My first ever content day at Fort Ebey! Wow!
I cannot believe this day actually happened. All of the vendors involved in this day made it so magical. Especially Aisle1. Taylor and Jane literally brought my dreams to life. We started planing this months beforehand. I gave them all of my inspiration and they ran with it. Every bump in the road that we hit these girls solved and I am seriously so thankful. All of the vendors that Aisle1 found for this day we so amazing. I could not recommend each of them enough.
For my first content day I wanted to choose a stunning Washington location that was not overused, but also easy to get to and photograph (permits can be hard in national parks). After doing a little research I came upon Fort Ebey and Ebey’s Landing on Whidbey Island. These beautiful spots are Washington’s little pocket of Southern California, which I am obsessed with.
In terms of style I wanted something very modern, clean, and romantic. Taylor and Jane 10000% delivered. The shoot included a tablescape, ceremony space, cake, a fun mirror to play around with, and a paper good/detail station. I also had one bridal couple and one casual couple. It was so fun to meet all of the photographers that came from all over. The only thing I wished I would have done is given myself more time to talk to them more! Hosting your own content day is no joke, I honestly think it was way more tiring than shooting a 10 hour wedding, but it was so worth it.
I hope you enjoy the Fort Ebey elopement portion of my content day! See the couple session portion here!
Casual couple: Mia and Leon
Bridal couple: Anna and Kevin
Hair and make-up: Zo and Co Styling
Florist: Bleedfoot Florals
Ceremony back-drop design + construction: Back Country Bohemians
Rentals: Set the Table Party Rentals, Fiona Louise Design and Wander Event Rentals
Desserts: Birch Bakery
Stationery: Love Fern Design
Dress: The Dress Theory Seattle and Alexandra Grecco