Ana & Travis | Wine and Roses Country Estate | Seattle Wedding Photographer

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When someone you adore finds the one who makes their soul happy, yours smiles.

Ana and Travis met at a place both of them grew up visiting, but it wasn’t until a couple of years ago they caught each other’s eye. Travis said the day he first spoke to Ana he thought to himself, “I’ve just met my future wife.” Their love story is the kind that warms your heart.

This wedding day was full of homemade wares, antique decor & heirlooms. The diamond in Ana’s ring is one of three from her great grandmother’s wedding band which were passed down to each sister in the family. The bodice of her wedding dress was handmade by her aunt, who used the same fabric to sew the dear ring bearer’s pillow. As for the florals, all bouquets and centerpieces were made by Ana’s sweet mama.

If you’re a macaron lover like me, you’ll delight in the DIY dessert table featuring family recipes. This couple happened to be wed on shark week  Look for how the groom rang in the occasion and represented their last name!

Cheers to this fun & romantic wedding held at a historic venue, Wine and Roses Country Estate.

Dreamy Wedding Invitation Suite | Something Minted Photography
 

Venue | Wine and Roses Country Estate
Bride Accessories | Davie & Chiyo
Shoes | BAIT Footwear
Halo | Blair Nadeau Millinery
Earrings | Shirli Classic Jewelry
Vintage Coin Cufflinks | The Naked Man
Bridesmaids | ASOS
GF Red Velvet Wedding Cake | Corina Bakery
Caterer | Apogee
DJ | Heart and Sound
Planner | Jubilee Weddings & Events
Hair | Sydney Olmstead with Hillary Faye Design
Makeup | Salon Maison
Photographers | Shelby + Lindsey with Something Minted Photography & Paula from Thisday Photography

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