Goof off with two super-fun, suspender-wearing grooms in Seattle

February 4 | mswolfgang  
Photos by: Linda Kahle Studio
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Photos by Linda Kahle Studio

What gets me about Collin and Blayne's wedding — other than the donuts on cake stands — is how frickin' happy they look in every single shot. These guys are having so much FUN: with their guests, with the photographer, and most of all with each other. It just makes my heart burst.

Check these photos out. These are my faaaaaaaaavorites: that little smile as they tie each other's ties. The one where Collin and Blayne sign their marriage license actually made me say, "Awww!" out loud. And the one where they're sneaking into the foodtruck (come on, guys, no shenanigans near the food!).

Groom with suspenders and drink

Groom fixing grooms tie

Groom pinning boutonniere

Grooms chatting with drinks

Colorful pants and socks

Everything is awesome

Ceremony I

Ceremony reading

Lights and colors and vows

First kiss

Black and white hugs

Black and white laughing

Signing the marriage license

Brick wall hugs

Sweet smiles

Party with vows

Bar and watermelon fresca

Doughnuts on a cakestand

Skillet foodtruck

Gonna get some us time

Pewter, mason jars, and burlap

Menu and pewter plates

Toast to us

Vendors

Caterer: Skillet Street Food • Donuts: Top Pot Doughnuts • Event planner: Lovely Events • Photographer: Linda Kahle Studio • Venue: Washington Hall

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  1. Oh my heart. These pictures are so full of love, it's actually making me tear up (not something I usually do to wedding pictures). The getting ready pictures are my favourites!

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  2. I don't know when I've seen so many happy smiles! These 2 guys are gorgeous, and I looove the socks!

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  3. Skillet and Top Pot?! I would love to go to a wedding serving such tasty food! Plus the whole wedding (er, Party with Vows, which sounds even cooler) looks amazing!

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