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Mountain Springs Lodge Winter Wedding | Leavenworth

I’ve been dying to share Brianne + Keith’s winter wedding at Mountain Springs Lodge near Leavenworth, Washington. This day was something out of my Beauty & the Beast dreams. Seriously, it was like a French chalet complete with a horse-drawn sleigh, thick snow atop all the roofs, and icicles delicately hanging beneath.

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Rainier Chapter House Wedding | Seattle Wedding Photographer

It was a classic rainy day in Seattle which I've grown to embrace. Especially when the light is soft and delicate all day long. The Rainier Chapter House fits right in to that aesthetic. In my opinion, it is one of the most beautiful venues in Seattle. It was built in 1920 and is almost an exact replica to Mount Vernon. 

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Seattle Wedding Photographer | Backyard Wedding

Emily + Billy's intimate backyard wedding really is one for the books. We shot their first look in the riverbed of Snoqualmie Falls and then headed to their beautiful home near Lake Tapps. They had just purchased the property and thought it would be the perfect place to host their ceremony and reception.

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Intimate Beach Wedding | Discovery Park

Ari + Rachel did what very few couples do. They personally announced their engagement to a small number of people, and had a private beach wedding in Seattle's Discovery Park. Many didn't find out that their wedding plans were progressing until after the wedding day had already passed.

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Monte Cristo Ballroom Wedding

When  I stepped into the Monte Cristo Ballroom, I knew it was going to be a fantastic day. The main hall had so much energy with everyone buzzing around getting the wedding details just right. Sam stepped into her dress in the light-filled bridal suite. Her images near the window are most definitely among my favorites.

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LeeAna + Dan Georgetown Engagement

For LeeAna + Dan’s engagement session we explored the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle. It has a steampunk vibe with old brick buildings, abandoned tin structures, and dark basement bars that remind me of western saloons. The light was perfect and I literally could have shot all day.

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