|A mutual friend hand painted the |
white Converses they both wore!
The 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.
I 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!)
Later 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?
Wishing Derek and Megan decades of happiness and health and all good things!!!
Looking forward to seeing the photographs of Jessica Oyanagi. They're going to be wonderful.
If you are planning a beach wedding in the Great Seattle area, please give us a call at 206-789-9788 or through our website: www.aheavenlyceremony.com.