Photos (from left to right): Krista A. Jones Photography
Can you guess where these two lovebirds got engaged? During an afternoon hike at Scott’s Run Nature Preserve overlooking the Potomac River. “Brian kept getting ahead of me on the trail until he decided to take a break atop an oversized rock,” Caitlin said. “I was hesitant at first to climb (more like crawl) to get to it, but he was adamant.” It was no surprise that their engagement session took place near the water too. “Fun fact: The Chesapeake Maritime Museum is right next door to the Inn at Perry Cabin where The Wedding Crashers was filmed,” she said. View more photos here.
Photo: Black & Hue Photography
Can you guess where these two lovebirds got engaged? Amongst a sea of Christmas trees with the help of a typography poster printed with Avett Brothers lyrics. “I have always known that I wanted to take engagement photos where I grew up at my family’s farm in Juniper,” Rebecca said. “We wanted to incorporate several different outfits and liked the idea of using rich colors that would look nice in an outdoor area in the fall.” Notice the glowing sunset? View more photos here.
Photos (from left to right): One Summer Day
Can you guess where these two lovebirds got engaged? On the couch at home with the help of their two pups! Since Ekaterina and Baris live in two different parts of the country — California and New York City — they decided to re-visit one of their old stomping grounds for an engagement session. “We picked the National Cathedral because it had a beautiful garden, Evergreen trees, and great architecture,” Ekaterina said. It might have been 50 degrees outside, but that didn’t keep them from cozying up for a picnic, complete with wine, music, and board games. View more photos here.
Photo: Leah Marie Photography
Can you guess where these two lovebirds got engaged? On a hot air balloon! It only made sense that Floriza and Reycie incorporated an “up, up and away” theme into their engagement session. “We wanted to reenact a fun, picnic scene in a secluded park,” she said. White netting hung from an oak tree to create a canopy; inside, were decorative pillows, blankets, and books, and outside, were fresh strawberries, cheese and crackers, chocolate cupcakes, and a bottle of raspberry champagne. Let’s not forget the bicycle too! View more photos here.