Kaitlyn and Dustin’s casual microwedding proved that you don’t need a fancy venue to have an epic wedding day! These two celebrated their marriage with their closest family and friends in one of the most laid-back environments: a local pizza bar! Keep reading to learn more about how these two incorporated personal touches to add a little extra magic to their day!
When it came to planning their wedding, Kaitlyn and Dustin simply wanted a fun and casual wedding day focused on beer and pizza! They planned a small short ceremony in Wapato at Hoptown Wood-Fired Pizza. Their venue held a lot of meaning to Kaitlyn as she had previously worked at the pizza shop. It was really meaningful for her to celebrate her wedding at such a personal location.
To make their wedding even more intimate and personal, Kaitlyn and Dustin kept their guest list small inviting only their closest family and friends. I loved the casual vibe of the beer and pizza after the ceremony. Everyone hung around the restaurant chatting together in this cozy laid-back environment.
One of the coolest details at Kaitlyn and Dustin’s microwedding was their wedding cake centerpiece. Dustin had made a custom lego centerpiece which was such a fun and unique detail. The couple also worked with all local vendors adding to the intimacy of the day.
After their reception, we went on a short walk to take sunset photos near an old abandoned barn. This made for some really fun, rustic vibes perfect for their laid-back microwedding theme.
This casual microwedding was the perfect mix of fun and laid-back! It was a stress-free day filled with intimate moments and details unique to the couple.
Looking for more intimate wedding inspiration? Check out this intimate industrial wedding in Seattle!
Shout out to the amazing vendors for this shoot:
Photographer: Olivia Louise Photography (aka me)
Venue & Catering: Hoptown Wood-Fired Pizza
Cake & Desserts: Blossom Cups and Cakes
Officiant: Leslie Boyle
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