High-five a guest at this couple's distillery wedding in Seattle

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Photos by Tracie Howe Photography

Double the brides meant double the proposal stories for Kathryn and Jennifer's wedding last summer. Photographer Tracie Howe let us know that the couple met online (just before Kathryn closed her dating account!), proposed to each other, and got married at the Fremont Mischief Distillery. Apparently it was the distillery's first wedding — way to take the lead, ladies! Let me join your wedding guests in high fives all around.

Oh yes, you'll want to scroll through for that photo: Kathryn and Jennifer's guests celebrated their marriage with high fives. AWESOME. Also awesome are their matching bouquets and their complementary dresses (one worn with blue heels, the other with cowboy boots). But my favorite photo shows how one bride held the mic while the other said her vows. Awwwwww. What an intimately fun way to say 'I do!'

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Vendors

Catering: Twelve Baskets Catering • Celebrant: Amanda Aikman • Cupcakes: Pinkabella Cupcakes • Photography: Tracie Howe Photography • Venue: Fremont Mischief Distillery

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  1. This is sweet, they're so beautiful, the dresses are gorgeous. They whole thing looks like a wonderful day!

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  2. What a beautiful fun-looking wedding! The brides look lovely, their style is so classic and effortless.

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