Best of Weddings 2015 & 2016 part two
Best of Weddings 2015 & 2016, part two (click here if you missed part one!)! My heart is still so overwhelmed by all of the amazing clients that I’ve had the privilege of photographing my nine (9!!!!!!!) years in business. These past two years of work are so precious to me— to have such trust and love from my clients in the midst of so much change in my own life (buying our first house, having our first child, etc) just meant the world. I truly believe that I have the best job in the world, and it’s all because of my clients.
When I meet someone new and they find out that I’m a wedding photographer, one of the first questions I get asked is, “What is the craziest thing that has ever happened to you on a wedding day?” or “Do you have a lot of bridezillas? I’m sure you have some stories!” And then I have to sit there, at a loss for words, because I honestly don’t have those stories. My clients are amazing. Absolutely amazing. The most thoughtful, generous, affirming collection of men and women I could ever wish for. And their wedding days are precious, and a joy.
To the couples who trusted me to capture your day— I can never say thank you often or loud enough. You are why I do what I do, and my heart is so very, very full.
And as I said in Wednesday’s post, none of these images would have been possible without these amazing vendor friends and their incredible work:
Venues: St Regis Washington, Four Seasons Washington, Meridian House, Mayflower Hotel, Dumbarton House, Carnegie Institute for Science, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Hay-Adams Hotel, St Francis Hall, Army Navy Country Club, Congressional Country Club, Old Ebbitt Grill.
Two years worth of wedding images won’t fit in just one blog post, so I’ve split it into two. Click here to see Wednesday’s post for the first half!
Hang on… this is a very, very long post…
BRIDE & GROOM