There's something I've always admired about people who aren't afraid to approach strangers to give them a compliment. It's bold, risky and when done right, has the intention of pure, uninhibited kindness. It's beautiful and in this case, opened the door to what's become a great friendship. About 2 summers ago I was headed out to Roche Harbor Resort for a wedding. My team and I we're hanging out on the ferry, enjoying the beautiful view as we sailed through the San Juan Island in the Northern corner of Washington State. I got up to grab some coffee and was approached by a rather attractive and stylish couple. Trevor reached out his hand and complimented my leather jacket. I laughed, as we were basically wearing the same outfit- leather jacket, ripped jeans and suede boots. It was the perfect lead in to an easy conversation. We hung out the rest of the ferry ride and found out we have a bunch of mutual friends and go to the same church, just different campuses. Fast forward a year and a half and I had the privilege of getting to plan and design their intimate, lavender field wedding. Jordan and Trevor are two of the kindest, most sincere people I've met and getting to be a part of this day was an honor. Their love for each other and their community was so evident that night as they each took time to toasts their guests before kicking off a killer dance party. Their wedding remains one of the most meaningful, emotional and heartfelt weddings I've done to date, something that wouldn't surprise anyone who knows the two of them well!
Jordan and Trev, love you both! Thank you for having me part of your wedding day!
Venue: Woodinville Lavender Field | Photography: Sara Rogers Photography | Catering: Deru | Cake: Nu Flours | Paper Goods: Libby Tipton | Rentals: Cort Party Rentals | Hair & Makeup: Makeup With Me