Images by Drew
Francine and Santiago had an incredible wedding ceremony at sunset on the bluffs of Muir Beach Overlook, high above the deep blue Pacific ocean. The setting was really incredible and allowed the opportunity to do some fun panoramic perspectives. Here are a few images. (more…)
We are currently being featured on the United With Love blog – a great resource for all things weddings in the DC, Northern Virginia and Maryland region. You can check out the blog post here.
Ben and Meghan had a beautiful late summer wedding in the mountains of West Virginia. The Elk River Inn is situated in a gorgeous stretch of Appalachia: rolling hills and dense hardwood forests surrounded by ancient mountains and interspersed with small rivers and creeks flowing over exposed sandstone rock. In the shadows of Snowshoe Mountain (4,711 ft) cell phone service was non-existent – and we were all the better for it – with plenty of outdoor adventuring to be had!
At the beginning of the reception Ben, Meghan and their guests observed an Appalachian tradition known as “Bury the Bourbon”. About a month before the wedding, they buried a bottle of Pappy Van Winkle bourbon on site at the Elk River Inn. At the start of the reception, they dug up the bottle, opened it and shared the bourbon with all of their guests (see images below). Now, that’s a tradition we can get behind! Here are a selection of images from their wedding story: (more…)
Photos by Drew
The Chesapeake Bay watershed covers 64,000 square miles and offers a robust 11,500 miles of coastline. It’s also the largest estuary in the United States. For their wedding, Cyrus and Tara found a wonderful stretch of that coastline in southern Maryland near the town of Hollywood. Their wedding was set amidst lush gardens, horse stables, and rolling hills on a small peninsula at Greenwell State Park – where the Patuxent River meets the Chesapeake Bay. We had a great time photographing and here are a collection of images from their story: (more…)
It was Labor Day weekend. Think: Chinese Dragons, bicycle taxis, croquet, badminton, cocktails, dancing, frisbee, and a spectacular outdoor ceremony at the stately Dumbarton House in NW Washington, DC. This was Verinda and David’s wedding celebration. We had a great time documenting all the festivities and here are a few images from their story. (more…)
Eco and Elsie is a really wonderful (and important!) blog all about eco-friendly weddings. Jennifer, the site’s author, has compiled a wealth of great content, imagery, information and commentary about environmentally conscious weddings. They are currently featuring Tara and Brian’s Leesburg, Virginia wedding photographed by His And Her Photography. Check out Eco and Elsie here. Also, view more images from Tara and Brian’s wedding here. (more…)
We are proud to announce that Drew and His And Her Photography have been selected for membership in the prestigious International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers (ISPWP).
According to the ISPWP website:
“The International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers is a rarity (more…)
Tara and Brian’s wedding is being featured on the ‘real green weddings’ section of the Green Bride Guide. The guide is a great website that is dedicated to promoting eco-friendly weddings. If you haven’t perused their website it’s well worth the adventure – the Green Bride Guide provides access to a wealth of information for the environmentally minded couple.
To read more about how Tara and Brian’s wedding was planned to be eco-friendly – see this post.
A special thanks to Amanda at the Green Bride Guide for publishing the post!
Julia and Chris had an international celebration on the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay. The Combsberry Inn is a gorgeous 18th century estate and it was an ideal location for a summer wedding. Here are a few images from their story: (more…)
Tara and Brian had a Spring wedding in Leesburg, Virginia at a beautiful farm set amidst rolling hills of deciduous forests and wide, open pastures. It was important to Tara and Brian to try and minimize the environmental impact of their celebration – and so many of their vendors and décor reflected that aesthetic. The farm (more…)