Before I get into this post, you may have noticed my all new website and blog, designed by Identity Kitchen and programmed by LinkArtist. I’m so thrilled with the fresh, clean, minimal look and I look forward to blogging a lot more often now.

Anyway, I’m still in DC at the moment and before I jump on a plane back to LA tomorrow, I wanted to be sure to blog some images from the very fabulous wedding that I shot on Friday. The wedding of Bershan and David came to me by way of Sara Muchnick from Engaging Affairs and with the help of an amazingly talented team, pulled together an event that was quite a stunner.

Ceremony Venue: The Hay Adams

Reception Venue: US Chamber of Commerce

Catering: Occasions Caterers

Floral Design: Regina Evans

Transportation: Regal Limousine

This was quite a dress!






Bershan and David rode around in a gorgeous 1952 Gold Bentley. We got stuck in some traffic on our way to Georgetown to do some pictures so we just enjoyed the ride for a while.


We started out in Cadey’s Alley which was a location suggestion from Nicole Wolf, a great friend and fellow photographer.









I have a lot more images to post but it’s late and I’m tired so check back soon…

5 Responses to “Bershan & David’s Wedding – Part 1, The Hay Adams”

  1. thehusband says:

    these are unbelievable! the one with the bike on the wall, the one where he is opening the hotel door to see her and the walking up the wooden staircase. my favorites.

  2. britney says:

    what a beautiful wedding! I love the lighting in so many of the shots.

    also, beautiful new website!

  3. Margie says:

    Beautiful couple. Beautiful photos.

  4. Doug Miranda says:

    Love the photos!!! And the new blog and site :-)

  5. melia says:

    Gorgeous work, Justine! And what a handsome couple! Congrats.

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