A Spectacular list of A-List Vendors!! Venue: Historic Cavalier Hotel & Beach Club (Cavalier Resort Weddings)Venue Coordinator: Lori LewisPlanning: Emily WeddingsPhotography: Emily Gibby PhotographyVideography: Gibby VisualsFlorals: Isha Foss EventsLighting: Blue Steel LightingRentals: BJ Latavola Linen , Waterford Event Rentals, Curated EventsEntertainment: Excel EntertainmentMakeup: Kim Wadsworth of BridesMadeHair: Carly Kidd for BridesMadeTransportation: Orange Peel TransportationCeremony Music: […]
Even though the skIes were cloudy and the landscape was bare, Hailee and Justin’s Washington DC Temple winter wedding showcased bold pops of color! I loved the mix of teal and orange and gold that really brought the photos to life! I feel like it really complimented the white marble and gold spires of the temple!
Venue: Virginia Museum of Contemporary ArtsWedding Planner: The Happy Hour HostessCatering: Chef by Design Videography: Gibby VisualsGetting Ready Location: Marriott Virginia Beach OceanfrontPhotography Emily Gibby PhotographyFlorals: Fluttering FlowersMusic: Harbor String QuartetHair: Hair By Emily DamiMakeup: About Face MUARentals: Curated Event RentalsLimos: HCL TransportationTransportation: Williamsburg ChauffeurPhotobooth: Supurb SnapsBand/Entertainment: Hotcakes Band Ralph Samson Cameo
Julianna and Kurt’s Virginia Beach engagement session….where do I even start? Aren’t they such a stunning couple? They have been dating since she was 16 years old! How cute is that? When I got their inquiry, she told me that I had photographed her brother’s wedding and I got so excited! See her brother’s past […]
Every season at the Washington DC Temple brings new surprises! Andy and Julie’s “Black Friday” wedding, in November, boasted rich colored leaves that made for some pretty amazing photos!
I first met Diana and Rylan at her BROTHER’S WEDDING in August of 2017. Diana’s mother had an unfortunate fall during the beginning of family pictures and had to be rushed off to the hospital to get stitches on the bridge of her nose. We were all traumatized in the moment but after everything it formed a friendship that I am grateful for.
Heidi and Patrick were sealed in the Washington DC Temple on the most beautiful sunny day! I couldn’t believe how blue the sky was and how the perfectly placed clouds made it look like it was painted! The temple grounds were filled with exotic flowers and it was the perfect backdrop for such a sweet couple.
When Abby’s mother first reached out to me about photographing her daughter’s wedding we immediately had so many connections. I have known Abby’s grandparents for years and two of my past brides (Shelby and Kim) referred them to me. I loved seeing all the friendly faces at the Washington DC Temple and at the Chesapeake Noah’s Event Venue!
August weddings at the Washington DC Temple are usually scorching hot! For that reason, I met up with Tona and Doug for a hour before they needed to be at the temple for their sealing. That way it was cooler and the light was better. We were blessed with mid 70’s and a beautiful overcast sky. When there are clouds at the temple, the spires really “pop” and it creates the dreamiest light!
I spent a BEAUTIFUL spring day at the Washington DC Temple with Emily, Cristian and all of their closest family and friends. The temple was very busy on this day with weddings. We quickly did all of their family portraits near the front temple doors to allow extra time for Emily and Crisitian’s couple’s portraits. They will traveled one hour to Frederick, MD for their same day wedding reception. They had an intimate and small DIY reception at the The Tea Room at Gambrill State Park.
I was so excited for this wedding! Not only was it at my favorite place, The Washington D.C. Temple, but I’m so crazy about this fun couple! I knew when I met Kim and Stuart that they were my kind of people! They were so fun at their engagement session and I knew their wedding would be just as awesome as they are! They were sealed as husband and wife on a Wednesday. We had the entire temple grounds to ourselves.