DIY Church Wedding by Everlasting Love Photography

It can be so easy to become completely overwhelmed with all the ideas and inspiration out there for weddings these days, but Mark and Megan’s big day proves that you can plan a gorgeous wedding on a tight budget by focusing on your priorities and spending the money you have, wisely. This couple planned an intimate wedding at Foothills Community Church, holding their ceremony at the country church and their reception right next door surrounded by breathtaking views of Mt. Spokane. They hired Alex from Everlasting Love Photography to capture the day, Alex did a fantastic job of showing all the love, affection and beauty this day held for everyone involved.

Here is a little more from Alex:

“Mark and Megan were married on a beautiful summer day in Spokane, Washington. They are both originally from the Chicago, IL area, but moved to Spokane for school; where they met. They decided to do a “destination wedding” since they met, and had been doing life together in Spokane. This allowed for a small, intimate ceremony with only close family and friends attending.

Their wedding was filled with rustic DIY details, from the flowers, centerpieces and even favors. Their ceremony took place in a small church, and the reception was right next door! (Talk about convenience!) Mount Spokane was the perfect backdrop for portraits as well!”


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Photographer:  Everlasting Love Photography
Cake: Costco
Flowers: Costco
Dress Store:David’s Bridal
Event Venue: Foothills Community Church



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