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.
Josh and Janelle celebrated their day surrounded by their friends and family. They were cheered on by strangers and hugged by loved ones.
Their day was everything a wedding should be and more.
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.