Moran State Park Orcas Island
This view was voted #1 in the world by National Geographic magazine. I can see why.
Moran State Park wedding party
Here is our version of a wedding guest sign-in book. Everyone who sees these books rave about how great they are. They’re a keepsake item full of your engagement photos as well as your guests well wishes to you on your wedding day. The first page you see here is the cover page. All of our albums are custom made, hand-stitched in Italy with thick lay flat pages. Nothing compares to the quality of these professional albums.
These two weddings are an homage to Seattle Floral and Design.
Lana, the owner, is incredible! She has designed many, many weddings we have photographed. If I posted all of them in this blog I’m sure my blog would explode! We absolutely LOVE working with her!! We would recommend and do recommend everyone to her. Her and her staff are truly creative artists. Their floral arrangements evoke emotion in everyone who sees them.
The yellow flowers at the Salish Lodge wedding were perfect for the grey, stormy day. Everyone who sees that yellow bouquet says it looks like one giant flower! They even had red rose petals on their bed!
At the Four Seasons Seattle Hotel the white bouquet smelled amazing! And look at the completely unique bouquets for the flower girl and ring bearer! Aren’t those cool! And the blue flower wreath for the little girl in the wagon makes me melt it’s so pretty on her cute little head!
Seattle Floral and Design has a high attention to detail, is timely with tight schedules is professional and hard working.
You should hire Seattle Floral and Design for your next event.
Gilded wedding frame of the beautiful Adri and Nick. I absolutely love this 3-up framed collection!
Model in woods, orange kitty in track suit
Here’s our first photo shoot of lady in tulle in the woods. My vision was to have her serenely holding an orange cat (to match the orange flowers). I put out an all call for anyone with an orange cat who could model for us. This lovely lady volunteered her cat saying he has a calm demeanor and could handle it. One the day of the shoot we had her arrive late so we had time to get the lights set up and model all set with minimal stress to the cat. Once we were ready the owner took brought her cat to the site in a kitty crate, pulled him gently out of it. We took a photo of him in her arms. I asked if she had a leash then BAM! the cat jumped out of her arms and took off like a shot! I didn’t see it but I’m sure he quickly ran to a phone booth and changed into his Superman cape or at least a track suit because he was fast!
We spent the next hour looking for him. Finally, a park maintenance guy saw him. He was captured and taken back home safe and sound. No modeling for that guy! We were all completely relieved that he is ok. Stephanie, our model, had blood running down her arms from him scratching her. We had her pose with her arm hidden to not show the bright red blood against the white tulle background. It was quite an adventure! Behind the scenes sometimes make for crazy stories. Thank goodness this one ended happily.