While small weddings or microweddings have gained popularity in the recent years, this should not affect the way a wedding day is captured for a bride and groom. Small weddings may not have everything a full day wedding couple usually goes for (i.e. invitation suite, bridal party, fancy decor, 8-10 hours of photo coverage), a microwedding can be captured just as magically with everything you may want to see in your wedding album!
Engagement sessions can seem intimidating since these are some of your first professional portraits together as a couple. However, the best way to get comfortable in front of the camera is to schedule an engagement session with your wedding day photographer! Not only does this give you a chance to get to know and connect with your photographer, but you also get to learn the core poses for your wedding day photography.
One of the biggest fears for a couple on a wedding day is bad weather, not a global pandemic. While many weddings planned for 2020 ended up being postponed, some couples still chose to tie the knot in the safest way possible.
Feast your eyes on this beautiful styled shoot from a wedding photography workshop I attended at Stone Tower Winery in the Summer of 2019. Stone Tower Winery is a GORGEOUS venue in Leesburg, Virginia for weddings, proposals, & anniversaries. With so many options outdoors around the rolling hills for photos and also the indoor space with all the natural light coming in through the windows, this may be the venue for your dream wedding!
I will always be grateful to some of my very first clients who trusted me to capture their photos. One of these special clients are Nadine and Jose. Nadine and I went to grad school together at Georgetown University and she was always the sweetest girl to have around! Always cheerful and wearing her beautiful smile.