I shot the wedding of Charlotte and Ryan at The Hay-Adams in Washington, DC. This hotel offers one of the most unique views in the country as you are almost on top of the White House. Charlotte and Ryan never stopped smiling the entire day and this was both an elegant and joyful event.
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Simona and Emily shot the wedding of Kathleen and Daniel. They were married at Blessed Sacrament in Washington, D.C. and the reception was at the Key Bridge Marriott in Arlington. Nice work ladies.
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Caryn and Lee held their wedding at the Hotel Monaco in downtown Washington, D.C. This classic old hotel has some interesting modern touches which convey a hip feel to the facility. The couple participated in a Ketubah signing followed by a traditional wedding ceremony. A Ketubah signing ceremony is a tradition in the Jewish faith which is a contract between the bride and groom. It is an elegant and large piece of paper suitable for framing. Not an actual legal document, it is more of a promise to take care of each other. The reception was a joy-filled affair featuring one of my favorite wedding event, the Horah. The Horah is a dance that can be practiced in slightly different forms but it has two main ingredients; The married couple always end up in chairs held up over the heads of family and friends, and the crowd is always enthusiastic and fun.
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