Eric Ayala Wedding & Event Coordinator Eric Ayala has been a member of our team since August of 2013. He grew up in California then moved to Washington in 1989, where he worked as the Assistant Restaurant and Banquet Manager at the Hyatt Hotel in Bellevue. Eric has a degree in Business Administration from Cerritos College in California. While studying to become a fireman/paramedic at Rio Hondo College, and working at Six Flags Movieland Wax Museum in California and Hilton Hot
Although it is certainly not required, having the person in charge of your ceremony music at your rehearsal can help you get a better idea for how your wedding will go. It also helps that person figure out what their ques will be for changing and fading songs. The rehearsal is meant to put your mind at ease and feel confident that everyone involved knows what they will be doing and when. Making sure all the kinks are out of your music timeline will ensure that your wedding
Modern weddings have come a long way, and very few are 100% traditional any more. The guest book is no exception to this trend. We see pretty little books with lines for every guest to sign their name, but those are few and far between. It seems that now couples want something a bit more personal that reflects their style. The options are endless, and guests love the surprise of getting to leave their mark with more originality. Below are just a few of the adorable "guest boo
Joel and Janie's August wedding was light and airy with a focus on pastel colors and rustic touches like antlers and bare wood. The were married on the lawns of the Hood Canal Vista Pavilion with dinner in the adjacent tented space. Later, they moved into the Pavilion for an evening of dancing. All photos are courtesy of Styron's Photography.