Whidbey Island Wedding

Erik & Angie | Crockett Farm | Whidbey Island Wedding Photography

Erik & Angie | Crockett Farm | Whidbey Island Wedding Photography

Everything about this Whidbey Island wedding ceremony was magic.  From Angie & Erik's first look deep in Fort Ebey's beautiful forest, to their I-Do's at the historic Crockett Farm in Coupeville, the whole day just transitioned from one memorable moment to the next.  The couple exchanged private letters with each other before walking down the aisle and becoming husband and wife.  Guests drank signature cocktails and played lawn games before creating custom hamburgers catered by Front Street Grill.

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Rosario Beach Romance | Roman Inspired Wedding Feast | Anacortes, Washington

Rosario Beach Romance | Roman Inspired Wedding Feast | Anacortes, Washington

Last night's stylized session was a dream come true!  A few months ago my wildly talented photographer friend Kim (of The Big Day) and I were catching up at Whibey Coffee, and a vision of collaborating on a Roman inspired wedding shoot began to evolve.  We imagined the rocky cliffs of Rosario Beach and a beautiful bride in a gorgeous flowing gown standing upon the rocks at sunset...

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Tiffany & Jon Married at Sea | Whale Watching Wedding off the San Juan Islands | Anacortes Wedding Photographer

Tiffany & Jon Married at Sea | Whale Watching Wedding off the San Juan Islands | Anacortes Wedding Photographer

Talk about the epitome of the PNW at its finest!  Usually the turquoise waters surrounding our island are in the distant background of photos, but for this maritime wedding, it set the scene for one of the most unique ceremonies I've photographed.  Tiffany and Jon celebrated their I-do's surrounded by their closest family and friends on a whale watching tour boat docked out of Anacortes.  For about 3 hours we cruised the open waters, passing bald eagles and various densely forested islands I didn't even know existed, until we came to a stop to watch an orca pod breaching and tail slapping in the distance and eventually coming right alongside the boat. 

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