Washington DC Wedding Photography
Washington DC Wedding & Engagement Photography Tips
You need a permit to shoot at the Monuments. If you are planning on doing any wedding photography there you will need to book a permit through through the NPS site.
Always add time for travel. Traffic and parking in DC can be a pain. For your wedding day plan ahead. Add extra time to your timeline just in case.
If you want amazing wedding photos and are having your ceremony and reception in a different location. Plan at least 90 minutes for your Photography. This will give us time to travel and make sure that you get to your cocktail hour. For example: Ceremony ends at 5pm start your Cocktail Hour at 6:30pm.
There are more then just monuments and Cherry Blossoms in DC. Some of my favorite places to hit for DC Wedding & Engagement photography are the museums, local neighborhoods, union market, the airport, & the Metro station!
Rachel and Greg’s epic two day Washington DC Engagement Session!
A Washington DC Wedding with flair!
A stunning sunrise kicked off Maj & Carolissa’s after wedding photography session in Washington DC.
A wild dance party at the Key Bridge Marriott for Sarah & Sasha’s DC Wedding.
Washington DC Wedding Ceremony at the Cosmo’s Club.
Who says Washington DC is just monuments ! This DC engagement session hit all the hidden spots of DC!
An incredible sunrise session around Washington DC.
A quick Cherry Blossom session in Washington DC !
A Washington DC Engagement session for two book loving adventurers!
A classic Washington DC Wedding at Top of the Town on St. Patricks day. Photographed by Washington DC Photographer - Love and Adventure Photography
Washington DC Wedding Photography- Sunrise Engagement session at the Washington DC Monuments.
A beautiful outdoor wedding at Woodend Sanctuary.
Washington DC Wedding Photography- Modern Same-sex wedding at the Meridian House.
After a beautiful wedding in South Carolina Kecia & Alim met me in DC for an after wedding session!