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Melissa and Matthew’s mid-September wedding brought us back to Thornewood Castle, our most frequently visited wedding venue. We are so fortunate that’s the case, because this place is just ridiculously photogenic! However, faced with a tight timeline at Thornewood, Melissa and Matthew elected to meet up with us at Chinese Reconciliation Park for portraits along […]

Welcome to the end of our three-part Wallflower Photography Best of 2012 blog series with Part 3: Casual Couples Portraiture! This post includes all portrait sessions with couples in casual, non-wedding dress. It’s the only type of photography we do at Wallflower Photography, other than weddings. That said, most of the photos presented here are […]

Kate and Adam’s wedding at the historic Slavonian Hall in Tacoma’s Old Town fell on an unseasonably sunny day in early June. (If you’ve lived in the Seattle-Tacoma area long enough, you know the de facto start of summer is July 5th, and days like this one are just teasers. So, lucky us!) As they […]

It seems like every year, we’re called on to photograph the wedding ceremonies and receptions of people who are already married. This was the case with the last couple whose wedding we recapped on this blog, and today’s wedding as well. Due to Andrew’s military commitments and their unwillingness to wait to tie the knot […]

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