West coast couples: hiring this inclusive & skilled wedding photo wizard will be the best decision yet

One of the OG wedding photographers who made their mark on the Offbeat Bride community is Seattle-based Jenny GG. Not only has she been capturing readers weddings for a DECADE, but we've even snagged her to capture some of our events in the past. She's so open-minded, so ultra skilled, and such a fantastic personality to be around, that hiring her is a no-brainer. You'll absolutely get the most intimate, artistic, authentic, and truly tear-jerking photos you could imagine.

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Don your wings & feathers for this whimsical animal menagerie wedding (with a unicorn first look!)

Amie and Michelle's original plan was to elope in a daffodil field, but instead they opted for a relaxed ceremony in the heart of Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood where personality and expressiveness outweighed decor and tradition. Capitol Hill has a lot of pride around its rich LGBTQ culture and history, so it just made sense for them. The ceremony and reception itself took place at Sole Repair, which is a stunning window-lit urban venue and fit their aesthetic perfectly. Just wait until you see the surprise unicorn first look!

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A modern and edgy wedding at Mr. West Cafe Bar in Seattle

Christine and Eric had a glorious wedding day that was edgy and modern and full of amazing fashion choices. Eric's burgundy suit, though… GAH. Amazing. The day started with a sweet first look under a viaduct where Eric got a bit tearful when he saw how gorgeous Christine looked in her off the shoulder gown. Then it was off to the fabulous Mr. West Cafe Bar for the wedding itself…

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Disney villains meet classic heroes at this high fantasy wedding

I have worked in the wedding industry for five years now and when my partner and I decided to get married I didn’t want anything “Wedding” — so what did we do? We had a Heroes and Villains themed wedding! It was a wedding filled with love and little bits from friends and family. We danced the night away and played games at every table. And in not-so-true villain fashion, I got the girl in the end!