Tony & Cameron
This was my second elopement. My first was slightly more traditional, as they got married at the Seattle Courthouse. But this one was the first time where the ceremony, reception, all of it, took place in one area. Bowman Bay, right next to Deception Pass. I asked Cameron why she wanted to get married here, and she said when she was younger she would come to this park, and see the little cabin shelters, and think that this would be a great place for a wedding. Years later she was able to do that with one of the most genuine guys I’ve ever met. Working with Cameron and Tony has been such a pleasure. From our engagement shoot around Pike Place to planning things out. I feel very lucky to have received them as clients.
This day was so simple and pure it was truly beautiful. Big shoutout to Cameron’s Dad for the crab, clams, and muscles. It was so fun to take photographs of a Bride and Groom in bibs. The intimate ceremony took place in front of a beautiful fire place adorned with candles and greenery. Tears were flowing from both sides, but that’s just when you know what was happening was truly striking a chord deep down inside. That or they cry easy. I cry easy.
After we feasted, we went to the beach for some bridals. As you can see, the sun came out and blessed us with a little drama. Perfect timing for the perfect day.
Cameron & Tony, thank you so much for the opportunity you’ve brought to my life and I hope we can see each other again.