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After their scenic portrait session at Lake Crescent, Rebecca and Chris traveled back to a private family property in Sequim for their charming backyard ceremony and reception. The word “backyard” doesn’t quite do the setting justice! Not many backyards feature a grove of huge arching maple trees and a stunning view of the Olympic Mountains, […]
Oh, yum! Organizing this blog post quite literally made my mouth water! After a day of wedding photography, which often involves serious gymnastics and some cardio for good measure, I’m not ashamed to admit I indulge in a piece (sometimes two—shhhhh!) of wedding cake. Or cupcake. Or pie. I’m an equal opportunity dessert enthusiast. A big […]
Everyone loves the first kiss—it’s a classic, joyful wedding moment that you just can’t miss. But there’s a moment I love even more as a wedding photographer. Just seconds after the first kiss, the bride and groom look at one another with awe and delight in their faces—”We did it! We got married! For real!” […]
Laura and Jamie’s intimate Cutting Garden wedding in Sequim Washington was perfect. Surrounded by only their closest family and friends, the bride and groom said their vows in a flower garden at the peak of its glorious bloom in front of a yellow farmhouse. Laura’s purple details were accentuated by an effusion of flowers in a field […]
I guess it’s probably a really good thing I like road trips – this summer is going to be full of them! May and June have already brought journeys to Spokane & Snohomish, WA, and Coos Bay, OR, as well as my usual destinations of Seattle, Sequim, and Port Angeles WA. Here’s a few of […]