September 8, 2014

Washington, DC Wedding Photographer | Army Navy Country Club | Marisa + Tim [teaser]

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A beautiful Italian-accented Catholic wedding ceremony, cookies galore, and hockey infusions around every corner.  This DC wedding at the Army Navy Country Club was lit up by Tim and Marisa’s laughter the entire day!

Hockey stick wedding exit at Washington DC wedding reception

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