When Christina came to me about her Olympic National Park elopement I just knew I had to be there. Her and Andrew are so in love, and they wanted a small intimate ceremony with only their closest friends and family. We decided to do the ceremony on the bluffs out in Sequim, Washington and then head to Hurricane Ridge in the Olympic National Park for a champagne pop and a sunset to remember!
Shortly after their wedding date, the newlyweds are moving to Guam! This was the perfect way to send them off into their new life together with memories rooted in the Pacific Northwest.
I was so excited when Christina brought out her wedding dress, it was seriously what dreams are made of! While she did her makeup and prepared for the day I stole her dress away for some shots of it alone and stumbled across the perfect a-frame cabin looking shed nestled in the evergreen trees. Is there anything more Northwest than that? With her stunning ring tucked away in the ferns and her dress hung up on the shed, it was the ideal set up for detail shots to remember her day just as it was.
When it came to the small reception that evening these two had a taco bar in a stone castle! How cool is that? The castle was small but beautiful and had the most stunning staircase and loft!
To see the Airbnb check it out here: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/23972473?source_impression_id=p3_1603048233_j5aAU4sN7ftOQ4t%2B
I know their love and God will take these two far, across the world to Guam and who knows what’s next. Congratulations you two, I wish you a world of happiness and love!