When two people fall in love, it’s beautiful. When a family falls in love, well, there are no words.
I can’t begin to describe in words how beautiful this day was, the photos below and this awesome video will speak to it’s awe. But the best part of the day, were the tears of joy by all of the families and friends (myself included!) as we watched the formation of a family.
The venue and grounds of Storybrook Farms were breathtaking. The bridal party got ready in the expansive house. There were so many great rooms and spaces within the mansion, and endless outdoor spaces. The ceremony took place just outside of the mansion on a cobblestone patio filled with rustic antique chairs overlooking the farm and vineyard. This perfect evening ended with the dream reception filled with delicious food, sweets, and great music. Kyla + Matt thought of every detail, and reflected their style and creativity.
Thank you again to Kyla + Matt, and your delightful girls, for letting me be a part of your day, and being fantastic clients and friends. Congratulations, and cheers to a happily ever after.
2nd Photographer: Ashley Doedens // Venue: Storybrook Farm // Wedding Planner: Lilac and Lace // Videography: Solefire Films // Catering: Skillet Street Food, Sub-Zero Ice Cream // Floral Design: Contemporary Floral // Decor: Vintage Ambiance, Seattle Farm Tables // Cake: Mike’s Amazing Cakes // Entertainment: Otto-Matic Mobile Music // Makeup/MUA: Off White Seattle
My Dad came into town for the weekend to help my Grandma around the house, so I was able to spend some quality father-daughter time with him, and sneak in some Seattle street photography. It was a lot of fun. I cheated unbelievably on my diet. And we went all over Seattle. I toted my camera everywhere and looked so much like a tourist- I can do that right? Isn’t there a time frame that says I can be a tourist for X amount of time in my new city?
So, where did we go? Kirkland’s quaint downtown (DELISH fried chicken at the BeachHouse aka the old Foghorn), my Grandma’s backyard, Wallingford and Discovery Park, the U-District, Greenlake… you name it, we went! Oh, and we explored BevMo… WOW. Talk about an amazing neighborhood addition.
Thanks for visiting 🙂
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Andrea Guerra is a photographer and designer located in Seattle, Wa. Serving the Greater Seattle area, and Eastern Washington (including Pasco, Kennewick and Richland, WA).