There is no right way to have a wedding.
Or wrong way to have a wedding.
As I’m fond of saying, “this is your wedding and what is right and true for the two of you.”
So, today, on this festive last day of June, I celebrate some of my couples of June and May.
You’ve got to love Brandt and Anita, married in most elegant style at the Four Seasons Hotel. (photo: left)
It takes a village to keep up with the fun-loving and fabulous Shaugn and Whitney, so festively married at The Canal!
Bruce and Karen traveled up from Portland to be married at The Salish Lodge, in an intimate ceremony of family and friends. Michael and Jamie eloped to The Willows Lodge with their parents and two sweet pooches. And the very lovely and inspiring Kim and Dan, who share a love of running and community service, were married at the most fabulous of venues – Farestart in downtown Seattle
The Seattle Water Taxi hosted Jennifer and Crystal’s wedding ceremony on one fine Wednesday morning on the 10:30 a.m. sailing. Josh and Janice were married with their children and witnesses – so happy to have their perfect family ceremony at The Willows Lodge.
Amy and Andrew threw a gorgeous celebration after they were married one fine Friday evening at the Arctic Club Hotel. While on the same weekend, Johnny and LaDonna held their wedding at The Edgewater Hotel, so lots of laughter and such fabulous family!
It was a celebration of all things Turkish for Levent and Esin, married in a multi-cultural ceremony at the Mayflower Park Hotel. And it was an inter-faith ceremony for Kapil and Sarah at The Salish Lodge, celebrating their Hindu and Christian traditions.
Ian and Lauren came down from their new home in Calgary, Alberta for a gorgeous evening of love, friends and family at The Palace Ballroom. And Steve and Juanita flew from Hawaii, joined by 40 friends and family, for their destination wedding at The Space Needle.
Wunmi married the love of her life, Jason, at The Salish Lodge before her new husband shipped out the next day; she begins the sacrifice of loving a guy who is serving our Country. Grant and Kayla lit up the Chapel on Fox Island with their country chic wedding with fabulous box lunches for 75+ people!
Photo: Brandt & Anita(6/28/14 – Four Seasons Hotel. Photo: Alante Photography)