Kinnery and Matt: Washington DC Engagement Session

It was one of those mornings, another to-do list to complete, meetings after meetings after forgotten meetings. To say these two are busy is an understatement, these two real estate rock stars have perfected the art of the conference call, the power of e-mail persuasion and the two minute meeting (McNabb would be jealous, yes a low blow).

But with all the leveraged synergies increasing productivity both in the real estate world and the wedding planning world one has to sit back from time to time and just enjoy each others company.

So these two put our appointment in their blackberries, marked it on their calendars and knew full well that on a beautiful autumn Sunday morning they were required to laugh, love, kiss and enjoy each other. Our engagement session took them to the National Arboretum where we walked around the Roman Columns and finished the session off in the Japanese Gardens.

With the blackberries off and meetings on hold these two were able to simply be. Be free of the stresses of the world and just enjoy each others company; holding hands, stealing glances at each other and falling into each others arms. Through our engagement session we were able to make some beautiful memories and get some amazing pictures to boot.

Kinnery and Matt, we have a wonderful time shooting your engagement session and cannot wait until the wedding!

Kinnery and Matt Engagement Session at the National Aboretum in Washington DC

Kinnery and Matt Engagement Session at the National Aboretum in Washington DC

Kinnery and Matt Engagement Session at the National Aboretum in Washington DC

Kinnery and Matt Engagement Session at the National Aboretum in Washington DC

Kinnery and Matt Engagement Session at the National Aboretum in Washington DC

Kinnery and Matt Engagement Session at the National Aboretum in Washington DC

Kinnery and Matt Engagement Session at the National Aboretum in Washington DC

Kinnery and Matt Engagement Session at the National Aboretum in Washington DC

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