This wedding was such a delight to Photograph! the rustic & vintage touches throughout at such an elegant gorgeous location, Garden Vineyards, they had a beautiful display of old wedding photographs from their grandparents, parents and so on, They featured a wishing tree to have guests to write a wish for them and hang it on the tree. Hanna wore a vintage Wedding ring as well as a grey velvet ribbon around her waist that her and her mother found at a vintage store in Seattle. The floral was tucked in wood pieces, old bottles wrapped in burlap twine, antique glass, and metal buckets. Their color scheme was yellow, grey and some aqua.
Hannah & Kody decided they would like to see eachother before the ceremony in a private setting, I always love when couples decide to do this, not only does it leave for more time to enjoy their wedding after the Ceremony, but it also gives them a more intimate time just the two of them before the day begins.
Now for some fun shots of just them roaming around the beautiful grounds at Garden Vineyards!
Off to the vineyard and it was hot hot hot outside that day yowzas!! I think it hit 106 if Im not mistaken.
Let the ceremony begin!
Thanks to my second shooter for the shot on the left!
The New Mr. & Mrs.!!!
They had signature Strawberry lemonades during their cocktail hour and Im pretty sure I drank a few, they were delic!!
The Wishing Tree
I’m thinking the Koozies were a big hit
because the light was starting to get to that “golden” light we Photographers adore, I asked if Hannah & Kody would like to take advantage of this time and grab some more shots of them, ofcourse they obliged
First dance as Husband and wife, yep this one is a bit blurry and yes I adore them!
I would like to give props to the many talented vendors I had the privilege to work with:
Day of Coordinator: Krystal from Bridal Bliss
Ceremony & Reception Location: Garden Vineyards
Catering: Art of Catering
Makeup and hair: Rebecca Gardner from Face Body Beauty
Cake: Perfection Bakery
DJ: NW Mobil DJ
Wedding Night Hotel: The Nines