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We were thrilled to photograph Megan and Duncan’s wedding at Red Cedar Farm. Megan was a student of mine at North Kitsap High School, and it so delightful to see her all grown up and in love! It is like seeing a flower blossom! So sweet!
And Duncan is so sweet as well! She found a perfect match!
Red Cedar Farm was just beautiful. Andrea, the owner, has done a wonderful job with the property. I can’t believe she and her family do all that by themselves!
Even though rain was predicted – it held off and Megan and Duncan had a wonderful day.
Don’t forget to watch the slideshow!








Red Cedar Farm Slide Show


Wouldn’t you know it! Days and days of wonderful weather and then rain on Jessica and Ben’s wedding day! Good thing rain is good luck! These two just rolled with it, however, making their day their own and as special as it could be.
It wasn’t clear how long the union would last when Ben, a logger, pulled out a chain saw to cut the cake! Jessica took one look at that saw and took off! But calmer minds prevailed, Jessica returned and the couple went on to cut their really cool, tree themed cake and have a wonderful evening.

Check out the slide show at the end of the photos!






Port Gamble is such a wonderful place to have a wedding. It almost seems blessed. I don’t think we have ever seen a “bad” wedding there! It just always goes so well! And, with a gorgeous bride and handsome groom – our job seems so easy! Can’t ask for better than that!

Andrew and Nicoya have been together for six years and have a cute little son who helped them celebrate their big day. The groom looked so handsome in his crisp navy blue suit! The wedding party was also adorned in navy blue.

After a short ceremony in St. Charles church, the couple headed to the Hood Canal Pavilion to celebrate! Nicoya went for a simple, but elegant look and pulled it off beautifully!

Congrats to the couple! We loved sharing your day with you!

Don’t forget to check out the slide show at the end of this post!












I just love my job! It is so wonderful to photograph a wedding for truly nice people! Cody, Nick and Aidan make such a wonderful little family. Full of humor and love. It was a joy to spend such a special day with them, and we all had a good laugh when Cody and her son changed the pace of their mother son dance and broke into Nae Nae. Cody could learn some moves from Aidan!
In the middle of a rainy week, even the rain stopped just long enough for the couple to say “I do” and celebrate at Gold Mountain Golf Course. We wish them lots of rainbows in the future. We could not be happier for them.Gold-Mountain-Wedding_0093












If it is true that rain on your wedding day is good luck, then Chris and Missti are going to have some awesome luck! Just as they started their “First Look” the rain started coming down sideways! It was really coming down for a while there, but by the time they said “I do”, the sun broke through and gave us a wonderful evening. Let’s face it, any day two people in love say I do, is a wonderful evening!








After eight years of sharing the ups of downs of life, Tristan and Raleigh shared a beautiful wedding day in Port Gamble. The two made sure it was a fun filled day for themselves as well as their guests. After a ceremony filled with laughter and smiles, the lively group donned light up glasses and necklaces on the packed dance floor to celebrate the day!

There were many unique touches made by the bride and her friends, including the paper flowers that were used for everything from table decor to the bouquets, and were stunning! The brides bouquet included a memorial to her sister as well. Her sister had made dozens of paper stars years ago, and Raleigh and her mom incorporated the stars as well as a cameo into the bouquet! So beautiful!

The couple picked awesome wedding vendors to make sure their day went well. It was a joy to work with this wonderful team including Karen Guyt at Studio G Events, the wonderful caterers Essence of the Thymes and one of my favorite DJs, Jerrod from GenX Productions.

It was a good, good night!

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It was a beautiful day, with a beautiful setting and an absolutely beautiful bride! What more can anyone ask? Our friends Kily and Patty went all out for their daughter’s wedding and did a total remake of their backyard. They turned if from a scraggly weed covered sand box to a lush landscaped terrace and lawn, perfect for the wedding of Brittany’s dreams. Brittany wanted a rustic wedding in the woods with the reception on the lawn. So her parents cut and cleared for weeks, watered the new sod twice a day, scarred off the raccoon family that tore up the sod and set up a romantic, beautiful setting for the big day!
Special moments besides the ceremony were Brittany dancing with her grandfather, and then with her great grandfather, who still could cut a rug even in his nineties!
So Brittany got the wedding of her dreams to the man of her dreams. Well done, everyone! It was a very beautiful day!
Make sure to check out the slideshow at the end of the photos!

Bremerton wedding portrait

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Seabeck portrait

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Bremerton portrait

Seabeck wedding portrait

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Port Gamble is always such a beautiful place for a wedding and Stuart and Stephanie somehow made it even more beautiful! We met this sweet couple over a year ago, so they had lots of time to plan their dream wedding. It was extra special because they got to include their girls in the day! Four girls! Stuart definitely has his hands full with these feisty beauties! Lots more excitement to come for these two! We are honored to be part of their day!
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Kitsap Bride and groom portrait

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Years ago there was a beautiful garden in Kingston called Herronswood. It changed owners, fell into disarray and was abandoned for a time. Then it was purchased at auction by Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, and a rebirth of the landscape began, just in time for Eric and Natasha’s wedding!

The couple and their guests enjoyed the beautiful forests and formal gardens for their cozy ceremony, then went on to Point No Point Casino for their reception. The casino venue which can hold a large crowd, opens up a whole new option for couples in Kitsap County. It was perfect for Eric and Natasha, the sweetest couple ever!

We had a great time getting to know this couple and their families. I loved Natasha’s humor and the way Eric’s face lights up when he looks at her! So awesome!

Here is a little peek and a slideshow to give you the feel of the day!

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All the time and energy John and Teresa put into making their backyard ready for their wedding day was worth it! John spent hours clearing paths and making romantic outdoor rooms for the two of them, just we could get some beautiful photos! Love it!
An awesome group of friends and family came to celebrate with the couple and support them on their big day. Awesome weather! Awesome friends! And an awesome couple! Congrats to John and Teresa. Port Orchad Wedding Photos

Bremerton portrait

Bremerton portrait

Bremerton portrait