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I’m so excited to finally be blogging Maranda and Shaun’s wedding at Red Barn Studios!

If you’ve been following this wedding season you’d know Maranda was the second shooter at mine and Clynn’s wedding! She was just in highschool and took some of our absolute favorite images from our wedding day.

When I saw her and Shaun were engaged I hoped she’d reach out to me. She did and I was so excited to see the experience turn full circle for us.

Their family and friends were so welcoming and the vendors at Red Barn Studios did an amazing job!

Maranda and Shaun chose to have an outdoor ceremony with an indoor cocktail hour and reception. Red Barn Studios allowed for cocktail hour to take place on ground level with a beautiful reception staged upstairs in the main barn reception area. I love when wedding days can be separated from location to location throughout the day. It helps each segment feel unique and interactive!

Red Barn Studios is in Chehalis, Washington. I had Angel & James’ wedding just a couple days before Maranda and Shaun so I stayed at The Tin Shed nearby. This way, I could rest up and be in the area for the rehearsal party the day before!

I don’t go to wedding rehearsals often but am always happy to when I’m available and nearby when they take place!

The rehearsal threatened rain but we ended up having beautiful weather the entire wedding day!

By the time sunset formals rolled around the wedding celebrations had drawn to a close. It was so nice to not worry about getting them back to a reception and enjoy couples portraits as long as we had light!

Enjoy each pretty detail, the most beautiful light, perfect wind moments, a fun barn, and the cutest family!

Congratulations, Maranda & Shaun!

Red Barn Studios

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  1. Maranda says:

    Thank you so much for taking such beautiful photos. So glad this came around full circle. ❤

  2. Jelena Rowden says:

    What a beautiful venue! You captured the family’s enthusiasm & love for each other so perfectly! I specially love the candids. Can’t wait to see more of your work!

  3. Mindy Martin says:

    What a beautiful venue! The red barn as a background for the photos is just perfect!

  4. Dakota says:

    These turned out so beautiful ❤️ Jackie you did an amazing job! Shaun and Maranda both looked stunning!

  5. Lisa Norton says:

    These pictures are absolutely gorgeous Jaclynn. It was such a beautiful wedding and you captured every moment. Thank you so much!

  6. Amy D Borgen says:

    I love the shots of the couple by themselves. Very sweet and personal. I love how delicate her jewelry is. Very pretty. She looks lovely.

  7. Anya says:

    Beautiful photos! I love the ones you took towards sunset, the lighting was on point!

    • Jaclynn Wilkinson says:

      Thank you, Anya!! I was squealing when that light popped through.
      I look for that glowy light everywhere after that set was taken!

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