There wasn’t a dry eye during Justin & Dean’s deeply personal and moving ceremony. From Dean “We wrote our own vows, making them very personal based on our experiences together. We also had a friend marry us and we had friends speak in the ceremony. It was great that we did not know what our friends were going to say ahead of time – it made it even more special for us to hear their words for the first time in that moment.”
Most of Justin and Dean’s inspiration came from their venue, the Olympic Sculpture Park
. They both love modern design and art, plus the outdoors and gardens so it was a perfect fit. They leveraged the natural setting and allowed it to serve as the canvas, and pulled the surrounding elements into their design. I loved how they used the painting on display inside the pavilion as inspiration for all of their graphic design pieces.
“Standing up with my husband as we’re getting married and looking out at all of our guests. It is such a wonderful feeling to see everyone from all aspects of our life together – family, friends – from all corners of the world. To think that they were all here for us brings tears of joy to my eyes even today.”
“Our first dance was choreographed to “The Best Day of My Life” by American Authors. It truly was the best day of our lives and so many people helped make it special. Special thanks to Brenda, our wedding coordinator and friend, for all her amazing work to make sure our day was perfect. We’d also like to thank Heather and Jon from One Love Photo. They are fun, creative and truly got to know us and captured who we really are as a couple”.
Venue: Olympic Sculpture Park // Day-of Coordinator: Brenda Bloczynski // Catering: Taste Catering // Floral Design: Lola Creative // Ice Cream: Sweet Treats, Food Truck // Music: Windsong Trio // DJ: Leu Jam, David Leu // Groom’s Apparel: J. Crew // Engagement Photos