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Priest Lake Waterfront Summer Wedding

I’m happy today to be sharing Gretchen and Scott’s gorgeous Priest Lake wedding with you. It’s a celebration of some of my favorite things – love, hanging out lakeside, amazing photography and ice cream. How can you go wrong with that combination? These stunning photos from Mastin Studio literally take my breath away. Which leads me to my next point – brides, if you’re looking for truly awe-inspiring wedding photography, consider film. Film lends a soft, ethereal quality that is timeless and dreamy without being trendy and I’m finding that more and more of my favorite wedding images are shot on film (like many of the photos featured here.) So without further ado, check out Gretchen and Scott’s beautiful celebration…














{Photos by Mastin Studio.}

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Saturday 12th of February 2011

I was wondering who made her dress. I love it!

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Friday 31st of December 2010

[...] there anything as romantic as a lakefront wedding? I love Gretchen’s soft, flowing dress with a lovely sweetheart neckline, and her classic chignon. Paired with Scott’s chic khaki suit and plaid tie, these two are [...]

Natália Fernandes

Sunday 3rd of October 2010

perfect pics, lovely, simple, nostalgic.


Tuesday 28th of September 2010

Love the feel of this wedding, photos are gorgeous, and the location looks dreamy! .-= Kate/MagnoliaRouge's most recent blog post: Tuesday Shoesday =-.

Kirk Mastin

Tuesday 28th of September 2010

Thank you for featuring me. I think you elegantly expressed what I believe. I think film offers timeless beauty in a photograph and it ages well. I prefer it to any passing trend in digital or processing technique.

I offer my brides what I would want for myself, always :)

Thanks, Kirk .-= Kirk Mastin's most recent blog post: Seattle Engagement Photography Denise Matt at Discovery Park =-.

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