Inglewood Golf Club was the perfect place for Amy and Tony’s wedding. Every inch of this venue is picture perfect, and the same could be said for the bride and groom as well. Both Amy and Tony’s large families fit easily inside this expansive property and I’m happy to share some highlights from their wedding with you today. Amy’s mermaid style gown with soft lace overlay was classic and regal, so I wanted to give it a historic/iconic image to match. Luckily the grand staircase has a rod iron chandelier perfect for a dress photo. Along those same regal lines, her jewelry was fit for a princess, yet perfectly tasteful. I could tell that Amy’s style was glamorous and sophisticated, just like Inglewood Golf Club. Playing up the 1920’s spanish style architecture (something you don’t see a whole lot of in Seattle, or the west coast for that matter) Tony chose to dress in black tie and have his step son and groomsmen follow suit. The bridesmaids were dressed in royal blue, which I though an excellent choice. Their ceremony was held overlooking the pond and the flowing greens of the golf course, but perfectly situated in the shade so guests and the wedding party were all very comfortable. One of my favorite photos from any wedding is a father walking his daughter down the aisle. Notice the pride on her father’s face as he takes her down a short walk towards her future! Amy and Tony were married by their families’s minister who is also a long time family friend. He shared some wonderful advice and anecdotes about the couple that brought tears and laughter, sometimes at the same time. The best part was when Tony took Amy’s son by the hand and made vows to him as his new step-dad. It was easy to tell that they already had a deep and meaningful bond, but the fits bump sealed the deal and made everyone in attendance smile. During the reception the couple changed into traditional attire and greeted guests before changing once again and heading out to the water for some sunset photos with me. Sunset portraits are the highlight of my life and I’m always so happy to include them in a couple’s celebration.
Thanks to Amy and Tony for trusting me, allowing me to “boss” around your many relatives for photos, and for sharing your beautiful love with the world.