Washington DC Engagement Photos | Jane and Greg

Washington DC Engagement Photos

Sunset. A Florida beach. You’re taking in the view with your sweetheart, when suddenly you see words in the sand. You realize they form a question…and then he’s down on one knee, his hand offering a stunning ring… Such a beautiful proposal! And it really happened Easter weekend 2016, when Greg asked Jane to be his wife! The two celebrated with champagne and family afterwards. And I for one can’t imagine a lovelier way to begin a new chapter.
Working with these two during our recent engagement session was a delight, especially because they surprised me by bringing their Shih Tzu/Yorkie mix Ace along for the fun! Ace was Greg’s pup before he met Jane, who clearly fell in love with both of these guys. Any jealousy Ace may have felt at first is almost gone! We all shared a lovely walk-and-talk around Meridian Hill Park and Georgetown in DC. Greg and Jane are both so smart and ambitious, with a true passion for seeking out new life experiences. I laughed hard when they mentioned they are ‘coffee snobs’…so of course we had to end the session in a very pretty coffee shop in Georgetown!
Greg told me that he knew he wanted to marry Jane by their first date. And it was crystal clear from the short time we spent together how well-suited they are. I can tell they each burn brightly as adventurous, hard-working individuals. I wish them all the best life has to offer, with a lot of good coffee and wine to boot!Engagement photos at the Meridian Hill ParkEngagement photos at the Meridian Hill ParkEngagement photos at the Meridian Hill ParkEngagement photos at the Meridian Hill ParkWashington DC Engagement PhotosDC wedding photographyWashington DC Engagement PhotosDC wedding photographyDC wedding photographyEngagement photos in GeorgetownWashington DC Engagement PhotosEngagement photos in GeorgetownEngagement photos in GeorgetownDC wedding photographyWashington DC Engagement PhotosEngagement photos in Georgetown



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