After months of Covid-19 postponements and cancellations, this sunset elopement at Artist Point was exactly what I needed! Hanging out with Tiffany & Scott (and a bad ass team of vendors) felt like hanging out with old friends all day! We laughed more in one day than I had all summer!
Tiffany & Scott didn’t have guests but that didn’t mean friends and family weren’t included. They put their pups on Scott’s socks, on charms tied around Tiffany’s bouquet and on their cake topper! Tiffany sewed heart-shaped pieces of their moms’ wedding dresses in her dress and in Scott’s suit. They also had their videographer, Green Attic Films, put together a video of messages from all their friends and family that they watched while eating pizza and cake!
After lunch at their cabin, we headed up toward Mount Baker for a mountain-top ceremony. Tiffany had purchased a mermaid-style dress for the wedding they originally had planned and insisted on hiking the 2 miles from Austin Pass to Artist Point in it–Let’s just say, she left us vendors in the dust!
Tiffany & Scott said their vows with Mount Baker and Mount Shuksan as their witnesses! We all celebrated with a White Claws and cold pizza (Did we just become best friends? Yep!) and hung out in the mountains until Shuksan turned pink (If you know, you know!). There are those days that remind you why you do what you do, this was for sure one of them!
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Cheers & happy planning!
Vendor Dream Team:
Planning & Officiating: The Greatest Adventure Weddings & Elopements
Photography: Between the Pine
Videography: Green Attic Films
Florals: Rusted Vase Floral Co.
Hair & Makeup: Anne Timss Makeup & Hair