Villa Vashon with Christina & Kevin

Christina and Kevin's wedding was the perfect mix of love and fun. The whole day was filled with some delicious food, incredible views, and some amazing time with friends and family.

Their wedding was also what got me out to Vashon Island for the first time! I biked the entire island to find the perfect spot for their Last Shot. As soon as I got to the shore on the south end of the island I knew I had found something amazing! Then came the night of the wedding and we were running low on time. We only had about an hour to drive to the opposite end of the island, get the shot and race back for the very last ferry of the day. I won't lie, we were breaking a few speed limit laws to get there! But in the end we grabbed an amazing photo! I did get to the ferry a little late, but luckily the ferry was behind schedule too and I made back to Seattle for the night. 

Kiana Lodge with Elisabeth and Gary

Elisabeth and Gary's wedding out at Kiana Lodge was filled with so many incredible moments. I just couldn't have been happier to follow them around and photograph the whole thing. After their ridiculously amazing wedding, I hopped onto to Seattle bound ferry and we walked over to Pioneer Square for a few photos before we called it a night. 

A special thanks to Everyone who helped make their day: Every Last Details  - Jenny Storment - Patty Schmitz Florals -  Sweets and Savories - The Daniel Zwelling Band - Salon Maison 


New Orleans - Brian and Krista

The first wedding of 2016 could not have been any better! Brian and Krista brought me out to the French Quarter in New Orleans for their incredible destination wedding. We started with their ceremony in Louis Armstrong Park, then had a brass band parade the entire wedding over to their gallery in the heart of the French Quarter. Seriously it's hard to not have fun when there's cheering crowds lining the streets the entire walk between the ceremony and the reception and beads were flying everywhere. We didn't end the night when the reception was over! We went bar hopping on Bourbon Street until I was too tired to stand and I graciously made my way to the nearest po'boy stand before heading back to the hotel.