When I meet couples for the first time, one of my favourite things to ask is how they met. Usually, I get an answer like "through a friend", "at school" or "skydiving in Central Park". After a few more questions, we uncover more of the story-- how their eyes first met, how they originally disliked each other, how they longed after each other for months, etc.
Anne and Nick? Their story stood out to me. Perhaps you'll see why.
They met at a party. To quote the bride "He was dressed as a corn on the cob. I was drunk, and wanted someone to make out with."
Call it what you will, these two have something beautiful together. All I needed was to see them together for 5 minutes and I knew it was love. A kind-hearted, all encompassing love.
After the story telling, they told me what they had planned for their wedding day. Oh, the location, the decor, the love and care put in to every last detail. I knew I simply had to photograph them.
Anne and Nick spent the last gorgeous days of August out in Sequim, surrounded by family and friends, celebrating their love, and the beginning of what I am sure will be an incredible life together.
Since there was so much goodness to be photographed, I am going to split the images into the day 1 and day 2.
Off we go!