Aisling + Ty’s Fox Island Wedding
This entire neighborhood came together to give Aisling and Ty the perfect Fox Island Wedding! I had never even heard of or visited the place until this day and I am so grateful to have experienced its charmingly quirky culture. From the moment I drove past a sign that said, “Fox Island Pass: Elevation 194 feet,” I was pretty much in love. That is my kind of humor.
When I say the entire neighborhood came together, I mean, like, all of it. The following photo story takes place across five different waterfront properties on the same street, all of which belong to the neighbors of Ty’s parents.
I first arrived at the next door neighbor’s mother-in-law suite, which was located on a gorgeous little bay and enveloped in garden. It had everything from hammocks in the trees to curiously friendly chickens. From there, the entire wedding celebration traveled on foot down the road to “Judy’s” house for the ceremony. (PS – Judy is now my brand new life idol. I can only hope to be as beautiful as she is one day). Dinner took place beneath a tent on the lawn next door to Judy’s, and the wide open space with stunning sound views and a peeking Mount Rainier made for an incredible drone opportunity. Look, I could go on and on.. And I will below. Here’s what you’re actually here for: the pictures!
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Aisling and Ty’s Fox Island wedding reception on Fox Island from the sky!
And now for the sunset finale!
But what was possibly the most memorable experience from this unique celebration was evening portraits on the peninsula at House #4. The golden glow absolutely roared through the reeds and I was doing everything in my power to not absolutely lose my mind in excitement and what was coming out of my camera. Then, as if it couldn’t get any better, the moon and the mountain came out in an iconic display. As the sun set and projected a stunning, pink alpenglow on Mount Rainier, a full moon rose.
Once again, the party walked down the street to the next location. House #5, Ty’s parents’ home, was the final stop for the evening, and it hosted the dessert and dance party. It’s been one heck of a year for the wedding industry, but weddings like Aisling and Ty’s on Fox Island have made it incredibly memorable and unique. I am so grateful for the experiences I’ve gotten to live through. I am even more grateful for the creativity my couple’s have expressed as they adapt to the times.