This happy couple was married at a private residence in Marshall, VA.
This lovely couple got married at the Torpedo Factory Art Center on the Potomac Riverfront in historic Old Town Alexandria, VA.
The River View in Occoquan provided a beautiful back drop for this couple’s fall wedding.
The Common House in Charlottesville, VA, provided the “modern speakeasy vibes” this couple wanted for their intimate and laid back wedding.
This couple’s wedding combined their love for each other and their love for nature with an intimate outdoor wedding.
Frederick, Maryland, was the back drop for this lovely couple’s engagement pictures!
The beautiful gardens and landscape at the Atrium at Meadowlark provided a stunning backdrop for this couple’s wedding.
The River View at Occoquan was a beautiful setting for the wedding of these high school sweethearts.
Looking for a unique backdrop for your engagement pictures? With their interesting architecture and exhibits (dinosaur fossils!) the Smithsonian museums are great for engagement sessions!
Exactly one year after their small wedding with immediate family and their bridal party, Chelsea and Nick were able to have the celebration they had originally planned!
Like many couples during the pandemic, Chelsea and Nick had to change their plans and had a more intimate wedding at The Inn at Vint Hill.
The monuments in Washington, D.C. are a great backdrop for engagement and wedding pictures! Sunrise and sunset provide the best light at these historic locations and make for some great “wow” moments.
Glen Echo Park provides a fun and whimsical backdrop for engagement pictures.
A beautiful rustic wedding at 48 Fields in Leesburg, VA.
An intimate backyard wedding at the bride’s childhood home.
Nikki and Marshall’s wedding was held at the Succotash Prime restaurant located in Washington, DC.