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 surrounded by his more than outspoken friends. She told her roommate on the way home that she was determined to become this guy’s friend because she wanted to know more about him and his mysterious ways. Well, it may have taken four years, but eventually, KC got her wish! They started hanging out in the same circle of friends and became especially close during their extra year at school while they both completed their Master’s in Accounting. They both landed in DC after graduating and after a bit of convincing, she finally asked him out!
Nearly four years after she got the courage to ask him out, Andrew got up the courage to ask her to be his wife. He proposed on a rooftop overlooking the city after she had a night out with her sister (don’t worry, her sister was in on it too — so much so that she wouldn’t even let her have dessert!). Even though it was a complete surprise, the real shock came after the proposal when both of their families came out of hiding to celebrate with these two! What a sweet way to have the most important people in their lives be part of such a special moment.
KC and I were connected by one of my past ALP brides, Darcy, who you may remember from her Willard Intercontinental wedding last December. When KC e-mailed me to ask if she and Andrew could bring their little white Vespa to their sunrise engagement session in Georgetown, I think I may have responded a little too eagerly! She and I already had such a great connection over e-mail and I was so excited to meet these two in person; getting this note was just the cherry on the sundae! We then even planned out their outfits together and I knew it was going to be a perfect session — I think you can tell by the photos below that it certainly didn’t disappoint! I had such a great time getting to know these two and cannot wait for their wedding next June. KC and Andrew will be married at the iconic St. Matthews Cathedral and then celebrate with their friends and family afterwards at the National Museum of Women in the Arts! If their e-session is any indication, it’s one you definitely won’t want to miss!
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