To say I am behind in my blogging is quite the understatement. Hence, I give you photos from a November wedding. I had been waiting for some reception photos (they hired a separate photographer for the reception), but it does not look like I’m going to get my hands on any–bummer! (Lesson learned: take my own photos even if I hate my photography skills.) Luckily, I do have some lovely wedding party photos for you. Evangeline and Brian had what most would consider a GIANT wedding party! So many bouquets and boutonnieres for my hands to make. It was all worth it though when I saw how beautiful and happy everyone looked. They took photos at Kirkland’s waterfront on a blustery fall day–the colors outside were to die for and JKoe Photo was the talent behind the lens. If I were you I would take some time to check out JKoe’s website–they have been up to some pretty cool stuff lately!
My goal is to get caught up this month with some new blog posts. I have lots of fun images from projects and weddings I’m eager to share–so stay tuned for more soon! Enjoy these fall images on this gorgeous spring day!
A few weeks ago Seattle had the strangest and loveliest layer of fog stick around the entire city for about a week. My photographer friends were having a photo hayday and I thought I’d join in on the fun as well. Carina, one of those hayday having photographers, took these photos for me. Thankful I have such talented friends willing to meet me randomly to snap images of my work. If you are in the market for a photographer, definitely make sure to check out Carina’s work. She is fabulous.
I am so excited to share my first exclusive feature on Grey Likes Weddings today! I was lucky enough to team up with TWO amazing photographers, Kate Price and Carina Skrobecki, who both captured the shoot perfectly. We had so much fun; and although it was a lot of work to get set-up before sunrise, it was definitely worth it!
Check out our Thanksgiving/Fall inspired engagement shoot here. I will be making my own blog post about the shoot soon that will showcase more of the details, but here are a few images that weren’t included in the feature!
Kate and Carina also posted more images on each of their blogs, make sure to visit them and check out more of their incredible work!
Where do I even begin with this wonderful event?! Kim and Justin are dear friends of mine and their wedding was my official first gig. Ideally I would have wanted at least a somewhat comfortable amount of time to plan for my first big event; welp, I had three weeks! It was one of the most intense three weeks of my life but when the opportunity came up to do what I love and get my business rolling, plus help out a friend, I was not going to let that go by!
The wedding and reception were held at The Bathhouse at Golden Gardens (beautiful spot!) and in addition to the limited planning time, there was a total day-of set up time of only three hours! Tables, chairs, and every detail had to happen in that three-hour window and for some crazy reason I had still decided on hanging globe lights, dozens of jars, and an altar. Luckily for me, Kim and Justin have an incredible family that had already been planning to set up prior to Kim hiring me, and my goodness were they awesome! And thanks to my dear friend, Kristin, and her amazingly generous mom, Sandy, I had wonderful assistance with the flowers and Sandy assisted me during the entire set-up. The wedding would not have come together without all the rockstar help I received! The talented Rachael Kruse captured the fantastic images below.
It was such an honor to work with Kim and help bring her wedding vision to life. And to see how thrilled Kim and Justin were with how everything turned out made all the chaos worth it! Cheers to a happy marriage! (and to me surviving my first wedding!!!!!)