I knew that when Carl and I packed up our lives and moved from California to Seattle that starting over was going to be scary, but more than anything I knew it was going to be exciting. It had been eight years since I left Seattle and I couldn’t wait to plant my feet on its moist soil, breathe in that incredible air and begin again. I knew restarting my business was going to take time and let’s just say that patience is not one of my strengths. There have definitely been moments of panic and that feeling of oh my God am I going to make it? As I sit here preparing for Thanksgiving tomorrow, I am so grateful for the incredible couples I have met in the last five months. I am grateful they have invited me into their lives and I am grateful they have chosen me to document their love. I am so excited for what lies ahead and how our life in Seattle will unfold. So far it’s been a beautiful journey. Happy Thanksgiving, friends.


  • Meghan Coyle - You’re adorable and I knew you would thrive! And you’re right patience is not one of your strengths- maybe New Years resolution ❤️ReplyCancel

I love when I meet couples for the first time and it instantly feels like we’ve known each other forever. When I met Sarah and Sterling I felt like I was just catching up with old friends. They traveled from Florida to the rugged Pacific Northwest to elope at Snoqualmie Falls. Their best friends stood by their side and shared in their sweet day. It was just all kinds of beautiful.