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The groom lifts the bride into the air for a wedding portrait in front of a bright yellow house in Alexandria, Virginia

Alexandria, Virginia Elopement Photographer | The groom lifts the bride into the air as they stand in front of a bright yellow house on a street full of brick homes
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The groom lifts the bride into the air as they stand in front of a bright yellow house on a street full of brick homes, and the color seems to reflect their happy mood.

There is no perfect plan. That’s the first rule you learn when starting to organize a wedding. You know that something might go wrong. For Sarah and Bill, it was the pandemic that hit the year they wanted to get married. However, they were prepared to plan an anti-COVID-friendly, intimate wedding in Alexandria. Only 20 guests where invited and the ceremony was planned to take place outside of the Kimpton Lorien Hotel. Unfortunately, they had to move their wedding from May to July, but they quickly rescheduled their plan and it was perfect, just the way it was supposed to be.