The R. Dibs Blog

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Lush but organic details, personal touches, pirate shanties and a sense of community that created a tangible feeling of love and family. This would only be scratching the surface of Jordan and Damon’s spring wedding at Walker’s Overlook. Both bride and groom being chefs, they set the bar high when it came to catering. Food […]

Only being recently engaged, Sara and Ramon decided they wanted to get married, and they wanted to get married soon! Leaving themselves only a few months to plan, we met quickly for their winter engagement session. Both Bride and Groom-to-be LOVE warm weather and bright colors, wanting them to be showcased during their engagement session. […]

I met with Julianna and Sam for their Downtown Annapolis Engagement session on a chilly February evening! The first thing that struck me about this couple, was just how beautiful they looked together. Even in weather appropriate outfits, they both looked so stylish and ready for a magazine shoot. The second thing that was immediately […]

After meeting on a Mission Trip to Nicaragua, Jimmy and Olivia formed a meaningful and strong relationship. A partnership they solidified last fall with their union in marriage.

On a cold day around a year ago, Alyssa and Joe found themselves making an incredibly difficult decision: to postpone their wedding. As many “covid couples” have experienced, there just comes a certain point where you have to make the call.

I headed down to the Eastern Shore, to meet with Kayla, a senior at Salisbury University.

A lesson that every couple learns during their wedding planning process: things don’t always go as planned. Despite a change in date and a last minute change in location, my session with Sam, Joe and Blu could not have turned out any better.

Real talk: Chelsea and Sean are the coolest cucumbers I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting. When I think of two people that were absolutely meant to be, they’re the perfect example.

Hidden away in the middle of Baltimore city is a safe haven for graffiti artists. Ever-changing and full of bright colors, Graffiti Alley is the perfect location for a fun and edgy portrait session.

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