To put it simply, I’m obsessed with this Seattle wedding; it’s the definition of cool. The BHLDN wedding dress with peek-a-boo lace details. The lush white and green bouquet from Studio 3 Floral Design. The urban Fremont Foundry venue. The gorgeous calligraphy from Songbird Paperie. Trust me when I say you don’t want to miss any of Alexandra Grace Photography‘s pretty pictures. So, head to The Vault now!
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From Perfectly Posh Events… Makayla & Johnny are truly one of the sweetest couples who are deeply-madly in love. They are college sweethearts who met attending Oregon State University and they now live in St. Louis. They selected Seattle as the destination for their wedding because they love the Pacific Northwest and have close family & friend ties in the area. Makayla & Johnny did most of their planning from a distance and even booked their urban venue, the Fremont Foundry, sight-unseen!
Their overall vision was a simple and fresh wedding in an urban setting with a mix of modern and vintage that showcased the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. They chose a mix of copper, neutrals and natural greens as their color palette, which popped off the concrete setting at the Fremont Foundry beautifully. Johnny & Makayla wanted their guests to have a blast at their wedding so they incorporated an ice cream sandwich food truck and slow motion booth at the reception and both were definitely a big hit! The night ended with a sparkler departure and mini-bud vases of flowers for each guests as a favor.
Photography: Alexandra Grace Photography | Event Planning: Perfectly Posh Events | Floral Design: Studio 3 Floral Design | Wedding Dress: BHLDN | Invitations: Songbird Paperie | Catering: Ravishing Radish Catering | Hair + Makeup: Salon Maison | DJ: Braden Landon | Venue: Fremont Foundry | Dessert: The Cookie Counter | Photo Booth: Seattle Slow Motion Booth
Vintage rings from Trumpet And Horn. An ethereal dove gray Alexandra Grecco lace top and and tulle skirt. Lush, organic-inspired florals full of white peonies. And an empty loft transformed into an elegant, industrial chic reception with a french flair thanks to Kaleb Norman James Design and La Tavola Fine Linens. Trust me when I say, it doesn’t get any prettier than this inspiration session from Whiskers And Willow Photography. Pin it all in The Vault!
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From Whiskers And Willow Photography…Gray is a color of transitioning – midway between heavy dark black and light bright white. As winter transitions to spring we wanted to reject the stark heaviness typically associated with winter, and instead evoke a wispy mood. Winter weddings are so frequently associated with dark colors, but we wanted something that spoke to a nascent transition from winter to spring. Deep floral hues, arranged by Kaleb Norman James (accented tastefully with white peonies), heavy flatware, and the striking dark wood of the Metropolist, were contrasted against the light and airy color of linens from La Tavola Fine Linens, enabling this mood of rebirth. Preppy details – aged books and wood darts – adorned the airy stationary by Koordination by Krisanna. The flowy Alexandra Grecco skirt and top from The Dress Theory, juxtaposed with the wool ASOS grooms’ suit, completed the ambiance, and perfectly encapsulated our winter to spring transition.
Photography: Whiskers And Willow Photography | Event Planning: Merren Events | Floral + Event Design: Kaleb Norman James Design | Wedding Dress: Alexandra Grecco | Rings: Trumpet And Horn | Hair + Makeup: Yessie Libby | Calligraphy: Koordination By Krisanna | Groom's Attire: ASOS | Venue: Metropolist | Bridal Boutique: The Dress Theory | Female Model: Abby Armstrong | Male Model: Andrew Matz | Rentals: La Tavola Fine Linens | Ring Box: The Mrs Box