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30’s Inspired Engagement Session in Pioneer Square: Kris and Kevin

The first time I met Kris and Kevin, it took me no more than 2 minutes to know we would be a good fit.  Our meeting (if I can call it that), was more like sitting down with old friends- full of excitement, laughter, and a touch of playful banter.  Their chemistry is perfection- I am pretty sure just being in the same room together makes them both giddy.  And when they said they wanted their engagement session to give a nod to that 1930’s style, I was over the moon.  The engagement session is the PERFECT opportunity to think outside of the box, explore what you love, and have fun with your session.  You don’t always need a bunch of props/extras- sometimes a well executed wardrobe and our beautiful city are just enough for the perfect evening with the one you love.

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Seattle Family Photographer: The Frogleys

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My dear, sweet, lovely friend and her adorable boys.

You make up such a beautiful family.  You already know that I adore you all.

Hugs from Tia Kristen!!  xoxo

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Casey + Joe {Seattle Wedding Photographer}

Casey and her ‘maids’ got ready at the stylishly urban Alexis Hotel.  How rad is that exposed brick?  And even better- Casey’s kicks.  She called them her anemone shoes.  Love it!


A family member made these amazing necklaces for the bridesmaids.  And I looooove the clean lines of calla lilies.

Nothing more romantic than a first sight in the middle of Pioneer Square.  There were so many ‘awws and oooohs’ from the crowd.  I thought Joe was going to fall over…lucky man. 

Thank you to the man who let us high-jack his bike cart.  Suhhhhweet!!

Loving those hot pink heels, ladies!

Court in the Square was the perfect venue for the city wedding Casey and Joe wanted- and her Black, White, and Pink color palette was oh so perfect.

Lindeman Weddings and Events had every detail covered (No surprise there!), and I couldn’t believe the amazing transformation.  The entire place was decked out with crystals, flowers, and candle light, and when the sun hit the windows the entire place shimmered.

Casey and Joe wrote each other love letters… but they are keeping them in this sweet box until their first anniversary when they will read them.

That might be the most perfect wedding tradition.  Ever.

Annemarie Juhlian officiated an incredibly touching ceremony, that was perfectly tailored to Casey and Joe.  I’m pretty sure there was not a dry eye in the house (myself included), yet she kept it light and joyful all at the same time.

The walk back down the aisle is always one of my favorite moments of the day…. see why?!!!The roof top was amazing… hope you caught the rest of them HERE.

I don’t even need to say how much I loved the tables.  Seriously?!  Amazing.

And the perfect party favor…

You KNOW how much I love a sparkler exit!Congratulations, Joe and Casey.  Thank you so much for the opportunity to witness this special day.  SO happy for you both.


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