Hello DC-area wedding lovers! We just made it through cherry blossom season, but we can relive the magic all year long with a gorgeous wedding engagement session in Washington DC today featuring lovely couple Caitlin and Ben and the breathtaking DC cherry blossoms. The duo chose to have photos around the Tidal Basin, because Ben proposed at Hains Point. Caitlin and Ben, along with their photographer Rachael Foster, braved crowds of tourists during peak weekend for the blossoms. It was quite the feat, but they started bright and early at 7 a.m. to avoid distractions. Ben, who is into biking, opted to have his bike featured in some of the photos. The two will be married in May of next year in Alexandria. In the meantime, enjoy their photos celebrating the magic of the blossoms!

Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos

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Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos

Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos

Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos

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Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos

Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos

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Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos

Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos

Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos

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Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos

Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos

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Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos

Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos

Cherry Blossom Engagement Photos

Congratulations Caitlin and Ben!

Interested in seeing more outdoor engagement sessions? Check out this Brookside gardens engagement session, or an Alexandria engagement featuring ice cream and an engagement session at the FDR memorial!

Photo Credits: Rachael Foster Photography

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