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September 28, 2018

sunrise anniversary session in paris || alyssa + ryan

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okay you guys, so we have been fortunate to be part of this crazy, wonderful industry for nearly ten years now! as d.c. and destination wedding photographers and videographers, we have the chance to photograph the greatest couples in some of the most amazing places on earth– from windswept weddings in new york city to intimate elopements in cozumel to romantic weddings in southern spain.

it’s always such a pleasure to have the opportunity to join two of our passions: travel and art. aaaand connecting with people (so i guess you could say three of our passions!). so when we were in europe last spring for some work, we were lucky enough to connect with the sweetest couple for a mini anniversary session in paris. alyssa + ryan are phenomenal photographers in their own right and had saved up for a few years to celebrate their fifth anniversary in the city of lights.

naturally, they wanted it documented, so we met up with them early one morning for a sunrise anniversary session at trocadero. because is it even a photo session in paris if you don’t have the eiffel tower in the background?! we were blessed with soft, diffused light and a nearly-empty backdrop for photographs.

these two are so, so sweet and have perfect chemistry. and they’ve of course got the whole posing thing locked down! we would take their photos in any european city, any day of the week 😉

after our mini photo session, mateo and i head down to champs-elysees to walk around the arc de triomphe (heeey, tourists! that’s us) and nosh on the flakiest croissants and freshest omelets for breakfast. even though we’re not necessarily morning people, we could get on board with more sunrise sessions if it meant photos like this and incredible french breakfasts afterwards!

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after seeing these photos, who wants to meet us in paris for their next anniversary?! the crepes will be on us.

xo,

anna + mateo

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