During John’s dad’s toast last night, he brought up that Ciera and John had waited a year for yesterday to happen. They did it because it was vital that they celebrate with each of the folks in the audience. It was a beautiful moment of community and intentionally surrounding yourself with the people who matter the most.

The best and hardest part of COVID postponed weddings is saying goodbye to couples. I have been working with Ciera and John for almost 3 years now. I am so thankful for their attitude, their dedication and all the work they put in to make yesterday a reality. There is a big part of me that is sad their wedding is no longer on the horizon.

But, it was a day that we’ll never forget. From the beautiful getting-ready space full of laughter (and bottles of Pedialyte) to their portraits in Pioneer Square. It was a morning of just joy. After a quick Chambong, we headed to the Olympic Sculpture Park for a wedding surrounded by friends, family, and a dance party of pent-up celebration for this fully vaccinated crowd.

wedding dress hangs on the wall during olympic sculpture park wedding in seattle
bride and groom pose by building in pioneer square of seattle
bride walks down the stairs during olympic sculpture park wedding in seattle
bride and groom walk through pioneer square of seattle before wedding
bride and groom laugh and walk together during olympic sculpture park wedding
olympic sculpture park wedding ceremony
first kiss at olympic sculpture park wedding
couple kisses between art at olympic sculpture park wedding
couple dances during olympic sculpture park wedding

I also want to take a second to thank the teams who made this day possible:
Planning & Coordination: Candice Luth Events
Venue: Olympic Sculpture Park
Catering: Shooby Doo Catering
Florals: CMS Floral Design
DJ: Magnolia Rhapsody
Doughnuts: Top Pot Doughnuts
Getting Ready spot: Designer’s Historic Loft in Pioneer Square
HMUA: Offwhite Makeup and Beauty

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