Linda and Huy’s Wedding at Hidden Meadows

Location: Hidden Meadows (Snohomish, WA)
Wedding Coordinator: Leeching Tran Wong (L Events) –

Located in Snohomish, WA, the venue known as Hidden Meadows is an amazing place to get married. Linda and Huy’s wedding brought many friends and family to this destination, and as I’m writing this blog, many great memories come to mind.

I first met Linda and Huy at a coffee shop last Fall while discussing their wedding day plans. It was an extremely cold day in Seattle and it didn’t help that I was also getting over a cold . Nonetheless, the couple was warm and friendly. They explained that they were planning on getting married up in the Snohomish area, which is always exciting to me.

Fast forward to this past month, oh my how the setting has changed. Gone are the frosty Seattle days. The bright July sun beamed throughout their wedding celebration. And it was really the perfect venue to document their tying of the knot. Linda and Huy were so easy to work with, as we ventured on the nearby train tracks, tall wheat-colored grass, the meadows (of course), and backdrops that had a blend of rustic accents mixed with some modern details. It was a little bit of everything, as you can see from the photos below.

A huge takeaway from this day was the respect and love their friends and family had for Linda and Huy. Huy was regarded as “winning” at everything he did. His dad gave an amazing and heartfelt speech during the reception that evoked emotions throughout the crowd, especially Huy. Linda’s maid of honor and bridesmaids each provided touching words in their speeches. Guests were hugging, laughing, and partying it up with the couple.

Lastly, a special highlight was being able to take them back outside during the “golden hour” for more photos. This is my favorite time to shoot. While the sun is low and the light turns golden, the magic happens. The light is awesome. It also made it cool that Linda and Huy were so comfortable in front of the camera and truly killed it. Thank you for a wonderful experience!

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