Samantha and Gabe had the most adorable brunch wedding — complete with a picturesque first look, a cinnamon roll “wedding cake" cutting and the cutest confetti exit I’ve ever seen.
Braden and Halley’s wedding took place on the last beautiful fall day in October. Halley nailed her aesthetic of vintage rustic and there was humor sprinkled throughout the day. Overall, it was the perfect fall wedding, and the couple’s portraits and sparkler exit were my favorite moments to capture.
High Rock Lookout, right outside of Rainier National Park, has all the perks of eloping inside the park with out the need of a permit, park entrance fees, or the crowds. This hike boasts of 360 degrees of jaw dropping views, dramatic cliff sides, the perfect view of Rainier, and access to the historical fire lookout in case of inclement weather .
Megan and Garrett's wedding was so much fun! They added many personal touches to their day, from their hand written vow books to the book arch Garrett made! I loved their nerdy theme (Megan's own words!) of books that took over McCormick Woods Golf Club. Every table displayed one of their favorite authors, with the bride and groom table displaying Tolkien. Coincidence that Garrett's wedding band has Elvish on it? I think not.
Diana and Preston held their wedding at the Carnation Tree Farm, and it’s my new favorite venue! I loved the rows of Christmas trees and large grassy area for the ceremony and reception. The getting ready space was in the loft of a historic barn, and it provided gorgeous lighting!