Alex Lasota is based in Walla Walla, Washington. Sought after for her documentary meets editorial style of wedding photography, she provides her clients with timeless, generational heirlooms they treasure for a lifetime.

Lora and Max fatefully met on a bus in Seattle Washington on their way to work one fateful Spring morning. So naturally these two wanted to pay homage to their love story, by having their wedding at the beautiful JM Cellars winery in Woodinville. Their wedding, designed by the team at Bridal Bliss, was an intimate affair that included Lora and Max’s closest friends and family.

What I absolutely loved about this intimate JM Cellars Wedding was the lush green backdrop and stunning orange and ivory florals by Rusted Floral Vase Co. I also loved that Lora and Max selected to include their pup in their wedding, even making him his own pup cake! One of my favorite moments of the day had to be when Max gifted Lora a custom drawing of the bus they first met on, bringing her to tears.  Overall the thought and detail that went into every aspect of Lora and Max’s intimate wedding made it so magical.

All in all Lora and Max’s JM Cellars Wedding was amongst one of my favorite Seattle weddings I’ve photographed and I honestly cannot wait to come back!  If you’re looking for a stunning venue, JM Cellars is it!


A tremendous shout out to all those who played apart in this day

Planning + Styling: Bridal Bliss 
Venue: JM Cellars
Florals: Rusted Vase Co
Caterer: Herban Feast
Beauty: Anne Times Makeup and Hair
Bridesmaid Dresses: BHLDN
Rentals: Cort Party Rental
Linens: BBJ Linen
Cake: The Flour Box Seattle
DJ: Btwotimes 
Photography: Alex Lasota with Second Shooter Avetta Images

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A third generation photographer dedicated to telling authentic love stories through a combination of film and digital photographs

Alex Lasota is a third-generation, award-winning wedding and film photographer known for her unique combination of editorial shooting and unposed, photojournalistic style.  With thirteen years of industry experience and three hundred wedding photographed, she serves a limited number of couples per year. Her work has been featured in Brides, Martha Stewart Weddings, and more.  Her passion for crafting timeless generational heirlooms stems from a profound appreciation for the fleeting nature of time. She aims to not only preserve the beauty of the present but also provide a tangible connection to the past.