Snohomish, Washington is one of the most beautiful places in all of Washington filled with so many lush woodsy Wedding venues, The Lookout Lodge being one of my favorites with so many pretty spots to make lifelong memories. Tiana and Scott planned most of their wedding amongst covid with the help of so many family and friends. The colors were soft and warm which paired so well with the vibrant greens and rich woods.
Tiana’s family has a strong German heritage so it was important to include details that captured the culture and traditions. German Candy’s and Log Sawing (Baumstamm sägen)
Venue – The Lookout Lodge
Flowers- Seattle Wholesale
Day Of Coordinator- Jamie DeLong (lookout Lodge
Catering- Pompeii Woodfire Pizza
Cake & Cupcakes- Simply Sweet Cupcakes |
DJ Emcee- Pro Dj’s
Hair- Bonnie Roberts
Brides Dress- Romashka Bridal
Brides Shoes- Bagley Mishka
Bridesmaid Dresses- Birdy Grey
Groom & Groomsmen- Beth West
Bartender- Pour Girls & Some Guys
Photographers- Stephanie & James Walls
Log Sawing (Baumstamm sägen)
After the ceremony the newlyweds are expected to embark on their first challenge as a couple, namely cutting a log of wood in half. The bride and groom must saw through the log together, which is set on a sawhorse outside the ceremony venue, to prove their strength and teamwork as a couple.
- Venue – The Lookout Lodge
- Flowers- Seattle Wholesale
- Day Of Coordinator- Jamie DeLong (lookout Lodge
- Catering- Pompeii Woodfire Pizza
- Cake & Cupcakes- Simply Sweet Cupcakes |
- DJ Emcee- Pro Dj’s
- Hair- Bonnie Roberts
- Brides Dress- Romashka Bridal
- Brides Shoes- Bagley Mishka
- Bridesmaid Dresses- Birdy Grey
- Groom & Groomsmen- Beth West
- Rings- Zales
- Bartender- Pour Girls & Some Guys
We started planning Laura and Evan’s Engagement session and they mentioned they wanted to use Evan’s plane for some of the session and it would be the same plane they will do their reception exit in you could say we were excited is an understatement.
Laura has a Bubbly vibrant personality that filled the session with laughing and silly fun and Evan looks at her with dreamy eyes and laughs and leads the way as they start their embark of a life of adventure together. It’s easy to see how amazing their Lopez Island wedding is going to be an adventure to remember.
I remember Haeley and Jason’s engagement session, we had a short window to work with with them both being students at WSU.
It was overcast and rained off and on and was pretty cold, that never stopped Jason and Haeley from smiling and just living in the moment. We talked about the plans for their wedding, and how excited they both are to share the day will all there loved ones.
“I have come to accept the bumpy roads of life; they seem to lead to the best places.” – Steve Maraboli