A few from my church’s Harvest Festival and trick or treating downtown– Daphne’s first time!
Wedding season is calming down here in the Northwest which finally gives me a bit more time to post some shots from all the weddings that I couldn’t post in the Summer (3 posts a week would be way too many!)Â So I will be showing all of my favorites over the next few months along with all of the fun family and kid shoots I have been doing lately.Â Stay tuned!
Two architects from Seattle, Danielle and Stewart spent the last year renovating their first fixer-upper. So why not plan a wedding too? And at, that why not have it their yard?
And they pulled it off– a stylish, modern, community event involving neighbors, friends, co-workers and family– everyone got involved. So under their yard’s grand persimmon (I got really excited to see a huge, beautiful persimmon tree growing in Seattle,) and under some strategically placed tarps that made for the most incredible filtered sunlight (these architects knew what they were doing!) Danielle and Stewart said their “I-do’s” while neighbors peeked over their fences.
We did all their portraits around their house and neighborhood alleys– weaving in and out of overgrown gardens and ramshackle cottages. I couldn’t get enough of Danielle’s INCREDIBLE dress (D, if you are reading this, post a comment on where you got that thing made please!) I decided to try out some of the textures I have been using on some of my artwork on a wedding. Danielle and Stewart seemed like the perfect guinea pigs– let me know what you think. Here we go.
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