Sweet, sweet Evelyn with her little tutu! She is just a teeny tiny ballerina.Those baby blues!Evelyn’s grey, white, and pink nursery is too adorable for words.Framing baby’s tiny little foot prints is genius.What a beautiful family!So, so precious!Such fun photographing this family in their adorable home (and beyond)!
You may have seen a glimpse of Maureen and Andrew’s rainy day wedding ceremony, but that is just the tip of the iceberg! Their Old Chaser Farm shindig was quintessential Pacific Northwest. The Vashon Island farm provided a gorgeous backdrop of green and grey for a love and laughter-filled day that was truly spectacular. Not to mention the delicious farm-to-table vegetarian fare by The Corson Building. Maureen’s Elizabeth Dye gown from The Dress Theory is perfection.A cat’s gotta do what a cat’s gotta do.We couldn’t have asked for more comical farm life. What total hams.Ravenna Bloom rocked the floral.Rain happens. The show must go on!Farmhouse wedding decor perfection.Holy moly, an entirely vegetarian farm-to-table feast!Macrina Bakery‘s incredibly delicious cake with just the cutest little cake topper.Overall Mo and Andrew’s day was killer and we aren’t the only ones who think so.:)
Wedding Industry Rockstars:
Venue: Old Chaser Farm
Catering: The Corson Building
Floral: Ravenna Bloom
Cake: Macrina Bakery
Wedding Dress: The Dress Theory
Invitations: Rifle Paper Company
Dear Gretchen and Joe,
Thank you for the super fun day that we went to the island, ran around in the water, drank some beers, and made some fun pictures. And especially thank you for the hilarious dog photobombs. As you know, it doesn’t take much to entertain this girl right here, and she was thoroughly entertained.
And now, for some super sweet relaxed photos from their beach-side engagement shoot on an island in our gorgeous home, the good ol’ Pacific Northwest. Complete with driftwood huts made of… driftwood (a.k.a. the Hipster Hut), some beautiful smiles, fly fishing equipment, hunting pups, and of course, an dirty photobomb.
Oh, c’mon man. We were having such a beautiful engagementy-shoot type of moment. Then… ‘plop.’ And as a result… hysterical laughter.
Congrats on finding each other, and through your love of dogs at that! I can’t wait to see how your big celebration on the houseboat will be… I’m pretty sure it’s going to be a raucous good time. Can we say…. party barge and food trucks? mmmmmm.
We are over the moon about this new Fine Art Picture Box of baby Catalina‘s newborn session. The Fine Art Picture Box showcases favorite images as individual art pieces. Each print is carefully matted under white v-groove mats and is enclosed in a bow enveloped in either silk or fabric. Love, love, love how it shows off this supersweet, oh-so-lovely session.
Summer is almost here and we are longingly reminiscing about the delicious ice cream sundae bar at Lauren and Eric‘s wedding. Mmmmm ice cream.
The first time we photographed Andrea and Carlos was six years ago when he got down on one knee and asked her to be his bride. Since then we saw their super lovely wedding at the Kiana Lodge and even had a blast with them while visiting NYC. That’s how we know that baby Catalina is so super lucky to have landed two such rockstar parents and just how excited they are that she’s finally here.Just look at this gorgeous family.Be still my heart.Catalina has the most striking eyes of all time.Congratulations you guys, we are so, so, so excited for you! Nothing is more awesome than seeing our clients lives change and grow after their wedding day.
What could possibly be better than a cupcake toast?!
Ah, yes, devouring said cupcake.
You may remember Jen and Ilan‘s rockstar Georgetown Ballroom wedding. And already their sweet, stylish baby boy Ollie is one year old! Unbelievable. They marked the occasion with a good times one year session at Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park. Bonus points if you recognize the props from our Facebook post of Jen and Ilan’s maternity session. You can checkout shots of Ollie’s newborn and six-month photos over there too!Just look at that kid!Such concentration for such a serious job.You can’t keep a wild tiger sitting for long guys.:)
We cannot wait to see what comes next with this little dude!
Love, love, love this supersweet moment from Paul and Robin’s engagement session. The flowers, the sunshine, and the mint green siding aren’t too bad either.