Antrim is one of those places you can shoot at a million times and still find new exciting spots to photograph. This wedding was no different. YaoYao and Richard had a beautiful wedding complete with so many DIY details. YaoYao actually made the tablescapes! My favorite part of the day was watching these two interact. They are light hearted, silly and completely in their own world. Without further ado, here is their wedding!
Linda and Eddie love the Hotel Monaco in Baltimore. I don’t blame them. The Monaco opened in 1906 and has some beautiful architecture. The first time I walked in to the amazing lobby, I fell in love with the marble staircases and crystal chandeliers. Linda and Eddie were going to get ready at the Hotel Monaco when their wedding was being held in Baltimore. Now that there wedding is in Texas, we met at the Hotel Monaco for their engagement session!
Jessica, Jonathan, and four legged Zoey met us at one of their favorite parks in DC. It’s a hidden gem tucked away in Woodley Park. Afterwards, we headed for the Howard Taft Bridge and the Marilyn Monroe mural. We really enjoyed getting to know these two and we can’t wait for their wedding!
Back in the Big Apple! This was our second Manhattan session this month and I am slowly eating my way through this amazing city.We shot Meghan and Stewart in Central Park and then on the High Line. These two are super easy going and just all smiles. We had a great time with you two and we can’t wait for your upcoming Newseum wedding this winter!
We are honored to announce that one of Cicely’s engagement images from this past year was selected as one of the top 50 engagement photographs of 2014 by Junebug Weddings! Junebug Weddings reviewed nearly 5,000 images from 426 countries and we were chosen to be one of their select 50 “Best of the Best”! Check out the entire inspiring collection on their blog.