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Do you guys remember the amazing story about how Nick & Gina met at 30,000 feet?? Speaking of airplanes, time really “flew” by since we shot their engagement session this summer!

Gina & Nick traveled all the way from Washington, D.C. to have their destination wedding in Lewes Beach, Delaware. It was an absolutely gorgeous day!



Delaware-Beach-Wedding-Photographers, Wedding Couple Walking Down Aisle After Beach Wedding

Creative-Wedding-Photographers-in-Delaware, Close-Up of  Wedding Flowers & Couple's Hands

Quirky-Delaware-Wedding-Photographers, Bride And Groom Holding Hands at Beach

Rehoboth-Beach-Wedding-Photographers, Wedding Party on Jolly TrolleyThe entire wedding party rode to the reception at Nassau Vineyards on the Jolly Trolley!

Delaware-Wedding-Photographer, Table Decorations at wedding reception

Nage-Rehoboth Wedding Catering FoodNage catered — ridiculously delicious, as always!

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Delaware-Wedding-Receptions, Groom dancing with mother

Nassau-Vineyard-Lewes-Delaware, Bride and groom kissing on crowded dance floorNick and Gina, thank you both so much for inviting us to party with you on your big day!! Congratulations on an amazing wedding and best wishes on an equally amazing future together!



Washington, D.C. Wedding Photographers: Tim & Kelly’s Engagement at the Museum of Natural History

Tim + Kelly

We know Mr. Mannino through his work in web and design. Tim is a co-founder of Kettul, a company that develops some pretty sweet Drupal-based websites for designers who don’t understand the geeky end of web — an awesome setup when you’re more art than computer!

Anyhow, Tim contacted us even before he proposed to his beautiful bride-to-be! Kelly hails out of England, and is a geek for all things geology. We totally think she rocks! (Sorry for the bad pun). Tim was visiting Kelly in the UK, and as they toured the Natural History Museum in London, he popped the question in front of the statue of Charles Darwin, one of Kelly’s all-time favorite scientists. You can tell these two are smart and love their craft!

Now that they’re living full-time in the United States, it only made sense to shoot their engagement in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.

The first shot of the day. I almost wanted to end here, since this is so hard to top 🙂


We had quite a battle with the weekend crowd in D.C. You can see a lot of motion around these guys as the masses toured the Ancient Seas.


Cuddling up and admiring the architecture.


What a beautiful building. (And couple!)


It took some precision with timing and angles, but these shots make it look like they had the building to themselves 🙂


After the museum, Tim & Kelly took us on a stroll to a beautiful garden area at the end of the Mall.


So sweet. When you’re around these two, it’s very obvious they are über in-tune with each other. These lovebirds first met when they were teens, and Tim told his family he was going to marry her. Years later, they were able to get back in touch & their chemistry crossed oceans to bring Tim’s prediction to fruition. Somebody is a bit clairvoyant!

Thanks so much for including us in your story, Tim & Kelly! Everyone keep an eye out for their wedding in Boston, Massachusetts!