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Rebekah & Nathan | Old Town Alexandria intimate wedding | Virginia

Rebekah and Nathan have known each other for about 8 million years. And their dog is famous.


These two got hitched in a lawyer’s office in Old Town. It was short and sweet.


Then we hit the town, portrait-style.


A little bit of this…


…but mostly this.


The closest thing to “industrial” and “graffiti-covered” Old Town can muster for some weirdness. It’s a pretty place filled with beautiful old bricks and cobblestones – can’t complain!


Congratulations you guys!

Tanya & Tushar | Riverside on the Potomac Indian wedding | Leesburg, VA

Tanya and Tushar got all kinds of married out at Riverside on the Potomac. One ceremony couldn’t contain their massive amount of awesome, so they had two. This thing was boisterous, joyous and mad, mad fun. In addition, we had all the weathers and a crazy beautiful country setting with actual barn for partying. In short, it was really great. Tanya and Tushar:


(Preface: I am posting way, way, way too many photos. But there was so much going on! And everything was so colorful and pretty! And these two and their friends and families had so much fun! Forgive me. There was a lot to photograph.)

They started long before me, but I joined the fun the night before for their amazing Sangeet. So many of their friends and family participated in an outpouring of talent and love. They filled the Dulles Airport Marriott with purple and laughter.

Amber & Chris | Alexandria backyard wedding | Virginia

Amber and Chris were married in a very intimate ceremony in a family back yard in Alexandria. No muss, no fuss, just a whole lot of good times. And one very excited dog. Furthermore, we all survived the potential time-space collapse of having two Ambers at one small wedding.


Amber’s grandmother phoned in via iPad.


The canine friend was a little too excitable to take part in the ceremony, but he did fine for portraits.


Rocking the suburbs, as it were.


Congratulations, you guys!