I was so excited to finally meet Jessica and Young in person!! Their friends had an engagement session at the Kennedy Center and they also thought to do the same. And what a GREAT idea it was. The Kennedy Center is STUNNING but not as stunning as these two are together. Jessica wore two gorgeous white dresses and even brought a veil with her for use with the second more formal dress. These two were so much fun together and I loved everything about this session! But I especially love their sweet love story as told here by Jessica…
“Young and I met in late 2020 when everyone had to practice social distancing due to the Covid pandemic. It’s crazy how during a time when people had to distance themselves from others, Young and I were only getting closer and just beginning what would be our forever relationship. Our first few dates were spent in either mine or Young’s car – long talks with our coffees in hand and car engine running to keep the heat on. I remember thinking at the time about how we had never met before despite living in the same area for the last decade. But, it was in God’s perfect timing that we found each other. Then after almost two years of dating, Young popped the question on a small bridge in a quaint but romantic part of Old Ellicott City and I said yes to spending the rest our lives together.”
I can’t wait to serve you both later this year! Keep scrolling for more highlights from their Kennedy Center engagement session.
Michelle with Lieb Photographic is a Northern Virginia Wedding Photographer, a Charlottesville Wedding Photographer and photographs destinations worldwide. To see more weddings and engagement sessions in the Washington DC area, view the Washington DC Wedding Venues page. If you’d like to explore some more of my favorite wedding venues in the Virginia and Washington D.C. areas, view the Wedding Venues page.