Mallory & Mitch

July 14, 2016

A Fort Vancouver Wedding Hoedown

These two have practically gone on a tour of the West Coast over the last decade. The love story dates back to their World History Class where they met at the age of 14. From there they went to college together in LA and moved up to San Francisco before landing in the Pacific Northwest. According to Mallory, she always knew Mitch was The One. But Mitch says he didn’t know it until she dumped him in college. “I realized I couldn’t live without her!

When you think of high school sweethearts, faces like this come to mind. Their love is playful and gentle. Occasionally timid but most other times rather silly. And most of all, sweet.

During the ceremony they took a seat and let family and friends share stories in lieu of dinnertime toasts. It was the perfect way to include their loving community into the celebration, and let people vouch for the perfection of their union. And there it is again; their sweetness on full display with a ceremony that took the focus off themselves and put the spotlight on everyone that’s been there to see these two become one.

The Marshall House | Fort Vancouver Wedding in Washington
Best Day Ever Napkins | Fort Vancouver Wedding in Washington
Flowers by Hilary Horvath | Fort Vancouver Wedding in Washington






Guest signing the Dictionary guestbook | Fort Vancouver Wedding in Washington


















Bride's entrance at the Marshall House ceremony | Fort Vancouver Wedding in Washington

Bride standing on the steps of the Marshall House | Fort Vancouver Wedding in Washington





















Bride and Groom's first kiss and lavender throw | Fort Vancouver Wedding in Washington
Bride and Groom exiting the Marshall House | Fort Vancouver Wedding in Washington

Bride and Groom riding in a car | Fort Vancouver Wedding in Washington

Portraits around the Marshall House | Fort Vancouver Wedding in Washington
Portraits near the Marshall House | Fort Vancouver Wedding in Washington


Sunny portraits near the Marshall House | Fort Vancouver Wedding in Washington

Bride and Groom standing under a tree | Fort Vancouver Wedding in Washington

Bride and Groom walking through the park | Fort Vancouver Wedding in Washington


































Bride and Groom shoving chocolate pie in each other's faces | Fort Vancouver Wedding in Washington






Vendors & Resources

Venue: Marshall House at Fort Vancouver | Florist: Hilary Horvath | Caterer: Elephants Deli | Dessert: RosyCakes (Formerly known as Vancouver Pie Company) | Live Band: Lost Creek Bluegrass | Hair: Hanna Boggle for D Side Studio | Second Shooter: Vanessa Morrow

 

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Oh Kim, everything about this is incredible. I adore how you see. I really hope we get the chance to work together one day, it would be all the funs, and then some. You are such a talent!

So fun! Love your framing in these!

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