Betsy and Hunter:
Alison and Chris:
So thrilled and honored to have three weddings featured (with Ritzy Bee Events
and Holly Chapple
) in the new Southern Living Weddings book that hits newsstands this week! Jessica and Eric:
Very excited to see another favorite couple, Brenda and Scott, on the back page. Be sure to check out the rest of the weddings and lots more pretty photos in this special issue of Southern Living!
Lauren and Josh's fabulous wedding had an urban elegance meets industrial autumn kind of vibe. Making it extra memorable, they got married amidst the big Daily Show/Rally to Restore Sanity. We didn't let a little chaos get in the way of an amazing day. Their day came together with my studio-mates at Ritzy Bee Events
and Simplesong Design
. Here are a few of my favorite photographs and to see more check out their feature on Martha Stewart Weddings online
a few details...
ceremony: Synagogue on I Street
reception: The Long View Gallery
event design: Ritzy Bee Events
paper goods: Simplesong Design
flowers: Sidra Forman
catering: Design Cuisine
Be sure to check out their 8mm film to see it all in moving pictures.
I'm so thrilled to have two recent weddings featured on Martha Stewart Weddings online. See Josh and Lauren's DC rustic autumn wedding here
And check out Alison and Chris' Georgetown collegiate themed wedding here
. Both weddings were designed by the talented Ritzy Bee Events
Congratulations to Meagan and Thomas, whose fabulous wedding took place steps from the White House at the Decatur House in Washington, DC. Meagan is an account executive at RSVP Catering
and chose the Decatur House because of its history. It was built in 1818 as a home to be "fit for entertaining"...and has been host to many grand parties and events over its years as a neighbor to the President.
I'm so thrilled to have Meagan and Thomas' wedding featured in the Spring 2011 issue of Brides Washington and to share a few of my favorite images from this sophisticated wedding that I had the pleasure of photographing last July.
Meagan and Thomas incorporated this German tradition (Thomas' native country) of cutting a heart in a sheet and then he carried Meagan through:
Congrats again Meagan and Thomas!
I loved the work of Volanni
, whose modern arrangements complimented the historic setting: