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This pair wanted a low-key rustic wedding that was focused on spending as much quality time with friends and family as possible. It was kind of like a grown-up slumber party with most of the attendees staying on-site in cabins for the weekend. The venue at this Olympic National Park wedding has a charitable side that meshed with their goals, too. You'll want to see this loveliness.

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Forget wedding photographers: Here's why you need wedding storytellers!

See… the side of effect of Diwas and Sadie's endeavor to build relationships with their clients — typically over food and drinks! — is that they end up being able to catch the very essence of your wedding day.

These Seattle wedding photographers turn into wedding storytellers in the most magical way. Come look…