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January and February Engagements | Lindsay and Stephen + Daniela and Paul | Historic Downtown Engagement Sessions

Mar 6, 2020

Happy March to everyone. Can you believe it? MARCH! Though we were blessed with a mild winter, I still want nothing more to taste Spring weather and know it is here for good. We’ve been spoiled lately with sunny skies and warmer weather as of late, and I hope this trend continues as we march (see what I did there) towards Cherry Blossom season.

However, I did manage to have two engagement sessions on the two rather colder and blustery days in January and February. We made it (I always say that!) and loved how these photos turned out. Here is just a sampling 😉

L + S met up with me in Old Town Alexandria for their engagement session. Besides Prince Street, I am not too familiar with Old Town. I only photographed there once and that was for a handful of groom portraits outside before we headed to the church. For L + S’s session, we stayed around the iconic Wilkes Street Tunnel and I loved how those silhouette shots turned out! These are my favorite images of the session and of the year so far.


D + M wanted a downtown feel as well for their engagement session, so met up in the Historic Downtown Leesburg. We kept close to King Street and walked around from there. Lighting in downtown around sunset Leesburg isn’t too bad! What I enjoyed the most from this session was seeing the groom’s big smile when he looked at D.


Here are the photos from both of these sessions, loved how they turned out and love these sweet people.

– Stefanie

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