One of the most fascinating dating websites that we know of is Tinder. Swipe til you find someone who peaks your interest and if you’re lucky, you just might find a match! Now, if you’re really lucky you just might end up engaged!
Carrie and Joe often joke about failing Tinder by actually seriously dating each other. But come on, with both of them being fun, easy-going and also easy on the eyes, how could this dynamic duo not work? They have lived in DC for the past 3.5 years and wanted their engagement session to show off the creative city that they fell in love in. So we visited some of the city’s most colorful locations, The Blind Whino and Union Market. After maneuvering our way through trendy instagrammers , we were able to give Carrie and Joe some fun activities to do together that made to be some pretty coolcandid photos. They mentioned at their consultation that they prefer natural images of them having fun and enjoying each other so we made it extremely easy for them. Afterwards, it was so hard saying goodbye so we went out for drinks instead.
We walked to Cotton &Reed and had some amazing rum cocktails while sharing interesting stories of each other.
Good Times :)
Artistic Elegance and City Chic. Monique and Aaron’s Engagement Session exemplifies everything that they asked for in their photography.
This one is for Music Lovers.
For a couple in love with the Beach.
Two personal trainers decide to do their Engagement Session doing something they both love the most.
Passionate, Heartfelt and Warm Engagement Session with Kira and David on an almost rainy day :)
Colorful and Creative…this couple nows all the right places to go to in DC
A Tailor Made Engagement Session in DC’s most scenic tropical location.
Sometimes where you had your furst date is the perfect location for your engagement session.
A surprise propproposal at the Gaylord. with my childhood friend.
This couple celebrated their Engagement with the very best of New York. Classic and Elegant in Central Park yet Stylish and Chic in Harlem. Black Bride published this story.