Friday, August 31, 2012

Wedding Vows of Craig and Tina Exchanged at Gold Mountain Golf Course

The Pacific Northwest is absolutely beautiful in the summer.  Tina and Craig decided to celebrate their wedding at the Gold Mountain Golf Club.  It is a spectacular setting amid miles of forest.

There are so many scenic spots for photo sessions in the nearby area, including the waterfront.

Tina entered the ceremony site on the arm of her cousin, David.  A beautiful bride excited to be wed.

The flower girls, Cadence and Cheyenne, were quite eager to catch sight of Tina! 
Totally cute!

OK ... everyone was pretty happy to see Tina! 

The wedding colors of vibrant purple created a striking look to the ceremony.

"I give you this ring 
  as a symbol of our vows,
  and with all that I am
  and all that I have, I honor you. 
 With this ring, I thee wed. "


Mr. and Mrs!!!

Then off to complete the wedding photos before joining the wedding reception.

Smooth road ahead!

Wishing Craig and Tina blessings beyond measure!

The couple had a wonderful "team" to ensure their special day went well.  It included:
Gold Mountain Facility Contact:  Joe Agana  (Absolutely superb service here)
DJ:  Scott Fijolek   (Kept everything running smoothly)
Photographer:  Julianna and Nathan Rennard, Rennard Photography
                          (Thank you very much for the wonderful photographs)
Florist:  Metropolitan Market
Planner:  Gina, Craig's Cousin

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Monday, August 27, 2012

Wedding Ceremonies Which Include Children

Meet Katie, Nick and their son, Henry!  We got together recently to plan their upcoming wedding.  It will be a garden ceremony with family members only, followed by a reception for friends.

Of course, the ceremony will primarily celebrate the love Nick and Katie share.  I love that they will enter the ceremony as the couple who they already are, preceded by Henry.  We are planning the wording to include wedding vows, as well are parental vows.  (Isn't that great?!)

You'll be seeing more as their wedding day arrives.

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Sunday, August 12, 2012

A Beach Wedding for Megan and Derek

Summer in the Pacific Northwest ... it is certainly the best time for a beach wedding.  Derek and Megan were so fortunate.  Their weather for their wedding was spectacularly beautiful!!!

A mutual friend hand painted the
white Converses they both wore!

he sand-and-sea was the theme.  Love the sand- colored suits, the sea blue ties and accents, the venue itself -- The Edgewater House in Olalla. 

was introduced to the bride and groom through Julie and Charlie, who Kent officiated for three years ago.  (I still have their wedding program -- it was unique and beautifully crafted.)  It was so good to see them and, better yet, to see how happy they continue to be!

This was my first wedding at The Edgewater House.  It truly is at the edge of the water and very beautiful.  Here is an overview of the ceremony site.

I found the arch constructed of driftwood to be charming.  Megan and Derek decided to use beer that had been brewed by a friend for the unity ceremony.  (It was quite good!)

ater in the evening, can't you just imagine a fire on the beach.  Some s'mores, some stars, some sweet sounds of the sea.

There are two houses to make the day comfortable.  In fact, Megan stayed there the night before the wedding which really contributed to a more stress-free wedding day.

And, can you believe how big this swing is?

I'm always interested in the dessert choice.  Here they are:  a collection of yummy cupcakes.
Wishing Derek and Megan decades of happiness and health and all good things!!!
ooking forward to seeing the photographs of Jessica Oyanagi.  They're going to be wonderful.

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