Artist Point wedding | David & Michelle

It’s been what feels like forever since we woke up at 2 am for David and Michelle’s North Cascades elopement session. But, it kinda has been. And through that, it made everyone who was at their wedding (myself included) even more excited to get to finally see these two actually get married.

We met up for a first look along the Mt Baker highway and then headed up into the North Cascades for their elopement at Artist Point. It was a joyous trip up in the bus. I think everyone hoped that we’d pop out of the clouds for a sunny ceremony, but in true PNW fashion, the entire Artist Point ridge was caught right in the middle of a cloud.

But, that didn’t damper any spirits. Rather, the white-out conditions created a magical feeling of intimacy and solitude that you had to be there to experience. It felt that David, Michelle, and their guests we the only ones on the peak that day, holding their intimate moment whose fleeing memory can never truly be shared.

first look outside a frame cabin at mt baker in north cascades
first kiss during artist point wedding at mt baker
bride and groom at artist point wedding at mt baker in the north cascades
bride and groom sit on a rock during their artist point wedding
bride stands together in the fog for her artist point wedding in the north cascades
bride and groom walk through the fog on their artist point wedding
bride and groom hold dress in the fog during artist point wedding
bride and groom laugh after artist point wedding

Thank you so much to David & Michelle for everything they’ve done to make this day happen. You’re wonderful souls and it was a dream.

Thank you also to the teams who made this day possible:
Reception venue: Wandering Waters
Bus to mountain: Baker Bus
DJ: GMB Entertainment
Flowers: Free Range Flowers
Catering: Calypso Kitchen
Cake: Raised Cakes
Dress: Brides for a Cause
Coordinator: Mari Cannon
Makeup: Dakota Elizabeth

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