As a Washington, DC wedding photographers, it’s safe to say we have photographed our share of wedding venues in Washington DC in this incredible city. Remember Brittany + Dave’s Dupont Circle engagement session in DC last year? Well, we do and we have been anxiously waiting for their wedding ever since! Brittany’s friend and Dave worked together in Baltimore while Brittany was attending Law School in DC.
Your wedding day has been planned down to the letter, but once your day comes, it will go by in a blink of an eye. The last thing you want to happen is for certain photographic moments to go unnoticed and not captured.
Your wedding day is going to full of big moments, but don’t forget about the beauty of the small details that happen throughout your big day.
The Wharf Intercontinental Hotel is so gorgeous that you do not need to step foot outside of it to get a variety of wonderful backgrounds, no wonder it is considered one of the best Washington DC wedding location(we actually have a guide here that you might want to check out). Our day started with a first and we adore how happy, calm and elegant their vibe was for the entire day.
Unless you want your wedding photos to capture just a segment of your wedding day, you’d want to have a wedding timeline handy for your wedding photographer.
Deciding whether or not a First Look is right for you and your boo can be such a tough choice. So many couples, in our experience, opt-out of doing a First Look without truly understanding what it fully entails.
During the cooler months, there’s a unique charm in the air, ideal for orchestrating your ideal wedding and transforming brisk days into a backdrop for your special day.
As wedding photographers with a good deal of experience under our belt, we have learned quite a bit about how to have a smooth wedding from start to finish. Sometimes it’s all about avoiding certain mistakes.
Today we’ll teach you the correct way to WALK in front of the camera for the most flattering look. We love helping couples have positive experiences in front of the camera in order to get extraordinary photos you will cherish forever.