A few weeks back I had the absolute pleasure of traveling to Seattle, Washington to photograph the wedding celebration of Allie and Chris at the peaceful, pine forest venue of The Lodge at Trinity Tree Farm.

This wedding couple first met through their circle of friends when they were 14-years-old . It wasn’t until Allie asked Chris to the homecoming dance their senior year that their friendship started blossoming into something more. After dating for the past six years, they have lived in Seattle, Washington while supporting her pursuit of her law degree and his engineering career at Boeing. Through all the laughter and support that they shared, it was clear that life was pretty awesome together and they became engaged.

Originally scheduled for 2020, the pandemic forced a year delay of their wedding. It didn’t matter. Allie and Chris relationship continued to grow closer. After a long wait for vaccines to start rolling out, the time had come. Now they were finally able to have a gathering of their closest loved ones to celebrate their relationship in style. We were blessed with perfect 70 degree weather with a beautiful pacific northwest setting canvas where the wedding couple and their guests fine dined, told stories, laughed, hugged, and went full throttle singing their hearts out on the dance floor. When they needed a break, the Greener Visuals Photo Booth during the reception was a huge hit in getting people to laugh, play, and create.

This crew didn’t hold back.

You could feel the warm embrace and excitement of everyone in attendance. Everyone was just thrilled to be amongst one another’s company. A loving tribe reunited once again. It was so wonderful to be a part of.

Here are some favorite photos made from their wedding day. I’m so excited for these two! The wait for their big day was well worth it. It was an honor to document their wedding festivities and I wish them a lifetime of happiness together! Congrats to the newly weds! -M

To view all of their wedding photos, click here to view the full gallery.

Comments

comments