Lauren and Ryan’s Wedding | Washington D.C. Wedding Photographer

Two weeks ago my good friend Lauren and former cheerleading buddy became Mrs. Ryan Kulp at the Riverview Country Club in Easton, PA, and I was so happy I could be there! The entire day was beautiful–everything from Lauren’s dress, to the venue, to the incredible weather!  It was so great to see old friends from high school and catch up on everyone’s grownup lives! Enjoy the photos I took in between catching up and dancing!

Note: You can check out Lauren’s wedding photographer, Matthew Churetta’s blog by clicking here. He should be posting some photos soon!

The country club made for the perfect backdrop, and we couldn’t have asked for better weather!

Sweet memories…

The reception was beautiful and so uniquely “Lauren” with all the hints of pink and gorgeous orchids. The flower arrangements were amazing!

These were a huge hit and I was so thankful for them when it was time to start dancing!

Loved these introductions!

The grand entrance! I loved Lauren’s gorgeous dress!

So sweet!

And then a little twist on tradition!

And the night finished off with dancing and fireworks!

Haha, and this is why I belong behind the camera and not in front of it!

The fireworks were amazing!!! And to top it all off they were played to Katy Perry’s song! Loved them! What a great way to end the night!

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Fourth of July Weekend! | Washington D.C. Travel Photographer

Happy Fourth of July everyone! I hope you all had a great weekend and stayed cool in this exhausting heat! This was my first year celebrating the Fourth of July in D.C. Last year I was off vacationing in Italy (I know, I know, not very patriotic of me). I decided to make the most of the experience by checking out the most popular (and crowded) fireworks show in the nation! Armed with some snacks, my camelback, camera, and tripod, I ventured downtown on the metro and made my way to an amazing view right in front of the Washington National Monument. The fireworks were awesome and it was well worth putting up with the heat and crowds; not to mention the two hour trek home. Anyway, below are a few of my favorite shots. It was my first time experimenting with photographing fireworks and I think it went pretty well! I got some great tips from Joe McNally’s blog post, you can check it out by clicking here!

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