I’ve known Alexis, and have been photographing her, since she was about a freshman in high school. After she graduated she moved on to college and I meet her folk while photographing a job for a magazine. In college Alexis meet Dan. And now I’m happy to say I’ve meet Dan too-at their wedding.
Alexis and Dan were married at a lovely ceremony held at her parents, most-excellent, place in Sammamish. Now as far as ‘back yard weddings’ go this was pretty darn posh. See for yourself.
Alexis’s parents manage a spa in The Woodmark Hotel called North West Face. So they had the all the treatments from the best of the best. If only I wasn’t working…….
Lovely and useful.
Just a small family piece don’t ya know.
Everyone on the way to do photos in the late afternoon sun, well we found some shade, but you get the idea.
Bright direct sunshine can be a blessing or a curse OR an artistic add on.
Amazing details of the ceremony site. Everything was so bright and fun. I just loved the color pallet-yellow, magenta and cyan. Must be from my days as a custom printer.
You know what I say-if your going to do bubbles, do them big. Go for the big guns not those little sissy bottles that nobody can make work!
Moments before the ceremony folks took some calming breaths with the dogs and by watching videos on YouTube.
Just a quick peak’s ‘sall.
I’m telling ya-not a detail was missed or over looked at this wedding. It was shear pleasure to photograph it.
If only I could remember his name. He is their neighbor and he’s just starting his own catering company. I eat a lot of event food and this was goooooood stuff.
Just an intimate little walk with the two of them in the early evening light.
Did I mention she got 2 wedding rings. This set which the designed together and a family piece (not pictured) but amazing as well.
Yep that’s right-they had a bouncy castle at their wedding. And it was fun!
Oh come on, how can you not just love a bride who can smoke a stogie.
If I had had the choice of my fathers vehicles to drive away in, it would have been between a full sized Ford F250 dullie and a John Deer tractor. Nothing wrong with either of those, but it sure the heck ain’t no Ferri.
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