I am and will always be a total sucker for intimate weddings. They may not have a million details, they may not be “blog-worthy” (psssh maybe to other blogs), but to me, they are THE BEST, because they seem to exude the most emotion. I can literally feel the love, the laughter, the tears of happiness through these images you guys. Don’t tell me I’m the only one.
It’s Monday. Which is never a fun thing, so let Kevin & Jason’s love story, amazing intimate wedding, and really cool/fun looking group of friends help get you kickstarted this week.
Let’s start the week with love … and go!
It all began nearly eleven years ago over Sunday brunch sitting on a sidewalk patio in Logan Circle here in Washington, D.C. We shared the first of many meals together. In the decade following that first date, our bond grew and strengthened over a love of good food, wine, art museums, travel, friends and family. Since then, we’ve made DC home. It’s where we met, it’s where we live, it’s where we work.From our home in Washington, D.C., we have taken off together to explore three dozen countries spanning six continents around the globe.
Through five job changes for Kevin and six job changes for Jason, everyone began to wonder if we’d ever put a ring on it. On October 29, 2016, it finally happened as Kevin popped the question to Jason in the Monet room at the National Gallery of Art here in Washington, D.C. on a beautiful Sunday. And that brings us to this April when we will tie the knot surrounded by family and friends in front of a classic D.C. monument.
Reception Venue: Joselito Casa de Comidas |Photographer: Chris Ferenzi Photography | Ceremony: Jefferson Memorial Lawn | Submitted via Two Bright Lights