A Stunning Shoot at the Washington DC National Cathedral

It has been a dream of mine to be published on the wedding blog OnceWed, and so when it finally happened last year I couldn’t have been more thrilled! You can check out the whole feature here: https://www.oncewed.com/featured/elegant-garden-inspired-indoor-wedding-ideas/

Having a beautiful setting like the National Cathedral is one of the perks of hosting an event at the National Cathedral school. It’s also a perk of living in Washington, DC and being a wedding photographers we get to enjoy all these views. The buildings on the campus are stunning in their ne0-Gothic style, but also their grounds are spectacularly maintained. As the sun set over the limestone buildings, the colors of the atmosphere turned to beautiful shades of pink and blue. This is really one of the best wedding venues we have in DC, what a place to have your wedding ceremony!

Wedding Planner: Bright Occasions, Margo Fischer | Photography: Bonnie Sen Photography | Venue: National Cathedral School, Danielle Capecchi | Invitation Suite: The Dandelion Patch, Heidi Kallett | Wedding Cakes: Catherine George Cakes | Florals: Petals by the Shore, Kelly Shore |  Wedding Gift: Marigold & Grey, Jamie Kutchman | Hair & Make-Up: Amie Decker Beauty | Artist: Brittany Branson | Draping: Drape Kings, Meredith and Marybeth | Rentals: Select Event Group | Vintage Furniture: Something Vintage | Wedding Dress: Pas de Deux Bridal | Rings: Susie Saltzmen  | Groom’s Suit: Alton Lane | Models: Anastasiia Putkova + Sepehr Hajireza

A Lovely Bridal Session

Chelsey-Roy-64_WEBChelsey-Roy-1_WEBChelsey-Roy-28_WEB  Chelsey-Roy-72_WEBChelsey-Roy-75_WEBChelsey-Roy-94_WEBChelsey-Roy-98_WEBChelsey-Roy-121_WEBChelsey-Roy-123_WEBChelsey-Roy-147_WEBThis lovely couple is getting married in China, but wanted to do a bridal session here in Maryland, where they live. We met at Glenview Mansion in Rockville, Maryland but a thunderstorm rolled in right as we were about to start. Fortunately we took shelter in the Mansion and were able to wait out the storm, and ended up with some lovely portraits!