Blake and Berlyn’s wedding day at her family’s property in Stampede Pass, Washington was intimate and dreamy. They invited guests to camp under the stars after a ceremony and reception to remember! Although we weren’t there to experience this bohemian wedding day, Shana Bailey Photography did an incredible job telling the couple’s love story in photos.
Berlyn wore a modern Grace Loves Lace gown with flirty sleeves perfect for pictures. Probably our favorite wedding day detail was her hair, wispy blonde curls pined back and decorated with wildflowers. A breathtaking collaboration between Andrea Keene (hair) and Chrissy Hitchcock (florals). The groom wore a wide brimmed hat and matching slacks, and looked handsome as he waiting anxiously for his bride and their first look.
What a stunning property! The bride and groom take us on a tour of the rolling hills and waterfront mountain views before their intimate ceremony. A beautiful flower covered wooden arch framed the spot where Blake and Berlyn would be married, sharing vows in front of their family. Bridesmaids wore silky rust dresses from Leave Her Wilder that complimented their purple wildflower bouquets. Every little detail was a nod to the nature that surrounded them.
The reception was packed full of fun. Food trucks, a live band and guests in costume. The bride rocked a ribbon decorated tambourine and the two had a chance to sneak away for golden hour, before coming back to share Moonie Icy Tunes. What more could you ask for on your wedding day? Breathtaking views and a party like no other!! Congratulations to Blake and Berlyn!! We wish you a lifetime of dance parties and sweet treats. Welcome to Married Life!!
Photographer. Shana Bailey Photography
Dress. Grace Loves Lace
Hair. Andrea Keene
Makeup. Erika Hamilton
Flowers. Chrissy Hitchcock, Daughters Tanna & Jamie
Bridesmaids. Leave Her Wilder
Ice Cream. Moonie Icy Tunes
Food Trucks. My Sweet Lil Cakes and Chomp Next Level Burritos
Beer. Hodgen Distributing
Wine. Echo Ridge Cellars
Band. Chrome Molly
Second Shooter. Jordan Uhlman