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Jess Notargiacomo is officially on the road! You guys can now follow her on www.kefomo.com. There is not much up there yet but I can’t wait to see all the photos from her and Phil’s adventures! In Jessica Latos Photography news I have my logo ready to go, you may have seen it on the Facebook change over. Website updating to come. Super excited about all of my weddings coming up in 2016 so stay tuned! I will leave you now with my favorite ring shot of 2015 (or maybe ever)....

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D+M Married at the Hotel Monaco DC

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D+M Married at the Hotel Monaco DC

D and M were married at the Hotel Monaco in Washington DC. This wedding was very bittersweet for us. It was Paired Images’ last wedding. You’ll still be able to get great service in the DC area from Jess via Jessica Latos Photography (her solo project). And stay tuned for a link to follow my 2016 adventure. But we will miss working together. But back to the pair below… this wedding was all about family. In the first image, the wedding dress is hung next to the mother of the bride’s wedding dress, which the bride wore...

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Anna and Aaron Married

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Anna and Aaron Married

To begin the wedding day of Anna and Aaron we met the pair at The Morrison House in Alexandria VA. After a very sweet first look and some awesome portraits on the stairs we all headed to Harbour View in Woodbridge VA for the ceremony and reception. The day was a bit damp and cold but guests were greeted with cozy blankets for the ceremony! The reception consisted of cakes, caviar and cookies, lovely speeches, a packed dance floor, and a sparkler exit. venue – Harbour View hotel- The Morrison House officiant – Cantor Rachel Rhodes...

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Dora and Tom Married

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Dora and Tom Married

We love it when geeks wed! This delightfully awkward pair incorporated all of their favorite things into their Woodend wedding. When we asked Dora and Tom what their colors were, they replied, “all of the colors!” Dora is a graphic designer and created all of the printed materials. They were married under a quilt that Dora’s mom made, which was then hung at the reception as a backdrop for photos. The escort cards were Pogs. Tables included colorful wildflowers and physics apparatuses. Dinner was passed around family style...

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Lauren and Kerry Married

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Lauren and Kerry Married

Lauren and Kerry were married at the beautiful Comus Inn with Sugarloaf Mountain in the background on a perfect fall day. The bride was gorgeous, the wedding party was fun and the kids were adorable. What more can a photographer ask for? A few of our favorites things… Lauren’s ladies looked perfect in red, Blossom and Basket outdid themselves on the florals, the magnificent sunset, beer koozies, and a packed dance floor. venue- The Comus Inn at Sugarloaf Mountain hair- Amy Libby  from Salon Symmetry makeup- Aaren King from MADE...

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Kim and Tom Married

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Kim and Tom Married

Kim and Tom were married at The Historic McFarland House in Martinsburg, WV. We are no strangers to this family. Four years ago we had the pleasure of photographing Kim’s sister’s wedding (Erin pictured below with Kim in the tub). We absolutely adore them especially the newest member, Peyton. Without a doubt, both sisters chose to spend their lives with great partners. A few of our favorite things… getting Kim dressed and having fun with all those details, the emotions during the ceremony, the veil blowing in the wind, and...

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Rachel and Kirk Married

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Rachel and Kirk Married

Rachel and Kirk were married at the Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria VA. Their black, white and gold event was simply classic which they then layered with modern details. We love weddings that are a perfect reflection of the pair which is then all brought together by an awesome team of vendors. After getting ready at the Hotel Monaco in Alexandria we headed to The Carlyle House for the first look and portraits. Then we wandered around the King Street Art Festival on our way to the ceremony. One of the big highlights from the day was...

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Amanda and Eric Married

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Amanda and Eric Married

Virginia is for lovers that laugh together! Amanda and Eric were married at Epiphany Catholic Church in Washington, DC. Amanda and her dad arrived to the church in a sweet vintage car. After the ceremony  we took the wedding party for fun photos around Georgetown. Then partied all night at the Key Bridge Marriott in Rossyln, VA with an amazing view. A few highlights… shoes, champagne escort cards, and a wedding painter! day of coordinator- Sarah Petersen ceremony location- Epiphany Catholic Church reception location- Key Bridge Marriott...

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Courtney and Matt Married

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Courtney and Matt Married

Love this pair and following all their adventures together! Instead of following this time, we got to document their great wedding adventure. Courtney and Matt were married at Hollow Creek Golf Club in Frederick MD. We were told straight away that the reception would be unforgettable and they didn’t disappoint. But before that, we enjoyed portraits in a weeping willow tree (until a swarm of bugs took over), a ceremony where the bride’s brother walked her down the isle and Matt made everyone cry with his sweet vows, and last but...

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Lauren and Ken Married

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Lauren and Ken Married

You know those rare, exceptional days when it rains from sunrise to sunset… Lauren and Ken got married on one of those days in the Poconos. Which could be a metaphor for their unique love and personalities. From the moment I saw this pair together I knew I had to photograph their wedding, never mind that they weren’t engaged yet, anyone could see it was kismet. Because of their adventurous spirits, they wanted to incorporate the outdoors into their wedding. Each table was named after a hike they had completed together, their...

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