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The other day I came across a great quote; “love is a canvas furnished by nature and embroidered by imagination” – Voltaire. After contemplating the powerful imagery within the quote, it made me think of a beautiful outdoor wedding that we had the amazing privilege to shoot in May.
Katelyn and Michael were married on Whidbey Island, WA. It goes without saying that south Whidbey Island is an ideal and scenic location to exchange wedding vows. This sleepy island in the middle of the Puget Sound also happens to be the backdrop for Katelyn and Michael’s love story. This amazing couple met and fell in love on the Island in High School, so it truly was the perfect location to celebrate their big day.
In getting to know Katelyn and Michael and learning their love story, we were both blown away by how unselfishly they supported each other’s journey even when multiple states and schools physically separated them. They came together on this day in May 2012 to commit their love to each other and it was truly beautiful.
Wedding Vendors that helped make this day possible:
Venue – Fireseed Catering- http://www.fireseedcatering.com
Dave and Dawn Noble
Flowers – http://tracytaylorhuffman.blogspot.com
Tracy Huffman – Farm House Flowers
Hair for bride and bridesmaids – Nikki Farrel
DJ – Kevin Olson –
Check out and see how this beautiful day was captured by talented duo Blake & Janelle Able.
JandB is about storytelling through video. http://vimeo.com/jandb/videos
This is one of my favorite moments on a wedding day, when the bride is standing with her father & looks down the isle at her soon to be husband. It is so special and it is one of the few moments I vividly remember from my wedding. On this particular day the light was just right and this was a beautiful accident.
I love those….
This stunning wedding is coming to blog soon
It goes without saying that Seth and I love to photograph weddings, it’s an amazing opportunity and privilege to capture the celebration of love and commitment. With that being said; our favorite shoots tend to be the more laid-back engagement photo session. The engagement season is often a forgotten season of life, maybe it’s because of all the planing and business of the upcoming big day. This is why we value spending time with the couple in a more natural/comfortable setting while interacting with them on a more personal level.
Paul and Ellen are an amazing couple that we adore and are excited to hang out with again. In getting to know them, we discovered that they both love the outdoors while simultaneously loving the Urban grit and vibe that Seattle has to offer. Hopefully Seth and I were able to capture that uniquely Seattle dynamic in this Engagement session.
an absolutly fabulous, warm, seattle summer time wedding
Hi there and happy Monday….
Today I am posting a wedding that took place on October 28, 2011 on a cold, wet, quintessential seattle day. We had the absolute pleasure of photographing Haewon and Jeremi a Capital Hill native couple at Herban Feast in Sodo Park, what Seattle bride Magazine awarded “Best Quintessential Seattle are Reception site” of 2011. This stunning wedding had 2 ceremonies, first starting with a traditional american wedding followed by a traditional Korean Wedding Celebration.
It was a wet October Saturday, however, during the “first look” the sun broke through the clouds to shine while this couple was able to see each other for the first time on their wedding day as the exchanged their vows in front of close family and friends. It was a great party, filled with lots of love!
food and location: www.herbanfeast.com
As the season turns to winter and we settle into the colder temperatures I am catching up on some summer blogging. Over the summer we had the opportunity to go to some really beautiful places, Orcas Island being one of them. Orcas Island is not far but feels like you are in a completely different country & its just a ferry ride away from Seattle.
happily ever after…….
reception location: Inn at Ship Bay www.innatshipbay.com
florist: Nest www.nestflowers.com *tip* “ I just got my flowers in bulk there. My cousin, Lisa Wray, was the actual designer of the bridal arrangements. The Nest did design the boutonnieres and flower girl head flower circlet.”
Dress Designer: Aire by Rosa Clara Nadia www.sayyesbridal.com/aire-naron-1388.html
Event Designer: Jenn Blake with Bow Tie & Bustle www.bowtieandbustle.com