Seattle Ilama Farm Wedding | Margo + Josh

Yep, you heard it right. Margo and Josh got married on a LLAMA FARM. And I've got to say, it was one of the cutest darn weddings I've ever photographed. However, I don't really think the llamas had much to do with that. Even though they are pretty darn cute, they are also a little scary. Apparently they enjoy eating flowers...out of bride's hair. Yeah. Enough about llamas! Margo and Josh are two of the most sincere and kind people you will ever meet. But because they live in Seattle, we didn't actually meet until the day before the wedding (unless you count Skype?). Honestly, I had no idea what to expect as I got on a plane from Orange County to Seattle. All I knew was that I was going to Seattle to shoot a wedding. And that information alone was good enough for me. But when I finally met them and their two adorable little boys face to face, I knew we would be BFF's forever (okay maybe in my mind). Josh and I were both servers at Buca di Beppo (for much longer than I would care to admit) and that right there is instant bonding material. Then there's Margo, a quiet and sweet soul with a warm heart and welcoming smile. Like I said, I REALLY REALLY adore these guys. And their families were just as lovely.

Their wedding was just icing on the cake. On what HAD to be one of the hottest most beautiful days of the year (especially for Seattle's standard's), their wedding was chalk full of bright colored hawaiian inspired florals and of course my personal favorite, gray chevron (see my website). Not to mention all of the adorable DIY touches made by Margo, her mom, and her aunt. I really can't get enough of Margo and Josh and their darling wedding. In fact, I may just have to move to Seattle to get some more of these weddings. I just need to figure out how to convince Will. ;-P

Then there was the traditional Chinese lion dance. Which pretty much ruined me for all other weddings that DON'T have a lion dance. ;)

Margo and Josh, thank you so much for letting me capture your day. You are both amazing people and parents, and now you get to share your life together as husband and wife. I know you will make every moment count.