Jason/Nissana have traveled extensively both together and separately. They have a very similar outlook on life: experiences > things. Naturally, their wedding was going to be a wonderful experience. Scroll down to see both a gorgeous Cambodian Ceremony followed by a classic Western Ceremony and an eclectic mix of both in a reception as well! Thanks to Rebecca Grant (New Creations Weddings) for planning such a seamless celebration! Thanks to all the following vendors as well: Sid Beck (www.sidbeck.com, Video) // Dream Music Project (Ceremony/Reception Music) // Celebrity Cake Studio // Annie Wright School (Venue) // Jimmy Choo (Bride’s shoes) // Indo Café (Caterer)

Colleen/Elliot are super into each other (see photo below 😉 — They got married at their uncle’s house; I’d say it was a pretty epic venue, wouldn’t you? I didn’t stay long enough to see the preacher jump into the pool 😉 but let’s just say we had a blast. These two know how to throw a proper party and they brought all their best friends and family to help them! Thanks to the following vendors for making it such an awesome Wedding! Wedding Planner: Mel Montoya // Floral Design: Nadine @ Studio Fleurish // Video: Amari Productions // Party Rentals: Event Party Rentals // DJ & Sound: Vario Productions

So, Holly, Matt, and I had an Oregon adventure this spring. I took the Amtrak Cascades train down from Seattle > PDX in the morning, met up with them around lunch, started the engagement session at Mt. Tabor Park with a gorgeous old Ford Classic Truck. Are you kidding? A red truck in the woods with these guys? Straight WERKIN IT. Then we moseyed on over to the Oregon Coast; classic Cannon Beach engagement shoot, had a quick bite at the Pelican Brewing Co (highly recommended) before they took me to the airport and I hopped a quick 30min flight back up to Seattle (via my favorite, Alaska Airlines) — Let’s just say it was a LONG, EPIC day to say the least. Scroll down and enjoy!

How the heck do you sum up a wedding weekend like Jeff & Ashley’s? Destination Wedding in Jamaica?! So. Much. Fun. We got to spend 5 days with their friends and family in Montego Bay at the Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall resort, so we got to know everyone well and had a blast lounging in the sun (in the middle of Seattle winter)! Jeff, in his speech to Ashley during the wedding, mentioned something that stuck out to me: “When I found Ashley, I feel like I found my home.” I absolutely love that! Something we should all hope to find is someone we can be completely ourselves with, when all the walls we put up around us come crashing down. Jeff and Ashley, so glad you guys found each other! ☺️👏🏼

Scrolling down you will find gorgeous ocean views, a groomsman selfie, bouquet toss dives and more! // Ashley’s Dress: La Belle Elaine // Ashley’s Shoes: Jimmy Choo // Hair/Make-up (Bride and Bridesmaids): Ashley Smith from Studio 229 // Jamaican Steel Drum Band: Silver Birds Entertainment // Venue: Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall Wedding

Eric and Jordan have known each other since High School and it’s safe to say it shows in the photos. Okay, how many times will I say this, Seattle weather forecasters are the worst! It was “supposed to rain” during the entire photo-shoot, and then we show up, and it’s nice and sunny with a touch of clouds. Towards the end of our time together, the clouds rolled in and it was just overcast (beautiful) for awhile.. Ugh.. I swear, Weather-people in the Pacific NorthWest love messing with my emotions (and other photographers and brides all around the PNW). Had a great time over at the University of Washington, classic Quad Cherry Blossoms (was like Disneyland, most people I have EVER seen there). Then we cruised over to grab the epic Seattle view from Gas Works Park, A MUST for anyone who hasn’t been! Gotta love the Kenmore Air plane fly-by, thanks Eric/Jordan for the epic pics! 🙂