A little history is involved with this wedding. On both sides. Dave is the other half of which introduced me to Tyler way back when. To him, I’m forever grateful and him & Mallory have become such great friends of ours. You may have also recalled him and Mallory’s engagement session last December in an old warehouse (which has since burned down — the saddest story and it still breaks my heart knowing that treasure is gone). Well, go up the street 5 minutes, and you’re here. A beautiful historic property that has also been in Mallory’s family for over 50 years. Her mother grew up here and got married here 30 years prior. Things come full circle and I love it. Couldn’t have been happier to spend this day with friends and party a bit myself. Also. Hands down best food I’ve eaten at a wedding, their caterer was phenomenal.
Thank you to Julia Manchik for killing it second shooting for me. Some of the images below are hers. Also a huge shout out and thank you to Seattle Bride Magazine for featuring this bad boy. So fun to see it in print — and all the hard work is worthy of many eyes.
The Dream Team: Event Planner: Krista Simons, Privé Events // Flowers: Molly Jackson, En Fleur Event Design // Bride’s Dress: BHLDN // Make-up: Sara Rorvig // Hair: Jessica Friedman, Phaze 2 Nails and Salon // Caterer: Ciao Thyme Catering // Desserts: Molly Moons & Bakery Nouveau // Invitations, Paper Materials, Hand Lettering // Marla Moore // Rentals: Seattle Farm Tables, Vintage Ambiance // Music: Austin Beaver