Tag Archives: intimate
Kelly and Adam rang me juuuuust as I was about to close my DC books forever, and gave me one last great shot at the National Gallery. I've been shooting portraits in there for years, so it was nice to photo my last intimate wedding-ish there. We ran by some old favorites, played with some stuff in new locations and then jumped outside for some quickie fall-foliage action. Kelly and Adam: This piece was downstairs before renovation, in some crappy light. Now they've got it next to the giant windows in the back. Score! Probably my most requested photo. Who knows if I will ever make it again? *tear* I loved Kelly's swank cream coat so we rocked some fashion-modelly stuff with the reflecty sculpture. Congratulations, you guys!
Greta and Steve got married at the Tabard Inn, in a short, intimate ceremony officiated by a good friend. Amidst good food and a boatload of doughnuts, they invited their guests not just to chat and catch up, but to play a whole mess of board games - one of the best reception ideas I've ever seen! Clearly the best way to start a marriage off right and ensure everlasting love is to buy every board game you could possibly want (I'm pretty jealous, actually). Greta and Steve: We met at the nearby Meridian Hill Park for portraits, narrowly avoiding a few massive tulle-and-sequin blinged-out wedding parties. Then we popped back over to the Tabard Inn so these two could get official. Most of the parents getting cozy during cocktail hour. Obligatory goofy photo of my friend Sai, who had to give a toast and everything at this wedding. Congratulations, guys! Greta and Steve's vendor team: Ceremony, reception venue and catering: Tabard Inn Hair: David Rios Salon Greta's beautiful dress: BHLDN Steve's dashing suit: Knot Standard
Virginia and Jordan were married in a short and sweet ceremony at the lovely little Bon Air Park in Arlington, Virginia. They gathered up their nearest and dearest and the local rabbi to make things official and tied that knot, rose-garden style. Jordan was the first on the scene. Family assembled, it was go time at the trellis. It was a little chilly that morning, but you couldn't have asked for better sunlight. Congratulations, you guys!