Micro Styled Shoot

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Styled Shoot

A rural town out side of Seattle is trying to put it’s mark on the map, this old logging town is attracting people who are inspired by its historic buildings and feel. Anchor house coffee has been fully restored and the owners mission has been to serve the community. He opens the shop up and serves free coffee every Saturday. The anchor house has also started recently opening up its doors to help wedding couples host their “micro covid” weddings.  Small parties of no more than 50 people can be easily and safely incorporated into the space. Incredible detail has gone into this venue including its live edge bar tables, beautiful chandeliers, arched walls and the moziac tile work in the entry that showcases a picture of an anchor.

The sweet couple we used as models have both grown up in the community and are friends with the owner of the Coffee shop. Everyone  knows everyone in Buckley. We understand the hardships that the pandemic has presented so many wedding couple with so we wanted to show how to do a micro wedding on a budget.  Anyone can DIY with a simple cake and foliage.  Cutting out flowers in your bouquet and just using greens can save you hundreds. Finding a venue to use that is smaller can be a lot less expensive. The wedding dress can cost several thousands or why not try this $50 baltic born wedding dress. We want love to thrive and beautiful reunions to continue.

Apparel: My Tie Shop//Dress Store: Baltic Born//Reception Venue: Anchor House Coffee//Cake Designer: Honeylovesgrizzly//Makeup Artist: Korrine C. Makeup Artist & Esthetician//Hair Stylist: Jackie Peterson//Floral Designer: Leah Erickson Floral//Photographer: Kali Lu Photo

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