I know what you are thinking. How absolutely dreadful it must be to photograph these two. And you are right. It was REALLY challenging. Joke. Yes they are both completely stunning which helps but they were both glowing with love and excitement that day that it was virtually impossible to take a bad photo of them. I was fortunate enough to get to photograph these two in Seattle last New Year’s Day and again in October to celebrate the most wonderful day of their lives together.
Everything was perfect. I’ve actually never seen a wedding be more on time throughout the day. The morning started with Kendal and all of her wonderful friends getting beautiful in the bridal suite. Mimosa was flowing as it should be. Kendal was so generous she got everyone in her wedding party a STUNNING vintage broach. Me included. I was so touched that Kendal had thought of me and included me…because as everyone knows…I love me anything shiny. Incredibly thoughtful. The design of this wedding had some of my favorite details ever. Her family had cut mossy logs from their property which lined the aisles and sat on the tables. The decor was beautiful and forresty (yup, new word). Seriously I was obsessed. Kendal and Adam’s families were both so warm and welcoming. I love love and this wedding was overflowing with it. You can always judge a bride and groom by the people they surround themselves with. Kendal and Adam are devoted and loving friends. This wedding was a testament to it. Thank you both for including me in your amazing day. I was so honored to be a part of it and share in it with you. It was wonderful getting to know both of you.
You deserve the world. You deserve one another.