The room was a buzz with the excitement of the day. Hushed voices spoke expectations of the impending nuptials and beyond. It was clear that EJ had planned this day and was calm as it began to unfold before her. Friends and family surrounded her making things seem more complete. With everything in place she looked around and was happy at the results of her careful preparation. All of her bridesmaids were so nice and the demeanor seemed calming to her, never speaking above a hush. Ej was happy and truly in love!
Meanwhile, back at the house, there was a celebration of another kind and all the children were equally excited. Ready to see Bangaly and EJ get married, to be a part of it all and soak it all in. EJ’s son was in the midst of it all and knew he had a special part to play. Making a speech at the reception and helping to usher this new union into existence. After all… it was with his approval that all of this was happening anyway, right?
Bangaly and EJ. It was truly our pleasure to be chosen for your special day. Thank you for trusting us and following our lead… even when we asked you to go out into the 100 degree-plus-heat and walk around the streets of DC.. Your family and friends swept us up and called us their friends. It’s moments like these that will last us a lifetime as well.
Watching from afar as the morning unfolds. I love the look of love, pride and joy on her face.
A few of the young girls getting ready as well… so precious!
EJ looked stunning in her dress by Casablanca Bridal Collection
When Bangaly sees his bride for the first time…. He smiles with his eyes when he looks at her… that’s love!
The most precious ever!
So beautiful.. words can not express, really!
The Willard Intercontinental Hotel is such the historic backdrop to the most unforgettable wedding!
To see more of Bangaly and EJ’s wedding be sure to check out their slideshow
Jewelry – The Bridal Boutique, Nordstrom
DJ – Greg Benjamin, aka “G-Sharp”
Greenworks and Afloral.com for floral designs
“A portrait is like a mirror to the soul…
life standing still…
to be treasured forever…”