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 […]

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.

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.

Jess and Zach have a pretty unique “how they met” story. During a vacation to the Outer Banks with her family, Jess headed to a local crossfit gym to get her work in, where she met a cute man working at the gym.

Emily and Kristen Exchanged their vows on a warm summer afternoon in September. Like many couples recently, they faced the difficult decision to postpone their originally scheduled wedding, leading them to find brand new vendors for the big day- which is where I came in! When I first met these two, I knew we were […]

A Letter to 2021 Couples- From 2020 Brides, Grooms and your Friendly Neighborhood Wedding Photographer. • • • • • Enter stage left: Couples that are recently engaged and planning a wedding for 2021. No one said planning a wedding was easy. Now that we’ve added a global pandemic to the mix, you may be a little anxious, or […]

Let’s take a few minutes to talk about Second Shooters on a wedding day. First of all: What is a Second Shooter? A second shooter is a another photographer that accompanies the main photographer on the wedding day. Why are they a great investment? What are the benefits of having two shooters on your wedding […]

New year > Same blogging struggles. We’re throwing it back to New Years Eve today to showcase this downtown Ellicott City Wedding. Ashley and Michael decided on an intimate ceremony at the Howard County Courthouse to celebrate the beginning of their new lives together. Ashley looked stunning in her beaded champagne gown and vibrant red […]

2019 has been an amazing year for my business. When I finally decided I wanted to pursue wedding photography 2 years ago, I had no idea the journey would lead me to so many amazing people that were willing to help and mentor me through this process. I would not be so confident moving into […]

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