Lisa and Greg had their wedding at Woodlawn Plantation, the house that George Washington gave his nephew and wife and that overlooks Mount Vernon and the Potomac River. The ceremony was held outside in the Underwood Garden. The weather, raining the day before, was perfect--warm and sunny with some fluffy clouds and a slight breeze. It was a beautiful wedding.
Again, Gary Ryan and I shot the wedding together and we both had a great time. Here are a few of my favorite photos so far:
A groomsman getting his boutonniere pinned on:
Lisa by the front door of Woodlaw. I love the classic feel of this shot.
The aforementioned slight breeze decided that it would pick up a bit during the lighting of the Unity Candle. Everyone had a good chuckle as Lisa and Greg struggled to get their candles and then the Unity Candle lit (including them, as you can see):
Here's a few of the formals. In the first one, you can just make out the Potomac River over Greg's shoulder (it's that little bit of dark blue at the horizon).
Lisa's mom helped her remove her veil and I got this shot as she walked to the reception:
When we first met with Lisa and Greg a couple months ago, Greg had but one request: Lisa, in wedding gown, on the hood of the Camaro. Lisa was a good sport about it and we had a lot of fun (as did the audience that gathered) as we shot a few frames. In this shot, I asked Greg to act super macho and smug, but as you can see, he was enjoying himself too much: