Washington DC Wedding

Washington DC Wedding

Washington DC Wedding

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Amber & Kip had a wedding day jam packed with fun for everyone involved. Erin and I covered them both getting ready separately, Amber and the girls were at home with more food than they knew what to do with, and Kip and the guys were at the Arts Club of Washington with more drinks than they knew what to do with. We did a first look at the Arts Club, then hopped in a limo with the entire bridal party to hang out in DC and take photos for a few hours. We spent most of our time at the Jefferson Memorial but also took a few shots at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel. With most of our bridal portraits finished, we arrived early to capture details at Western Presbyterian Church, a beautiful and historic church in Foggy Bottom. After the ceremony Kip & Amber gave us a few minutes to make use of the gorgeous stained glass window in the back of the church. Every detail of the reception was planned out, from the signature drink, to the food choices, to the cigar bar. The Arts Club is the former home of president James Monroe and also¬†served as the Presidential Residence¬†while the White House was being rebuilt after the British burned it. It’s a classy joint and the guests enjoyed a beautiful night outside with dinner and dancing in the heart of Washington DC. These guys and all their friends know how to have fun, and Erin and I couldn’t help but enjoy our day with them all.