Who doesn’t love a countryside farm wedding outside of Bremerton, Washington? A real one mind you, with actual horses, cows and cowboy boots on a real farm. This was an exceptional one because I had been at the same farm only a month prior and while it’s not uncommon to see the same venue twice in a month, this was a rare case indeed. This farm had only seen two other weddings, first was the mother of the bride some 22 years ago, and second was Sara’s sister Allison and her dapper husband Michael not a month earlier. So imagine my excitement to be able to photograph not just one but two gorgeous sisters one month apart at the same location. We also did a sisters bridal session the following day, but that’s a different post.
Of course, Allison’s wedding was record high temps, so Sara’s had to be the first day of rain in months. That’s fine with us, we love inclement weather. So with hairdryer in hand in case we needed to dry her dress, the ever brave Sara and Levi took to the vast expanse behind the ceremony location for a stunning session before the ceremony, which by the way was infused with hay bales for seats and some classic trucks that you just don’t find down here in the desert. We had some wedding crashing beasts and BBQ to boot.
It was, plainly put, an exquisitely intimate and beautiful day filled with wonderful people. I’m proud to have grown up in this area and it was great to see old friends and make new ones.
Hair and Makeup by Crystal Hart
Coordination by Rhianna/Saving Grace
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