Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Fall Wedding | Orange Calla Lilies, Woodsy Touches and a Proposal at 11,000 Feet!

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Well, it looks like we have another stunning bride, a handsome groom and another beautiful rustic outdoor wedding to share with you. I love my job! :) I am skipping over a few [equally wonderful] summer weddings to share with you Kellie and Josh's amazing October Wedding at Pine River Ranch because the last of the crunchy red, orange and yellow leaves have fallen out of the trees and the snow is threatening to come down again! I wanted to sneak this fall wedding in before Leavenworth turns white with snow for the next few months.
Kellie and Josh's wedding showcases fall colors, rustic details and it was all captured by fabulous photographer Jadyn Welch. (We'll skip backwards into summer again next week when I am chilled to the bone sitting watching the snow fall and need a pick-me-up!)
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The groomsman wore dark brown tuxes which looked great with the fall colors in the bridesmaids bouquets and decorations around the venue.
Orange Calla Lillies made the perfect flower choice for a fall wedding bouquet
Kellie and Josh took a stroll down to Nason Creek for some beautiful fall wedding shots! They weren't quite as brave as Emily and Ross, who took a dive in the creek during their October Wedding 3 years ago!
We also have a pond with a great little bridge and dock for photos!
Josh proposed to Kellie on TOP of a mountain at over 11,000 feet! How cool is that!?
The trail out to the river in the fall is beautiful!

The sun gods were looking down on Josh and Kellie for their big day. Despite the forecast calling for 100% chance of rain, we only saw a few drops during the day and the sun even broke through at times for some beautiful lighting during the ceremony.
I loved the floral arrangements in mason jars as aisle decorations on the chairs. I thought the pine cones were a great touch that was perfect for the fall!
Kellie and Josh had a unique idea at their ceremony. Instead of pouring sand into a vase or lighting a candle, they each poured dirt into a pot where they had planted a tree!
Being pronounced as husband and wife is something to dance about!
The decorations were very creative and reminded me of the Pacific Northwest, guests got to take home these unique candles.
Their yummy wedding cake was actually a cheesecake (my personal favorite ;) It was beautifully decorated sitting on log rounds
It looks like Josh is transitioning into married life very well ;) I think they will get along just fine!
After their big day, Kellie and Josh retreated to our Bed and Breakfast to start their honeymoon with a relaxing soak in their 2 person jacuzzi spabed and breakfastAs always any Photographers, Brides, Grooms and Family
who would like to share their wedding photos with me I would love to feature them! Just send them my way to ngourlie{at}

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