The Winter Bride

 

377747_470854672975040_803148832_n If you plan to wed in the heart of winter you don’t have to let the threat of  icy cold weather get in the way of getting memorable portraits. For the modern couple, not bound by convention, the opportunity to capture  portraits against the backdrop of snow, rain or fog may be welcome break from status quo.  Here are some of the shots from a recent session with a lovely D.C. couple set against the backdrop of ice and snow.

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