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Welcome to the 2014 edition of Wallflower Photography’s Best Of The Year blog series! Every year in early January, we run a series of three blog posts to show off the best of our wedding photojournalism, wedding portraiture, and engagement portraiture from the year that just ended. This is Part 3, Engagement Portraiture, which includes […]

Amanda and Frank’s wedding marked the first time we got to photograph an event at a beautiful Tacoma wedding venue that we’d driven past a hundred times before: the Weyerhaeuser Estate. It’s only a couple miles from our home and studio, and right on our favorite route to Point Defiance Park, where we frequently go […]

Susan and Roger’s wedding gave us the long-awaited opportunity to photograph in one of the most magnificent of Tacoma’s excellent collection of historic churches: First Presbyterian Church, located just a half-mile from our studio on a prominent corner in the Stadium District. Indoors and out, it didn’t disappoint! After getting ready in separate rooms on […]

Just a few weeks before their April wedding, I met up with Susan and Roger at the Washington State History Museum in downtown Tacoma for their engagement portrait shoot. Our destination was the Museum of Glass and its surroundings, but the WSHM also has great architectural details to play with, as in the photo at […]

We’ve photographed well over a dozen summer weddings at Thornewood Castle over the past few years, but Shirley and Nick’s wedding, taking place within two weeks of Christmas, gave us a look at the place in a different season. Owner Deanna Robinson takes her Christmas decorating responsibilities seriously; for such a grand wedding venue as […]

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