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Chambers Bay Wedding Gallery 1

Chambers Bay Wedding Gallery 1

Thick fluffy clouds gave us beautiful skies and moderate temperatures for this Chambers Bay wedding on the last day of August. Photo 18, the vertical wide-angle ceremony photo, probably wouldn't have won an award in a Wedding Photojournalist Association competition with a pure blue sky! This wedding features an antique Bentley, military sword arch, choreographed first dance, and photo shoot on the beach at sunset before some wild dancing and a sparkler send-off.

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Chambers Bay Wedding Gallery 2

Chambers Bay Wedding Gallery 2

Weddings are hard enough to plan when you're getting married in your hometown. This bride and groom had to plan theirs from Spain! We had budgeted enough time on this sunny summer day to visit all of the best features of the Central Meadow, first heading across the footbridge to the beach, then to two different massive concrete structures, and had enough time for a quick game of soccer with the wedding party before the ceremony on the patio. A beautiful sunset provided a colorful backdrop to the reception in the tented wedding pavilion.

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Chambers Bay Wedding Gallery 3

Chambers Bay Wedding Gallery 3

Since the weather proved uncooperative, Chambers Bay had the opportunity on this autumn Saturday to show how well it handles rainy-day weddings. Fortunately, before the rains came, we had the chance to catch a ride on the golf shuttle to one of the mammoth concrete ruins in the Central Meadow for some bride and groom portraits. We spent the remainder of the day in the tented wedding pavilion, where experienced staff ensured a smooth transition from ceremony layout to reception.

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Chambers Bay Wedding Gallery 4

Chambers Bay Wedding Gallery 4

Jump right into bride and groom portraits in the Central Meadow, starting in the merciful shade of the concrete monoliths, then heading across the bridge to the beach before returning to the Chambers Bay patio for the sun-drenched wedding ceremony. Later in the reception in the tented pavilion, we returned to the patio for a quick photo shoot at sunset, a Wallflower Photography specialty. Toward the end of the night, two groomsmen decided to take on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, with humorous results.

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Chambers Bay Wedding Gallery 5

Chambers Bay Wedding Gallery 5

On this hot summer wedding day at Chambers Bay, we started by making a circuit of the Central Meadow, including a trip across the footbridge to the beach and stops at several of the massive concrete ruins left over from the site's gravel mining days. Clear blue skies gave us a gorgeous view of the Olympic Mountains far across the waters of Puget Sound. Later, a lovely sunset pulled everyone out of the tented wedding pavilion, and gave us the opportunity for a quick portrait shoot. A sparkler send-off capped the evening just right.

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Chambers Bay Wedding Gallery 6

Chambers Bay Wedding Gallery 6

This bride and groom were married in a University Place church, then headed to Chambers Bay for their reception, stopping along the way for wedding party portraits on the Grandview Trail, and bride and groom portraits in the Central Meadow. Their reception in the wedding pavilion was blessed with an amazingly vibrant sunset overlooking saltwater islands and the distant Olympic Mountains. Note that this reception took place before billowing fabrics were hung from the pavilion's ceiling.

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