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Stephanie & Colin | Green Spring Gardens | Alexandria, VA

Stephanie and Colin are the bomb.  We came to Green Spring Gardens in Alexandria because the National Cherry Blossom people had promised (on their website) that it was a great alternative to visiting the Tidal Basin for cherry blossom viewing.  I felt like such a dope when we showed up because they had maybe three cherry blossom trees in the parking lot and another tree that we possibly identified as cherry blossom but weren't sure. None of this bothered these two awesome kids at all.  We just hit up the magnolias (dogwoods?) and kept on trucking.  Hey guys! Alexandria portrait photographer We were celebrating Stephanie's birthday at this portrait session, and went with a theme: picnic in France.  Really, I based this off of the outrageously stylish suits Colin is fond of wearing.  The bowtie thing is not uncommon.  Stephanie can always rock the hipster grandma look, and so we were totally set.  They looked positively dashing. black and white of stephanie and colin plant in a greenhouse cute couple in a greenhouse bowtie couple with dogwoods couple with dogwood trees at green spring gardens smiling with a trellis in alexandria, va couple under a trellis at green spring gardens laughing in a trellis picnic at green spring gardens sweet couple at green spring gardens lemonade and dashing man This was our other mega-cheese shot. 'Hey Mom & Dad, look how much housing prices have dropped - we got this mansion for a steal!'  I think they should send out announcements. couple in front of a house in alexandria kissing forehead in alexandria, va kale and a couple in alexandria, va couple by a big window Finally, I had to get some adorable shots in front of this adorable garden shed.  How sweet are these two?  Happy birthday Stephanie! couple in front of a garden jumping couple in alexandria, va

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Eric SpiegelApril 21, 2011 - 8:00 pm

These are really fantastic. It looks like you made the most of the setting! My favorite shot is the diptych with the trellis.

RickyApril 28, 2011 - 4:13 pm

Excellent blog and amazing pictures Amber, I love your site!

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