Seattle Intimate Wedding Photographer
What a gorgeous day that this was! Seattle was uncharacteristically bright and sunny, and the space needle was clearly visible out of the window of the getting ready house. The house was a-bustle with all of the getting ready preparations. Moses and his bros were eating sushi and watching the world cup on the bottom floor. "What team are you rooting for?" I asked, and they all laughed and said that they didn't care! Well I did and my team lost so I was slightly upset, but whatever. Serena and her girls were on the third floor, getting their hair and makeup done. Serena's dress was literally beautiful, and was shining in the window light. Her gorgeous details were scattered about the room, and her best friends were wearing the cutest matching robes. Once everyone was ready, we all jumped in our cars and drove to Parson's Gardens.
Parson's gardens in tucked a few blocks from Kerry Park, the park with the notably epic view of Seattle. Moses arrived first and we got him in place. Next Serena arrived, and made her way to the garden. Moses was SO excited to see his Bride-to-be and his face was shining as soon as he laid his eyes on her. After spending all morning so close, but separated, they were so happy to see each other again. These guys are literally the cutest together, and they know exactly how to make the other laugh!
These guys planned their ceremony at Canlis, another place with a great view of Seattle. They got married in front of their closest friends and family, and it was a gorgeous ceremony. Afterwards, they just hung out with their friends and enjoyed their night! I love it when couples choose to elope in places that are special to them!
If you're looking to elope, I would love to chat with you and inform you of all of your options! No two elopements are alike, and you can customize the day to be exactly what you're looking for! If having a big wedding with 300 guests is stressing you (and your budget) out, you might want to consider an elopement! An elopement breaks down a wedding to exactly what it should be about: two people getting married. The extra stuff is just fluff, and even though it might be fun, it IS extra. All you really need to get married, is your future spouse (and an officient). (and witnesses). So if you think that an elopement is for you, I'd love to chat with you!