Unique Moments Photography traveled to the Sanders Estate in Auburn Washington to capture this awesome wedding for Miranda and Adam. This was a Friday wedding and our couple only had the estate rented from 3-9:30PM. So we had to work fast but we managed to capture some great images at this wedding that had a larger bridal party and extended families.

As with all of our weddings, we want to be able to tell a story with the images we capture and we want the bridal party and families to have fun while we do this. This absolutly happened with this wedding and we were honored to be a part of this one. The Sanders estate is beautiful and it is set up to capture outstanding imagery for families that want an outdoor style wedding. The getting ready areas are beautiful as well as the grounds for capturing pictures. It is one of thoseĀ  “Cant Miss” venues for experienced photographers who can capture great images under any lighting condition.

This wedding had it all and it was captured in 6.5 Hrs. This was our base package. The images captured tell a great story so we are hoping the families will create an album for the couple and put it all together in a keepsake album. Its one of the great wedding stories that we have captured for 2018 season and we are very proud of the results.

Enjoy the images and the story of Adam and Mirandas Big day. They have it all going for them. Great supportive families, awesome bridal party with great friendships, and a deep faith in Christ that will get them through anything that comes their way. On a side note, wedding do not have to be super expensive and you don’t have to break the bank to have a beautiful wedding. This couple created a wonderful, awesome, beautiful wedding. Our couple stuck to their budget and created a masterpiece. One of our favorites for the 2018 season because we took our base package and created a lifetime memory for these families. Congratulations to everyone for a job well done

Photography by Unique Moments Photography

Venue- Sanders Estate Washington



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