Mostly foliage and heavily foraged- these all-green arrangements were a refreshing change of pace to kick off the new season! Florals and styling by me, and all photos taken by Brianna of Mossfloor Photography.
I got the chance to participate in this year's Weddings In Woodinville events, and got free reign to deck out the Hollywood Schoolhouse! Working with Alex Chalk, of Taylor'd Events - the overall theme was minimal, white on white- with industrial elements, to help keep an overall modern and clean look to such a classic old venue.
Large compote arrangements were accompanied by tiny ikebana arrangements in custom plaster vessels, with flowers in a dusty mauve, cream and white palette.
Photography by The Popes
Kathryn and Rollin were my very last wedding of this year, and celebrated their intimate, art-deco themed wedding at the Arctic Club Hotel Ballroom. Their florals were a wide mix of foraged and locally grown greens, and pure white flowers. Since the weather had just started to turn, there was plenty of beautiful olive-green colored beech incorporated into the table arrangements. For the ceremony, Kathryn wanted a clean, fresh, art-deco bouquet with a slight cascade to match her bright white, gorgeous beaded gown. For the reception, tall fluted gold vases were packed full of eucalyptus and feathery pampas grass, mixed with low compote table arrangements.
I can't thank Kathryn and Rollin enough for letting me be a part of their day, and for graciously asking me to witness and celebrate their marriage with them. Maybe the most humble and sweet family I've had the pleasure of working with, yet. I couldn't be happier for the bride and groom, and wish them the best of luck on their new journey together!
Katelin is an old friend and co-worker of mine, and it was so much fun to be able to do the flowers for her wedding day. I had never met Ken before, but him- all of his groomsmen and family were so sweet and welcoming the moment I met them.
They chose to get married at the end of August, at the beautiful Cedarbrook Lodge, out in the green courtyard. They wanted the colors to be dusty mauve, pale greens, and other white to cream tones- all soft pastels to contrast with the mens formal black suits. It was an awesome combination and everyone looked gorgeous! Katelin is such an amazing natural beauty, and has such a warm smile- I was lucky enough to catch a glimpse of her walking down the aisle as we packed up, and it brought tears to my eyes seeing how happy she was. Lots of love to this couple.