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Real Wedding : James and Angela

James and Angela’s wedding was more than just beautiful, it was a very intimate. The wedding was held at a beautiful venue, Tazer Valley Farm, in Stanwood, Washington.

James and Angela truly made this a day to remember. The details of this wedding were well thought out and was very personal to them. The wedding includes a group of friends forming a string trio with a banjo, mandolin and guitar playing old folk songs and singing harmonies during the processional and a well-known jazz choir, who were friends of the bride, singing a Latin hymn acapella as the bride walks down the aisle. In lieu of a wedding cake, their friends all made baked goods to form a lovely dessert table. Beer was provided from a local brewery, all organic coffee  was fromStumptown Coffee and there was a cigarette table with high quality cigarettes.

Family is very important to them and you can see that throughout their wedding. They had their siblings as a part of their wedding party and the groom’s brother officiated the wedding. How intimate and amazing that day was for everyone.

Paul Israel did an amazing job at capturing this lovely wedding. Congratulations, James and Angela! You guys make a beautiful couple!

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One response to “Real Wedding : James and Angela”

  1. I love the clothesline idea. What a simple way to capture memories of one’s life together. This is a beautiful wedding. Thanks for sharing.

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