Paul and Teena's wedding in Bellevue was one of my favorites last year. It was creative, heartfelt, fun and filled with love. And although it was filled with laughter, a much more serious and profound sentiment was the focus of the day. One moment in particular stopped me in my tracks; the love and commitment was etched into the moment that was unfolding before me, so compelling it was almost tangible. I saw them sharing a prayer before taking communion together, with the sound of their guests enveloping them in the melodic sounds of a beautiful hymnal. I took a deep breath and snapped away quietly, not wanting to disturb the profound moment before me.
I was so glad to be able to be part of this. Not only was their ceremony incredibly meaningful, these two are super creative and had a lot of unique, folksy decor that they put together themselves. If you scroll through, keep an eye out for hand-drawn cards from the bride and groom to each other. Every detail was well thought out and unique to the bride and groom. I admit, I was also a little obsessed with Teena's two piece dress from Sarah Seven. These two and their style was definitely on point.
thanks to Dannie Melissa Wit for helping me shoot this one