David and Torrie had a stunning rustic woodsy themed Enumclaw Field House Wedding. I have actually known David, the groom, and his family since middle school and so it was an honor to get to document him marry the woman of his dreams! These two are SO perfect together. They are constantly making one another laugh with their little inside jokes or simply being silly together. I loved watching them interact together and capture these little moments of them secretly watching the other one with a look of complete admiration. I loved all of the amazing rustic details with candles overflowing everywhere. Their dessert bar and meat and cheese bars were not only stunning but delicious. And I loved that when they exited they used candles for the sendoff!
Their Rattlensake Lake engagement photos are a must see as well!
How did you two meet?
We first met in 7th grade. Didn’t really hang out but we knew of each other. David moved to Des Moines in 9th grade and I stayed in Kent. We didn’t talked again until I was in my Junior year at Central. David was interested in joining the track team there and he knew that I was already on the team. I ended up giving him my number in case he came out to visit and ever since then we have been together!
Tell me about the proposal?
August 17th and we were hiking on Mt. Rainier, specifically the Lake Mowich to Lake Eunice trail. We love to hike and be active and this hike is a beautiful one! (highly recommend it). We hiked up to the top of the fire look out and he took me down the ledge a bit. It literally was like a peek at the top and dropped down on either side. He asked me to get out the protein bars be brought up and he said he wrapped them an extra t-shirt he brought. When I opened the t-shirt there was the ring! Funny thing is it wouldn’t fit since we had been hiking but I was able to put it right now once we got down to the car :)
I would love to hear about your vision, the unique details that you infused or any DIY projects that you did for your wedding.
Well you know…I was able about rustic woodsy. I wanted to keep cost low so I collected wine bottle throughout the year and used those as candle holders then I stalked Craigslist for free wood since I wanted to pile ivory pillar candles on top of them. Then I just used what I had and could make that tied in the PNW feel.
What was your wedding theme?
What colors were used?
evergreen, taupe, navy, burgundy
Favorite detail/decoration from your wedding?
I loved the ivory candles on top of the wood stumps