Point Ruston Tacoma Waterfront Wedding
It was a beautiful summer day in the Pacific Northwest for this incredible Point Ruston Tacoma Waterfront Wedding. Megan’s bridesmaids were all ready to have a great time!
First of all, Megan looked fabulous in her Olia Zavozina dress she found at Nordstrom.
Since Megan was on one side of the house we had to be very careful Paul did not see her before the first look. Therefore Paul got ready with his two brothers in the living room where there were no girls allowed.
Megan and Paul had a first look on the back porch of the house Megan grew up in. The living room was the best location because you can’t beat the view of the sound.
In addition, you can also see a video from this special moment along with other highlights of the day.
Butler Seattle took care of the transportation needs throughout the day for the entire wedding party. Most Noteworthy, the wedding party made it a party bus! Our first stop was Point Defiance Park for some pictures of the wedding party.
Look at the florals! Aren’t they pretty? Jordan Moll Events was the mastermind behind the design, planning, and floral.
Next we headed over to St. Patrick’s Catholic Church for the ceremony.
Greenery and candles adorned the church aisle.
After family photos we had a chance to take portraits of the happy couple.
I told Paul to lean up on this arch and play it cool. Well done.
Maybe I’m sentimental, but I always find it touching to see the bride being walked down the aisle.
Powerful voices filled the whole sanctuary. The choir was fantastic!
We kept things moving! With four different locations there wasn’t a moment of downtime. Cort Party Rental did all the tables and put up the large reception tent right on top of the splash park.
The bike rental shop was gracious enough to let us take a quick photo in one of their bikes.
Catering was by Gayle Orth, and they did an impeccable job as always. The food looked so delicious.
The beautiful cakes were by Celebrity Cake Studio.
Creamy Ice cream was served by Glass Bottle Creamery.
Integral DJ’s kept the dance floor going for the rest of the night.