Monday, October 27, 2008

Katie and Andrew's Wedding!

We had a fabulous time at Katie and Andrew's recent wedding... we were lucky to get to attend their rehearsal dinner the night before at My Girl Drive-In, a 50's museum in Kingston, Washington that is hidden away down a little dirt road and was a truly unreal experience!!!

There is an old car museum, a gas station, and so much memorabilia I couldn't believe it! Adam and I were both so impressed with everything.

Katie and Andrew had a DJ at the dinner and everyone had a great time dancing, doing bubble-gum blowing contests, and hula-hooping... it was all such a blast!

Katie's Aunt and Uncle dressed up and performed a surprise skit, it was hilarious! Their two kids even got involved... fantastic!

The day of the wedding was beautiful!!! I couldn't believe it was the middle of October with all the sun! The husband and wife team, Jonathan and Whitney, from Brown Sugar Design created the gorgeous invitations and programs. So lovely...

Thankfully the day was coordinated very smoothly by Stacy Kvam, of SK Wedding and Event Design... I love the photo of her hands steaming Katie's dress below.

I loved the moments below right before the ceremony with Katie and her Mom and Dad...

Katie and Andrew's kiss was perfection, the whole world stopped around them while they were up there...

The hand-made fortune cookies served after the ceremony were fantastic, I had to eat more than one! Thank you to Art of the Season Catering for such a treat!!!

The reception, held at Kiana Lodge, was quintessentially Northwest and just right for the clear evening and crisp air.

Congratulations to you both, have a great honeymoon!!


Melanie and the Boys said...

Great Photos!! I was a bridemaid in the wedding, the tall one, and I LOVED working with Kim. The energy and positive vibe from you both is contagious. Thank you for a wonderful day. Would love to get copies of some of the photos taken, but I will do so through Katie..

Thanks again!!


Anonymous said...

Loved the photos! The capture of light in so many of them was beautiful. And the grandmothers hand held in the brides was so special. Kandace

Shannon said...

LOVE the detail shots :-)