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Belle of Ireland, part II

With fewer than 40 people at their wedding, I was surprised when I dumped my cards to the tune of over 2000 images. So it goes without saying that this “little wedding” was full of big moments. Herein continues the story of Leigh and Andrew.

A quiet moment upstairs, just married, before stepping outside to greet their guests.

Bancroft Hall is my favorite place for photos at the USNA.

Tecumseh Court, with the USNA Chapel in the background.  My favorite image from Leigh & Andrew’s day.

“Don’t Give Up The Ship”.

Let’s get this party started!  Nobody celebrates life like the Irish.

The bride’s sister was actually a professional photographer herself!  Such a pleasure meeting Casey Durgin, based out of New England.

This day was also Leigh & Andrew’s little guy’s first birthday!

 


I think I literally said “I’m going to eat you” before taking this picture.  Fresh seafood at O’Brien’s Oyster Bar & Restaurant just steps away from the waterfront…. yum.



Slainte!

XO

Ash

 

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Belle of Ireland, part I

Good things really do come in small packages. With about 30 of their closest friends and family, Leigh and Andrew — both pilots — tied the knot at the Annapolis Naval Academy, 1 year old in tow… and with tons of joyful surprises along the way.

 

Leigh wore her late mother’s wedding gown.  Her spirit was palpable by all that day.

Leigh and her guests stayed at Calvert House, part of The Historic Inns of Annapolis, in the center of downtown.

Leigh and Andrew were married in the glorious Naval Academy Chapel, one of my favorite places in the great state of Maryland.

One year old Declan was a very special part of the ceremony when he was baptized, on his first birthday no less!

 

Congratulations Leigh and Andrew!

More photos from their wedding… coming soon!

XO,

Ash

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Furious Five!

The first Furious Five of 2013!

These are from an intimate wedding I shot at The Josephine Butler Parks Center in DC…I loved working with this couple!


More to come!

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Steve Coleman - Beautiful– thanks for sharing!