Living in DC makes me feel spoiled as I get to see the DC Monuments all the time. I joke with my friends sometimes that literally every single time I see the Washington Monument I have to take a picture of it and post it on social media somewhere – and I see it like every other day. The DC Monuments are an awesome spot for engagement sessions and the white marble is so gorgeous to photograph!
After talking to Lindsay and Chance for what feels like months, I was so excited to finally meet them for their engagement session. We met up around 6am at one of the most under DC War Memorial. The best thing about sunrise sessions in DC is that there are very few other people around! I’m not a morning person, but I’ll push for sunrise sessions because typically people feel less awkward when there aren’t as many people hanging around!
Not sure about all of you, but having a little bit of family rivalry in life is fun. It makes specific sporting events have that extra weight on it, if you know what I mean.
For these two, who are getting married in just a few weeks time, their relationship started with rivalry.
“We met at the 2012 Army Navy Football game in Philadelphia, PA. He went to West Point and I went to the Naval Academy. We competed against each other (Cadets vs. Midshipmen) the day before the game in the city and I think we both tried as hard as we could to impress the other one. Long story short, he proposed on the eve of the 2015 Army Navy Football game surrounded by family and friends!”
Now, being from Maryland, I have to side with the Naval Academy just a bit (sorry Chance), but I think their story is just so meet-cute.
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