Here's what we're doing to keep you and your loved ones safe.

If you are wondering how you can still say your “I do’s” or capture important milestones in your life amidst COVID-19, we’ve got you.

A groom and his father during their Washington coast intimate wedding.

We are very committed to keeping everyone safe during this time, for ourselves, our clients, the community, and the world at large.  

It’s a big burden and it falls on all of our shoulders right now. We want to make it clear to any of our clients and future clients that we are taking precautions and staying within the governments regulations.  

Some basic guidelines we follow are:

-regularly sanitizing equipment

-maintaining social distance and staying at least 6 feet apart (using lots of zoom lenses haha)

-shooting outdoors as often as possible

-wearing masks

As policies and procedures are constantly changing and evolving, we’re committed to keeping up to date with the most relevant information. We will be regularly updating this page.

We are more than willing to go the extra mile so that you feel safe.

If policies are lifting and you still aren’t comfortable, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us and let’s start a conversation. Safety and comfort are top priorities to us.

And if you haven’t already considered it, eloping is probably the best option right now for a socially responsible wedding. Plus it’s pretty badass.

Check out our blog post all about different wedding options during COVID-19/Coronavirus

A bride and her parents during her Seattle, WA intimate wedding

Through all this, this is what we want you to remember:

We want to offer some encouragement to all the couples who have had to postpone their wedding plans. We encourage you to not feel any guilt or shame over feeling sad about your day having to be postponed. It’s real, and it’s healthy to name it and grieve it. Everyone is going through their own share of difficult things, but that doesn’t mean your struggles are any less valid. 

We also want to say that your day will come. You might have to rearrange some things, or it may look entirely different than what you originally planned for, but it will come. We encourage you to use this time to really reflect and look at what matters most to you and your loved one. Come out of this with the strongest sense of what is important to you & yours. 

Lastly, we encourage you to look at this as a postponement and not a cancellation. Try not to let the sadness of the situation going on in the world snuff out the joy of getting to marry your best friend. There will be an end to this. You will have an incredible day when it does come. We’re here for you, and we’re in full support of making your dreams happen.

Dates, locations, etc are all fun of course, but the core of a wedding is promising to chose to love one another through the good and bad. Lean on each other and live that out now. You won’t regret it.

Feel free to reach out with any questions

and let’s plan something cool.

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