Nature Bridge Wedding on the Olympic Peninsula
When Crystal and Dylan got engaged they took it as an opportunity to share their love of the outdoors with friends and family… And get another stamp in their National Parks Passport in the process. Together they crafted an elegant affair infused with a fan club of flower girls, traditional Korean Paebaek ceremony and the best nature has to offer.
I’m not sure I’ve ever gone on a hike the morning before a wedding, but there was a sack lunch bar and a beautiful waterfall a hop away from our cluster of cabins, so I went with the flow. It was so relaxing to spend the morning bumping into other wedding guests on easygoing trails around Lake Crescent, with brown bags full of sandwiches and chocolate chip cookies clutched in our hands. After a couple hours of chasing squirrels and staring at Marymere Falls, we looped our way back around the lake and indulged in sunflower butter and jam sandwiches on the docks before catching back up with everyone at Nature Bridge.
Beautiful location and amazing photos :) Well done Kim
I adore your detail shots!!! Awesome!!
The wind in her veil is so so so good. Perfect wedding.
You always have the coolest couples and most fun, gorgeous weddings. This one is amazing!
love you eye for details, beautiful story.
Cute wedding! I love that you caught a bunch of little deer just chilling. And those photos by the water were some of my faves. <3
Geeeeeez. So many beautiful details! But that last shot? Killed it.
Oh Kim, beautiful work. I’m going to stalk your website now, I adore your stuff
Ah the bride looks so so happy – and you’ve got to love that last shot – epic!
Very moody and very romantic.
AAAHHH!!! The baby deer!!!! Totally absolutely crazily in love with them! But seriously, Kim, I love the way you captured this wedding. All of it, the details, the candids, everything. Hugs from a new fan!