Sloan and Stephanie met in a dive bar in Seattle and have been together for almost 15 years. From making each other’s wedding rings to overcoming challenges together, their love has grown and evolved over time.
On a cloudy and overcast day in midsummer, Rachel and Mekala gathered with their families and friends and said their “I do’s” in a gorgeous, eclectic cottage wedding.
After Emily’s original proposal, their relationship was long distance for nearly four years because of their careers.
Eight miles, that’s how long Katie and Nora hiked (the last 2 miles in their wedding gowns) to say ‘I do’ at the magnificent North Cascades National Park.
Cori and Jess felt pressure to wear dresses on their wedding day, but quickly realized what was really right for them – a white tux and a bridal jumpsuit.
This simple styled elopement celebrates the love of Aliah and Emma who have had to overcome the challenges of being non-monogamous in their new relationship.
After years of friendship, and supporting one another after through painful divorces, Ewelina and Michelle held a family uniting ceremony with their four children.
After just five months of dating Gerone proposed – when you know, you know. They married in Washington, their emotional ceremony preceded one epic celebration of their union.
Their backup option was a small backyard wedding in luei of a bigger formal wedding, turns out the backyard wedding was better than they could imagine.
They had plans for a big 175+ guest wedding, until Covid made them change their plans. They opted for a dreamy, intimate barn wedding in Washington.