Creative Washington D.C. Wedding Photographer | St. Thomas Parish | Dupont Circle | Epic Studios | April 30th, 2016
Let’s put it like this:
It was good. It was really good.
I love DC. A lot. (Like a creepy amount.)
Maybe it’s the history nerd in me that perfectly mixes with my love of cities… but there is just something about it.
I will never complain about the amount of awesome weddings I get to shoot in our nation’s capital.
I’ve shot weddings around the monuments and in parks; in amazing old houses and grand hotel ballrooms…
but my favorite DC wedding moments may officially be from this wedding.
A burned down church turned park. A parade through Dupont Circle. A gown sewn by the bride’s mom. Guests waving flags. A candle-lit dinner.
So many smiles. So many laughs. So many happy tears.
Just so, so much happy.
Bridal Gown | DIY by Bride’s Mother (Fabric from Mood)
Groom’s Attire | Ralph Lauren
Bride’s Getting Ready Location | St. Gregory Hotel
Wedding Planner | Piccadilly Creative | Hannah Marsh
Hair and Makeup | Jaqueline Garver (Bridesmaid)
Ceremony Venue | Park at St. Thomas Parish
Officiates | Chris & SJ Turner (Friends of the Bride)
Florals | DIY
Reception Venue | Epic Studios
Catering | Goldman Catering | Babz Goldman
Wedding Cakes | DIY
Ceremony + Reception Music | Couples’ Ipod + Robert Winship (Friend of the Couple)
Various Décor | DIY
Thank you to Heather Wynn for driving up to second shoot the day.