Behind The Scenes – Seabrook

Dear Seabrook Team – You Rock! One day in the spring of 2013, Krista Welch of Love Song Photo invited me to team with her and design a styled wedding shoot for Seabrook, WA. Thank you, Krista – its been a super rad journey and an absolute pleasure to work with you. Our goals for the photo shoot were to create marketing material for Seabrook’s gorgeous new wedding chapel / town hall – and also Read more…

Wonderstruck’s Wedding Emergency Kit Contents

Emergency preparedness planners advise us to keep a supply kit on hand of the necessities incase we encounter an emergency such as an earthquake or a harsh winter storm. Well… what happens when something goes astray of your well thought out wedding plans? If Murphy insists on showing up at your fete, shouldn’t there be a Wedding Emergency Kit on hand to overcome potential obstacles? Of course there should be! One of the perks of Read more…

Be Inspired – Fuchsia and Fern…A Mountain Wedding

Smell the pine in the air. Feel the sunshine on your nose. Relish a cold beer. These are the things that remind me of summer in the mountains. Enjoy this vision for a summer wedding on a wooded mountainside. The palette is inspired by the bold greens and fuchsias of summertime blooms and the textures of mother nature. Romantic, rustic, and down-home… this wedding is elegant yet comfortable. Have a slice of pie, and look Read more…

Wedding 411: Technology Etiquette for Your Big Day

Wedding Websites, Facebook, Twitter, Texting and Emailing… these are all great ways to use technology to your advantage to communicate with your wedding guests… BUT the gracious bride and groom must be savvy about when their uses are appropriate, and when its best to communicate the old fashioned way — you know… the telephone, a face to face conversation, or (gasp) with a handwritten sentiment… Keep reading to find out how to make the most Read more…

Wedding 411: How to Forgo the Wedding Dress Woe’s

Wedding dress shopping should be a fun experience, and it totally can be! Here are a few tips I like to share with brides about how to forgo the wedding dress woe’s. 1. Know your price range and stick to it. Try to avoid the temptation of trying on dresses with price tags beyond your pocketbook because you don’t want to set yourself up for disappointment. 2. Create a mood board for your wedding and Read more…