opcje binarne darmowe sygnały Good morning and happy first of December! I’m so glad this month is here, especially now that my daughter is getting a little older (she’ll be two in March) and can understand more of what’s going on with the holidays. She is still a *little* afraid of Santa but we are working on it (you should see her Santa photo from last year… haha oh my gosh, poor thing was terrified!)
binäre optionen in deutschland I am currently in the Seattle area visiting my family and am heading back home to Oregon on Wednesday. We’ve had a wonderful Thanksgiving and much needed family time and I am super thankful to have been able to spend a full week here. Today I thought it would only be fitting to share Sarah & Nathan’s lovely Seattle engagement session by Salt & Pine Photography.
Beställa Inderal Here is what Joe & Darryl Ann of Salt & Pine had to say about Sarah and Nathan’s session: “We met Sarah and Nathan for their engagement session at a coffee shop in West Seattle on a very rainy fall day. We sat down for a cup to see if the rain let up, and miraculously – it did! We started off walking the trails of Camp Long, where Sarah and Nathan shared lots of laughs together. It took the two of them no time to get comfortable in front of the camera. We spent sunset at a pier near Alki Beach, before driving into Seattle to go to Pioneer Square. Sarah had sent us a text with a picture of the square lit up, mentioning it might be worth visiting if it rained during their session. We decided to go at dusk, rain or shine, and it was more than worth it! We had Pioneer Square all to ourselves, and it was a perfectly romantic setting for the two of them.”
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I love the variety of the three different locations Sarah and Nathan chose for their engagement session — all so different but all so very “Seattle.” So happy that the weather held out for them and that they were able to get this incredible photos with Salt & Pine Photography!
If you’re in the Seattle area and in need of an engagement or wedding photographer, you know who to call! Did you see this nautical Seattle engagement session by Salt & Pine Photography that I shared not too long ago?
Have a lovely Monday!
My favorite type of weddings to share are ones that have that extra “something” that make them unique + memorable + unlike any wedding I’ve seen before. Weddings that are not “cookie cutter” and that are true to the bride and groom and who they are as a couple. Today’s wedding is the perfect example!
Jennifer and David created a lovely 1930s inspired vintage wedding with a “speakeasy” feel, along with their wedding planner Hannah Smith Events. The bride and groom said their vows at the Marston House in San Diego, California, surrounded by lush gardens and early 20th century charm. Afterwards, the newlyweds and all of their guests were taken back to the 19th century when they stepped on board the William D. Evans, a beautiful recreation of a steamboat from days past. Guests enjoyed an incredibly elegant and unforgettable reception!
Enjoy the gorgeous images captured by Josh and Ariel of Aniko London based out of San Diego, and read on to hear more about the details of this lovely affair.
When your ceremony takes place in such a naturally beautiful setting, you don’t need a ton of decor — I think these simple giant balloons add the perfect amount of whimsy to the lovely gardens where Jennifer and David said ‘I do.’
First look photos are always some of my fave. You just can’t beat that moment of pure bliss and joy when the bride and groom see each other for the first time on their wedding day!
I am absolutely in love with Jennifer’s vintage 1930s style dress, her hair, her makeup… not to mention David’s stylish suit, bow tie, and hair style. It’s all just vintage perfection, really!
I love this next picture… the bride and her father are being escorted to the ceremony in a vintage 1930s town car: “but first, let me take a selfie”
The bridesmaid dresses are also perfection, and I love how their bouquets are all white while the bride’s bouquet has pops of deep purple.
Now on to the reception… say hello to the William D. Evans! What an incredible location for a reception.
And even more stunning inside…
I don’t typically post many black and white photos if I have the choice, but this next shot is pure gold…
… and they danced the night away. :)
A huge thank you to Josh and Ariel of Anika London for sharing this gorgeous wedding with us!
Have a wonderful day and a fantastic Thanksgiving tomorrow!
The talented wedding pros who contributed to this wedding:
Photographer: Anika London // Floral Designer: Cherry Blossom Floral Designs // Event Planner: Hannah Smith Events // DJ: Injoy Entertainment // Design and Decor: Lucky Street Rentals // Ceremony Venue: The Marston House //Reception Venue: The William D. Evans
Today’s color palette was inspired by a little project I am currently working on with a fabulous local wedding photographer. I just love the glitzy, glam feel of the gold sequins paired with the stark white and the contrasting navy. It’s just perfection for a winter wedding!
Need more winter wedding ideas?
Check out these lovely winter wedding cakes, or get ideas for winter wedding favors here and here.
Gold Heels | Cake | Groom’s Suit | Invitation Suite | Mercury Glass Votive Holders | Bow Napkin
Have a wonderful Tuesday! Can you believe it’s almost Thanksgiving!?
One of the best things about being a wedding planner and running a wedding blog is having the opportunity to share the work of super talented people who I get to call colleagues + friends. Today’s gorgeous wedding, captured right here in the Willamette Valley by Gaby of Gabriela Ines Photography, is the perfect example.
Gaby and I first worked together on a lovely peach + gold styled shoot a couple of summers ago that was featured on Le Magnifique. I had a blast working with Gaby, she is such a sweetheart and she’s so talented at what she does. I always love seeing her photos pop up on my news feed, and I was super excited when she submitted Joey and Brinnan’s wedding to me!
Joey and Brinnan were married at the Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farm in Pleasant Hill, Oregon on a perfect August day. Their wedding was filled with colorful flowers, lots of pretty light, and some incredible pink and gold cakes by Soft Peaks Cakery (and of course lots of love!).
LOVE this shot of the groomsmen repping their Oregon Duck socks!
I can’t get over all of those colorful flowers adorning the ceremony arbor… so lovely!
Those cakes I was talking about? Yea… they were definitely show stoppers! Shelly with Soft Peaks Cakery did an incredible job. I have worked with Shelly a couple of times and not only do her cakes look gorgeous, but they are soo tasty as well.
I almost wouldn’t have wanted to cut in to those cakes because they looked so beautiful!
A big thank you to Gaby for sharing this gorgeous wedding with us. Be sure to check out her blog to see more of her work!
Wedding Professionals who contributed to this beautiful day: