent one that was photographed at Oatlands Historic House and Gardens in Leesburg, VA was certainly no exception! Being a Washington, DC wedding photographer, I don’t get to photograph in that area as frequently as I’d like, but after this shoot I know Continue Reading

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Dominion Valley Haymarket Wedding | Gaby & Tino

Gaby and Tino’s gorgeous blush and cream wedding was held at the classic Regency Country Club within Dominion Valley in Haymarket, VA this past weekend. As over 160 family members and friends from all over the country gathered together to celebrate these two, their day never felt anything but intimate. See, unlike many weddings, this one Continue Reading

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Arena Stage Washington, DC Wedding | Allison & Joe

To be entirely honest, I wasn’t sure what I wanted to write this blog post about after Allison and Joe’s amazing wedding this past weekend at St. Dominic Church and Arena Stage in downtown Washington, DC. See, it wasn’t that I didn’t have something to write about — the exact opposite, actually — I had Continue Reading

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Fredericksburg, VA Wedding | Katy & Mike

I first met Katy almost a year to the day before her wedding, as a bridesmaid in Ainsley & Neil’s Virginia estate wedding. We chatted during the reception about her recent engagement and she introduced me to her fiance, Mike. They were still in the early phases of planning, before they even decided on an Continue Reading

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Top of The Town Arlington, VA Wedding | Aimee & Tyler

Aimee and Tyler were married in a beautiful March wedding at Top of the Town in Arlington, VA overlooking the lights of Washington, DC. She had a stunning vision with gorgeous, long reception tables that were dressed in shades of blush and completely drenched in soft, spring flowers. Each centerpiece was unique, making your eyes dance down the line Continue Reading

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