A Small & Intimate Ceremony For a Beautiful Couple and Family…

Posted on May 4, 2015 by Annemarie

You’ve got to love a wonderful guy who fully plans a beautiful wedding day for his gorgeous bride!

StevenShannonJJ And he did so good!

On Saturday evening, Steven married Shannon in an intimate and sweet ceremony that  celebrated their loving relationship and honored Shannon’s son and the family they have created together.

Held in the garden at The Willows Lodge, Steven did everything right – beautiful and personal vows, a violinist for music and a lovely photography team!

Congratulations to a beautiful family!

Randy and LeighAnn: A Tiny Late Night Ceremony With Great JOY!

Posted on January 22, 2013 by Annemarie

I so love Randy and LeighAnn!

They “eloped” to the beautiful Willows Lodge in Woodinville and were married at the magic hour of 10:00 p.m. on a day that held special  meaning to them.

Photographer Jenny Goldberg-George captured the moments (isn’t the photo at the left fabulous?!) and at the magic hour, Randy and LeighAnn exchanged vows in front of the fireplace in the Lodge’s beautiful library.

Tiny weddings are big weddings.  Most people just don’t know it!

Photo: www.jennygg.com   Officiant: www.elopeseattlestyle.com

A Very Sweet & Memorable Ceremony for Kimberly and Eric at The Willows Lodge…

Posted on June 6, 2012 by Annemarie

Kimberly + Eric = Beautiful and intimate ceremony at Woodinville’s Willows Lodge.

I loved the way that Eric looked at Kimberly during their ceremony, surrounded by a few close family and friends, and most importantly, their own son (in the coolest hat!)

Eric and Kimberly made the most out of their lifetime moment.  They lightly personalized their ceremony to reflect their loving commitment and their devotion to their son.  They made a day and night of it at The Willows Lodge with those who meant most to them in the world.  And Kimberly looked so very beautiful in her gown and accessories.

I love a tiny wedding.  Paradox:  what is big is really small.  what is small is really big.  really.