Thornewood Castle is a fairytale-worthy photographer’s dream, and has long been on my wish list for wedding venues in the PNW. Abi and Nick’s gorgeous wedding in this historic hidden gem highlighted their playful love for each other as they wandered throughout hidden nooks for romantic photos in upper levels and throughout the expansive castle gardens—all which made for an elegant, grand, utterly beautiful day. Take a look at the magic.
Marissa and Tristan's elegant Olympic Rooftop Pavilion wedding highlighted the most beautiful view and feel of Old Ballard, and they made the entire neighborhood a part of their celebration by including their first look at Bastille, taking a stroll through the Ballard Locks, and spending time with those closest to them at local favorites Percy's and Stoneburner. For even more stunning details, they topped it off with a live jazz quartet, strung lights and an outdoor fireplace for an absolutely, breathtakingly perfect evening to celebrate love.
Stephanie and Steven's southern-infused winery wedding was the perfect combination of classy, romantic and raucous fun with all their nearest and dearest. The fairytale grounds of the gorgeous De Lille Cellars gave us endless playing spaces for their wooded ceremony and tented reception, and oh my word, can this group throw a good dance party. Other special details included their adorable furbaby ring-bearer, the jaw-droppingly crafted DIY cake and decor, alpacas watching us from across the fence, and the end of the night topped off with a swoon-worthy cinematic sparkler exit. Oolala!
Cori and Stuart's Whidbey Island Wedding at Fireseed Catering was something out of a dream, set in a gorgeous woodland wonderland with sweeping views surrounding the venue. Family, friends and their deeply rooted love of music set the tone for the sun-filled outdoor ceremony, followed by a vibrant reception and one of THE best dance parties you could hope to attend. In the words of Shakespeare: "If music be the food of love, play on." I wish I could play this day on repeat.