Georgetown Waterfront wedding photography at Sequoia | Cheri + Scott
I LOVE working with my clients again and again! I did a super-fun portrait session with Cheri my first year shooting professionally. Our early portrait session together led to some awesome dating profile photos, which eventually led to Scott! I had so much fun documenting the two of them together during Cherry Blossom festival this spring, but their wedding took the cake! Strap in, because this charming Georgetown wedding day is sure to knock you off your feet -- it sure did for me!
Cheri and her best friend and mom got ready at the Georgetown Inn, and when I arrived and got a look at her details, I fell in love! Cheri is a huge fan of pink, and her details so reflected that! How great is that pink jewelry (a gift!), pink veil and sash, and pink sparkly dress?!
Once Cheri was glammed up and dressed, we headed a block over to the Old Stone House, where Scott was patiently waiting for a first look at his bride. We had the whole gardens to ourselves for portraits, which was some sort of miracle -- it must've been kismet!
Scott's details were some of my favorite groom's details ever -- he looks so dashing and put-together! I just cannot get over the absolutely stunning florals put together for these two by Philippa Tarrant Floral Design. Gorgeous!
The ceremony was outside on the patio at Sequoia -- so charming! -- but we got right to business because a summer storm squall was headed our way, and fast. So the officiant kept things short and sweet!
Luckily, things cleared up again right away, so after the first dance we snuck back out to the waterfront for a few more "just-married-glow" snaps. This one's my favorite!
Thanks to the amazing team that made this beautiful day happen:
Getting ready venue: Georgetown Inn | Ceremony, reception, & catering: Sequoia | Photography: Aimee Custis Photography (Second shooter: Chris Langford) | Hair & Makeup: Perry Campbell | Dress alterations: Barbara Witzman | Florist: Philippa Tarrant Floral Design | Cake: Fluffy Thoughts | DJ: Jeremy Scarborough of Kirkabee DeeJays