Annie + Tom // Kiana Lodge // Washington Wedding Photographer
A wedding day never quite goes how you plan it, and I think that’s what makes it so perfect, and a story you’ll truly remember. When Annie almost missed the ferry from Seattle to Bainbridge island, the entire bridal party + groom, Tom, was already on the boat, and she made a run for it as the horn sounded and the ramp was being lifted! How dramatic! Thankfully, she made it, and we had their first look on the deck of the ferry en route.
Kiana Lodge hosted the ceremony and reception – a space abundant with summertime flowers, PNW details like a totem pole and a pebble beach. They said their vows under a giant willow tree, shared cocktails with friends on the lawn, and dined + danced in the lodge. The tables were set with mis-matched vintage dinnerware Annie’s mother collected from various thrift shops, and there were pies instead of cake. Everything felt intentional but unfussy, and very them.
Pacific Northwest and Washington Wedding Photographer: Dacia Pierson || Wedding Ceremony and Wedding Reception Venues in Washington: Kiana Lodge in Poulsbo WA || Florist: Garden Party Flowers || Catering: Kiana Lodge || Wedding Dessert: Pies by A La Mode || Music: Blue Wave Band || Wedding Dress: Naeem Khan || Wedding Shoes: Kate Spade || Wedding Party Attire: Jenny Yoo || Makeup Artist: OffWhite Makeup || Hair Stylist: Clare Malarkey || Rings: Mocuin
Dacia Pierson / Eager Hearts Photography is a Destination Wedding Photographer servicing, but not limited to the following: Oregon Weddings, Washington Weddings, Seattle Weddings, Portland Weddings, Olympic National Park Elopements and Weddings. // Also servicing areas including, but not limited to: Palm Springs Joshua Tree, San Diego, LA, Santa Barbara, Big Sur, San Francisco, Napa and Sonoma Valley.// Dacia Pierson is also a Mexico Wedding Photographer, specifically servicing areas like Baja California, La Paz, Cabo, Todos Santos, Valle de Guadalupe, Sayulita, Nayarit, Yelapa, Mexico City, Oaxaca, Merida, Yucatan, Chiapas