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  • Lexy + Isaiah

    I've known Isaiah since elementary school and Lexy since high school. To say that they are perfect for one another is an understatement. No stress, all love and silliness, that's the attitude they carried all day and it made the day relaxed and memorable. The first for me was a getaway on a jet-ski! I would not expect anything less, knowing these two. Lexy's home growing up was the perfect spot for their I-do's and I am incredibly happy that they are now officially Mr. and Mrs.! Happy almost-two months of marriage! Time sure does go by fast.

  • Zac + Kiri

    I'd been looking forward to this wedding ever since I met Zac back in 2010. You don't come across quality people like this often. He wasn't dating Kiri at the time, but I do remember him telling me about this girl. The way he talked about her was different- it really was- his face would light up and there was a nervous edge in his voice. It was only a matter of timing that these two would be meeting each other at the altar. Zac and Kiri were married in his parent's backyard- the place where he grew up. It was really beautiful being there. Seeing all the efforts and hard work that his family and friends had put in come to life was nothing short of wonderful. These two are incredibly talented designers and everything about this day reflected their talents to the nines (in my humble opinion). If you've got a minute on top of viewing these photos, check out their wedding site where there's a rad video of how their invites came together. It's one of the coolest things I've seen! I am so happy for these two and love how they love not only one another but their community.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you for allowing me to remember once again why what I do is a privilege.

    Ceremony + Reception Venue: Private Residence: Port Angeles, WAWedding Dress: Annabelle Dress from BHLDN, Bakery: Westernco Donuts, Band: Witherow, Videography: David GoodwinWedding Invitations & Stationary: Zac + Kiri Schwiethale