Real Wedding: Nichole + Adam

Photographer + Videographer: RC Media  | Planning: ELEGANT AFFAIRS |  Venue:  Laurel Creek Manor | Flowers:  Jordan Moll Events | Officiants: Bride's Brother | Desserts: The Cut Out Cookie  | Hair & Makeup: Salon Maison  | Caterer: Snuffins  | DJ: Kris McCoskery

When you end your wedding with the most spectacular fireworks show, you know you have had quite the wedding and there was not doubt for this September day.

The day started with our groom arrived on his motorcycle and we knew right away today was going to be a great day.

Our bride was all about those little details. Details that some brides wouldn't care about or worry about but that was one of the things what we loved about Nichole. From the signage she made herself down to the custom cake topper which had her home state of Washington and Wisconsin for Adam.

Flowers were a huge component for our couple and Jordan with Jordan Moll Events did not disappoint we loved what she created for the arbor, honestly with the hanging geometric shapes this has to be one of our favorite ceremony set-ups.

In addition to the flowers, the couple's dessert bar was a true delicious master piece from The Cut Out Cookie. Personally, dessert bars are my new favorite option instead of a traditional wedding cake.

Real Wedding: Caitlin + Hamed

Photographer: LA VIE PHOTOGRAPHY | Planning: ELEGANT AFFAIRS | Videographer: BOGLE PRODUCTIONS | Venue: MONTE CRISTO BALLROOM | Flowers: FLORA D'AMORE BY STADIUM FLOWERS | Officiants: Bride + Groom Fathers | Desserts: SMOOSH | Hair & Makeup: ANGIE EVANS HAIR & MAKEUP | Wedding Dress: BELLEVUE BRIDAL | Tux: THE BLACK TUX | Musicians: PUGET SOUND STRINGS

For Caitlin and Hamed, planning a Labor Day wedding in Seattle while living in northern California could be tough but not for this couple. The color scheme of navy blue with accents of soft pink and white was perfect for a wedding bringing two families and cultures together.

One of the highlights of this day was the double ceremony performed by both the bride and groom’s fathers. The bride’s father performed the American Ceremony while the groom’s father performed the Persian Ceremony complete with a beautiful table.

It was all about the little touches infused in throughout the day, from their photo table cards to the personalized cake toppers- everything was gorgeous!

Real Wedding: Danielle + Jason

Vendors
Wedding Planner: Elegant Affairs  //  Photographer: Kelsey Lynne Photography //  Venue: Mountain View Manor //  Caterer: Cascadia Pizza Co.  // Dessert: Wanna Cupcake?  //  Beauty: Pacific Artistry  //  DJ: Dubreezy Entertainment  //  Wedding Dress: Something Blue Boutique

 

I first met our Danielle a few years back when she was a bridesmaid for her cousin's wedding and I was lucky enough to get to the call to help plan her August wedding at Mountain View Manor, a newer venue located in Enumclaw.

With a color palette of teal, gray, blush and white combined with the stunning view of Mt. Rainier, this day could not have bee more special.

There was so much about this day but the two biggest and most emotional parts were the Family Dances. To celebrate her father who had passed away, his brother took his place to dance with Danielle. It was such a tender moment. Then the groom took his turn and danced with Danielle's mother and even though we did not know what was said between the two of them, but through the tears we knew he was assuring him that he would take care of her daughter the very best he can.

Now we cannot wait to celebrate the birth of their baby boy that is due in a very short weeks. We think its the best 1st Wedding Anniversary present.