The first photos in this set are going to look a little odd, but it really sets the stage for the pure joy of Page and Stephen’s Rose Hill Community Center wedding. As a joke, Page and their officeint schemed to have him appear in a dress for Stephen’s first look. Everyone in the room had to work so hard to keep from giggling as he strutted up to tap Stephen on the back and the moment excitement changing to laugher upon realizing that instead of a petite woman, he was facing a very tall heavily tattooed man.
Then Page and Stephen had their real first look and enjoyed an afternoon in the sun. It was a time of pure joy to be together and to be with the people most important in their lives as they enjoyed a beautiful winter afternoon.
Both Page and Stephen were a little afraid that they couldn’t actually the vows they really wanted to say in front of the whole ceremony. So, they held a private vow ceremony with just the wedding party and family. There wasn’t a dry eye in the room as they vowed to each other and to Page’s daughter their love, life and how they wanted to continue living together.
After a wonderful sunset along the Mukilteo waterfront, it was time to dance the night away. Thanks to Page and Stephen for letting me be a part of this wonderful evening.
Also, huge shoutouts to everyone who made this day possible:
Photographer: Joe Tobiason
Flowers: Spring Flower co.
Catering: Catering by Tara Helm
DJ: Brandon Ghorley
HMUA: Salon Maison
2nd photographer: Carley Jayne Photography
Joe Tobiason | Seattle Wedding Photographer | Rose Hill Community Center wedding