Photographers for a St. Francis Hall Wedding
How does one begin to describe a couple more perfect for each other? Rings of laughter pierce their conversations and wide-eyed smiles while we enjoyed wine together at our first meeting. Sounds about right. 🙂 Nicole and Ted were a blessing to work with. I mean, how often do you feel like you’ve just met long lost friends at your first meeting together. That meeting, of course, was at Rappahannock Cellars in the good ‘ole country Virginia–and we talked about the St. Stephens Church and St. Francis Hall wedding then. (You engaged couples out there, you have a standing invite to visit it with me. Just holler at me about it.)
How The Day Went
They were married at St. Stephen and the Incarnation Episcopal Church, which is where they attend weekly, and then had their reception at St. Francis Hall which is associated with The Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land in America. If you haven’t been to the monastery yet, it’s worth a visit regardless of your faith and if only for the beautiful gardens and architecture–definitely check it out if you’re in DC. We are so glad C&I Photographers was able to participate in your wedding day. I, for one, will look forward to seeing you two again this summer!
Our Mission In a Nutshell
Remember that at C&I Photographers—we’re a team of photo buds committed to authentically telling your story through capturing moments. While based in LA, Fort Lauderdale, and the DC metro area, we service basically anywhere a plane/horse/motorcycle will take us. We know you’ll enjoy those captured moments for the rest of your life and that they have value well beyond what you pay for them. We are story-tellers in the end. We know our style isn’t for everybody, but if you’re intrigued, shoot us an email or give us a ring. Let us know if you’re planning a St. Francis Hall wedding, we would love to meet you!
Franciscan monastery wedding
Stan is the Man–and one of the three C&I Photographers.