#DeadlystCatch2017 at Brookstom Creek

Kaycie and Chris's wedding, complete with fishing details was gorgeous.  In Western Washington, it was in the 90's in the days leading up to the nuptials and smoke from wildfires in Canada was creating this weirdly gorgeous haze (well, I thought it was gorgeous).  The day of the wedding, the smoke had begun to clear up but there was just enough to create a gorgeous hue in the sky.  The outdoor venue, Brookstom Creek, was perfection poised to embrace the beauty that nature had to offer that day.  From the #DeadlystCatch2017 hashtag to fishing rods at the entrance to the venue and on the pretty pergola for the ceremony all the way down to the boat filled with ice and beverages and lures on the gentlemen's boutonnieres, the couple's love of fishing touched every aspect of the day.

Despite the crazy heat, bugs making their home in the toulle of the wedding dress, and the groom who didn't know he needed to write vows until about an hour before the ceremony, this wedding came together perfectly to reflect the love Chris and Kaycie have for each other.

Congratulations on the beginning of your lives together, Mr and Mrs Deady, I mean Deadly....er...um....Deady  ;)


Dress: David's Bridal

Venue: Brookstom Creek

Cake: A Taste Of Heaven

Special Thanks to Kaylee Mae Photography for her superb second shooting skills.

This blog post can also be seen at https://steemit.com/wedding/@ilovedietcoke/a-wedding-with-a-catchy-theme