Waitt & Jacobs
[caption id="attachment_4578" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Waitt & Jacobs"][/caption] PHOTOS BY KIRA BARON PHOTOGRAPHY DATE: 4.6.2013 NAMES: Michele Waitt & Jared Jacobs THEY LIVE IN: Yakima CEREMONY & RECEPTION: Fontaine Estates Winery Michele Jacobs has great advice for couples planning their wedding: do it a little bit at a time, and far in advance. “I was doing centerpiece stuff back in October. It made the day of go very smooth because I could focus on the last-minute details versus the whole event,” she said. “Also, delegate tasks and have fun — I did this and my wedding was perfect!” Michele loves the rustic “shabby-chic” look, and she incorporated ...
Hillius & Evans
[caption id="attachment_4560" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Hillius & Evans"][/caption] PHOTOS BY RICK SPENCER PHOTOGRAPHY DATE: 8.4.12 NAMES: Bailey Hillius & Brett Evans THEY LIVE IN: Yakima CEREMONY & RECEPTION: Family home Bailey and Brett knew almost the instant they met that they were meant for each other. Although the two didn’t date in high school, they always kept in touch. “Then one day we ran into each other at the gas station,” said the bride. “I knew that day that that was it.” Family is important to the Evans, and played a key role in their big day. Their wedding and ceremony was held at the groom's family ...
Barranco & Boisselle
[caption id="attachment_4543" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Emily and Jordan pose on the fainting couch that became a photo booth for guests."][/caption] PHOTOS BY VALLEY SHOTS PHOTOGRAPHY DATE: 8.25.12 NAMES: Emily Barranco & Jordan Boisselle THEY LIVE IN: Yakima CEREMONY & RECEPTION: Spring Creek Homestead Jordan and Emily, who met in college and dated for five years before tying the knot, enjoyed creating a vintage theme for their wedding. The couple’s caterer, Gwen Ball, loaned them props, such as a fainting couch and eclectic picture frames, that helped set the mood. The frames and couch became a fun “photo op” area for guests, who wandered the grounds at Spring ...
By SCOTT KLEPACH Chances are when you’re in the flurry of planning a wedding, the most pressing concern is probably not the history of the wedding cake. In fact, during the reception you’ll likely be so busy that you won’t have a lot of time to eat much of it either! But it’s still neat […]‘Mock’ weddings showcase talents
By SCOTT KLEPACH PHOTOS BY J.M. HUNTER PHOTOGRAPHY We all know how involved weddings can be — a huge number of details has to be coordinated so everything goes smoothly. But some go through all this work, even when there’s no one tying the knot. Photographers like Jessica M. Hunter throw stylized “mock weddings” to […]Click here for more wedding stories
Coy Farmer and Mavis Baker were married December 10, 1953 in St. Louis, Mo. They have spent most of their married life in Zillah, Washington. Coy worked for Stokely Van Camp for several years. Then was a building contractor until he retired. Mavis is a home maker. They raised 2 sons, Joe Farmer passed away […]Marey-60 Years
It is with great admiration and love that the family and friends of Lee and Jeanine Marey honor them on their 60th wedding anniversary. Lee and Jeanine celebrated their 60th anniversary with a trip to Lake Tahoe. Jeanine Early and Lee Marey were married October 10, 1953, at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church in Wapato, […]McCay-65 Years
Bill McCay and Veda Loveland were married on December 11, 1948, in Yakima. They have been long time residents of the Yakima Valley having lived here for 64 years; currently residing in Selah. Bill retired after working for 37 years as the plant scheduler for Weyerhaeuser Company in Union Gap. Veda retired after a career […]Breitgham-60 Years
Virgil and Janice (VanTuyl) Breitgham were married November 1, 1953 in Yakima, WA.They met in high school while attending Yakima High School (now Davis High School). Virgil served in the U.S. Army and is a retired sales representative from General Foods Inc. He is an avid sports fan. Janice worked at various office/clerical positions. She […]Click here to submit your announcement