Captured timelessly by husband-and-wife photography duo Ashlee and Scott O’Malley of O’Malley Photographers, Elizabeth and Michael’s pretty-in-pink wedding took place at the Hollywood Schoolhouse, a historic turn-of-the-century building nestled in the heart of Washington’s wine country. With its sweeping hardwood floors, original exposed brick walls, and extensive antique collection, whose items range from petroleum pumps to pedal cars, the venue retains all of its yesteryear charm. Its nostalgic ambiance was complemented beautifully by the wedding’s romantic, elegant details, including an abundance of pale pink roses and pearl accents. Elizabeth and Michael said “I do” on the evergreen-lined lawn in front of an old wooden water tower named after the early students of the school, who came from an area known as Derby. The two tied a cord of three strands, took communion with their immediate family members, and had one of their favorite poems read by Michael’s sister. Their reception took place in the schoolhouse’s renovated ballroom, which boasts dripping chandeliers, an old-time bar, and a cozy fireplace. Guests used Wedding Party’s photo app to help capture all the memories of the day. “It was a total joy to share in Michael and Elizabeth’s wedding day,” Ashlee and Scott said. “These two were so caring, sweet, and fun to be around.”
This wedding was submitted via Two Bright Lights.