I worked with Lindsey and Bryan for over a year on their amazing wedding at the Sunset Room. I can’t believe its already been a year since they wed at their family church in Maryland and celebrated with 200 family and friends in National Harbor. Photos by Manning Weddings.
This wedding was many “firsts” for me – my very first “interesting date” wedding (11/12/13), my first Tuesday wedding, my first legal wedding of two women, my first wedding on the Sequoia Yacht, my first wedding with a couple who lives in Florida, and my first wedding with less than 50 guests. For all these reasons it was memorable. But the reason it was most memorable was the pure joy not only between the couple but with every single guest who bundled up against the wind, the cold, and the rain, almost all of them traveling from out of state to attend this beautiful celebration. Michelle Lindsey captured amazing photos while battling the elements and working within a teeny tiny event space, Petal’s Edge provided beautiful and understated flowers, and Main Event served a wonderful meal.
I don’t even know how many years it has been – 4 or 5, depending on the leap years :-)
This is my hurricane couple (I say with great love). When we first met, Hurricane Irene was coming in, and a little over a year later, Hurricane Sandy hit the weekend of their wedding. Photos by the immensely talented Procopio Photography.
Kate and Andrew had such a great wedding at Woodend Mansion. It was such a gorgeous October day. Check out these super fun photos by Stephen Voss. Its been three years since I’ve seen Kate and Andrew, but I’ll be seeing them in just a few weeks at Kate’s best friend’s wedding, that I’ve had the utter pleasure to work on.
Almost all of their guests were from out of town, and so much of DC was shut down due to the sequestration. But that didn’t stop anyone at Anna and Bryce’s awesome wedding at the Hotel Monaco from having a great time. The night was capped off with a visit to the Red Hook Lobster Truck! Beautiful flowers by Connor Studios.