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It’s Friday, which means you’re likely looking forward to a weekend filled with wedding planning. One of our favorite ways to get inspired for your big day? By browsing videos in our brand new real wedding video channel! Each week we’re spotlighting one of our favorite new love stories, and today we’re bringing you Laurie and Neil’s late summer wedding at Swiftwater Cellars in Cle Elum, Washington.

Captured by Twobird Studio, this elegant-meets-woodsy wedding is bursting with the sweetest details you’ll certainly want to consider for your own wedding day. The video opens with shots of the bride having her makeup done, while the best man’s speech narrates her morning. He explains that Neill spent an entire day smiling from ear to ear before popping the question, and the video cuts to Laurie and Neill sitting side by side during their reception.

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From their incredible, breezy ceremony beneath three unique chandeliers to their thoughtful and very personal wedding vows, Laurie and Neill’s entire wedding day breathes of this beautiful couple. Watch as their guests sip wine beneath the setting sun and how the couple shares a toast with their bridal party before signing their marriage license. This private moment seems like the perfect way to connect with your new husband and most important wedding guests before entering your booming party.

You’ll love watching as this couple dances the night away with their guests before leaving in a joyous sparkler exit, and we’re sure it will help you get some ideas for your own reception departure.

Love what you see here? Then check out our entire real wedding series on the Brides video channel!


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