Garrett and I met Amy & Eddie only a few short months ago. We bonded over some delicious French food at Bastille in Ballard. The connection was almost instant. We found out that we had all kinds of things in common such as our loves for graphic design, non-traditional and very personal weddings, and most of all food. We all LOVE food. Amy & Eddie’s romance started at Whole Foods, and they’re idea of a good time is pouring over menus with interesting and tasty items. Eddie is a chef, and Amy loves to cook. These two are serious about food. Very similar to Garrett and myself, where in Garrett loves to cook and I love to eat (really, I love to cook too, I’m just not as talented as he is).
Needless to say, dinner with these two was very fun. They outclassed us in “foodie-ness” by quite a bit, but we didn’t mind. The conversation was easy. And, who could resist Amy’s adorable smile? We left dinner saying how cool Amy & Eddie were, and that we hoped they chose us for their wedding. And, they did! Lucky us!
We had a lovely time at their wedding. It was set a Old Fort Townsend State Park in Port Townsend, WA. It was a gorgeous sunny day, and absolutely magical. They had a small, but very meaningful ceremony outdoors, surrounded by their closest family and friends. They followed the ceremony up with lawn games, appetizers, sharing a lovely meal with everyone (including us, yum!) and even some dancing. We felt very lucky to have been a part of their special day, and I personally can’t wait to see them again (I get to photograph their new little one, once he or she arrives)!
Amy & Eddie, you two are the best! See you soon (when you are a family of three)!