I’m known for capturing those didn’t-know-you-were-there shots and busting a move on the dance floor just to get those perfect candids. I also work with you to ensure we incorporate your style and story into your engagement and wedding photos!
Andrea and Rich had a gorgeous Artist Point Elopement up at Mt. Baker just the two of them. They tossed all their plans of having a large wedding with hundreds of people and all they wanted to do was elope together in the mountains alone- and so they did!! Andrea and Rich kept saying that this day felt like they were free and that’s how I love to describe their elopement gallery. Just free to get married in the mountains, dance around, eat pizza, and make out as the sun sets over Mt. Baker.
Andrea and Rich rented an adorable cabin in the woods to get each other ready, have some cake, and pop some confetti before heading up to Artist Point for their ceremony at sunset. They had their intimate ceremony at Picture Lake and then stopping at Heather Meadows for some portraits, and finishing at sunset and into blue hour for their private vows, first dance, eating pizza, and playing with some lanterns overlooking Mt. Shuksan. It was all seriously the best day and it was such a blast being their photographer and documenting all their “free” moments together. It was so beautiful to see this couple get exactly what they wanted to do together and they are so incredibly sweet.
I loved the whole time they were getting ready in the cabin, Andrea kept calling Rich “Honey” whenever she needed something or wanted to say something to him. It was so sweet and they are seriously the coolest and sweetest couple. It’s so amazing in this day in age that couples can literally run off into the mountains and elope together. There are so many possibilities these days to do whatever you want and I love that Andrea and Rich took that idea and ran with it.
This is how their proposal went down: “Took a trip to the east coast Rich promised in our teens we would take “when we’re 30” because that seemed so far away at the time. We did a bucket list early Sunday run through Central Park the morning of our anniversary. We stopped for bagels and coffee, and slowed to a stroll. Rich proposed during our stroll at bow bridge.” And this is what they love to do together: “Explore mountains, forests, and beaches -play outside. Workout/runs. House projects. Listen to audio books.” Too sweet!
Dress: BHLDN from Brides for a cause / Photo: Works by Sarah Jane Photography / Florals: Every green Bride (Etsy shop) / Cake: Wake n Bakery / HaMU: Beauty by Elizabeth Marie / Officiant: Naova Nuptials: Samantha//
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