Port Angeles, Washington, was a perfect location for Elizabeth & Nathan’s sweet winter wedding on the Olympic Peninsula. The historical detail in downtown Port Angeles provided a lovely backdrop for classic portraits of the bride and groom near the waterfront. At the ceremony, beautiful brick and bare winter branches added a layer of texture to simple, rustic decor, accentuated with touches of deep, classic navy blue. The bridesmaids wore sophisticated navy blue dresses in a variety of silhouettes. How lovely are the simple tree trunk tealight holders they created for the ceremony! Especially at a winter wedding, light is the very best way to add twinkle and glow to your wedding decor. Touches of twinkling winter light were also evident in the string lights decorating the ceiling at both the ceremony and reception. I love how they add so much dimension and sparkle to the photos!
I felt truly welcomed by Elizabeth and Nathan’s sweet families. It was such a joy to be a part of celebrating these two as they embark on the adventure of marriage together! Cupcakes and sparklers made for an effervescent send-off for the newlyweds on a cold, clear winter night.
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