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Romantic White Loft Wedding Inspiration

All things light, bright, blush, and beautiful make our hearts sing here at SMP, and this stunningly light-filled inspiration shoot from Blue Rose Photography is absolutely no exception. Brimming with blush details, lush cream florals, and the perfect ballerina-inspired bridal topknot to boot, we know you’ll fall in love with every inch of this stunning shoot right here in The Vault!

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From Blue Rose PhotographyThis styled shoot was inspired by a modern ballerina and her love for a clean minimalist look. The shoot took place at an all white modern loft that resembled a dance studio. We created an all white look infused with romantic hints of gold, cream and soft pinks. The white washed farm table and benches were provided by Seattle Farm Tables. The vintage candle sticks were provided by Vintage Ambiance.

Each place setting had a clear charger with the dinner menu handwritten on each plate using chalk marker. The guest favors were wine glasses hand painted with each guests name using Martha Stewart Gold Gilding. A beautiful vintage gold framed mirror from Vintage Ambiance had the cocktail menu of White Russians and White Cosmopolitans hand written in chalk marker.

Yessie Libby Makeup and hair created a modern ballerina bun with dewy glowing makeup. The tulle ball gown is by Tara Keely provided by Laineemeg Bridal salon. The gorgeous white on white cake was designed by Carla of Honey Crumb Cake Studio. She played with textures of lace to create a monochromatic cake that would pop.

This inspiration shoot shows how a winter wedding can be created bringing the softness of summer indoors. The photos were shot on Fuji 400h film and processed by PhotoVision Prints.

Photography: Blue Rose Photography | Floral Design: Jenny Luu Flowers | Wedding Dress: Tara Keely | Cake: Honey Crumb Cake Studio | Invitations: By Invitation Only Designs | Hair And Makeup: Yessie Libby Hair And Makeup | Venue: Bandia Rua Studios | Bridal Boutique: Lainee Meg Bridal Salon | Film Processing: PhotoVision Prints | Rentals: Vintage Ambiance | Rentals: Seattle Farm Tables | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother

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Modern + Romantic Seattle Wedding

Tucked away amongst the evergreens, these Seattle sweethearts wed in a ceremony touched with tradition. From the DIY’ed bouquets to the sentimental vows, it’s the type of celebration that reminds us what marriage is all about. Continuing the festivities at the Museum Of History And Industry, it’s an evening graced with harbor views and Kate Weinstein Photo has it all in The Vault!

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From Kate Weinstein Photo… Tim and Becky were married on a beautiful July day in Seattle. Becky wore two dresses on her wedding day; for the ceremony she wore a stunning BHLDN beaded topper over a J. Crew white chiffon dress, and for the reception she changed into a fun gold and cream sequin BHLDN shift dress. The bridesmaids wore mismatched navy dresses, and the bouquets were made of baby’s breath and greenery, which the bride and her family DIY’d.

The ceremony was held at St. Anne’s Chapel at the Villa Academy, a quaint chapel tucked away amongst evergreens, with high arched ceilings and a beautiful cream and light blue interior.

Their reception at the Museum of History and Industry was ideally situated on Lake Union, giving their guests a beautiful view of the harbor. For portraits, we snuck out to the rooftop and had a beautiful view of the boats at sail. The bride’s mother painted the blue watercolor table numbers and signage.

Photography: Kate Weinstein Photo | Cake: Macrina Bakery | Invitations: Paper Snaps | Ceremony Venue: St. Anne's Chapel At Villa Academy | Reception Venue: Museum Of History And Industry (MOHAI) | Bride's Shoes: Clarks | Catering: Foodz Catering | Hair And Makeup: Pure Beauty Co. | Groom's Suit: Vera Wang | Groomsmen Attire: Men's Warehouse | Ceremony Dress: J. Crew | Ceremony Dress Topper: BHLDN | Earrings: J. Crew | Reception Dress: BHLDN | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother

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Organic + Romantic Puget Sound Wedding

Just when I thought this Washington wedding couldn’t possibly get any prettier, the gallery proved otherwise. It’s the type of union that proves to be sweetly sentimental with each and every vivid bloom and pastel hue. And with affectionate words shared from the Groom below (you KNOW we love that!), Katy Weaver Photography snapped every moment of waterfront elegance to share!

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From Katy Weaver PhotographyOne unique thing about this wedding is that the groom was really involved with the planning process. The bride was finishing up medical school, and is now in her first year of residency, so it was actually Dominic who wrote a description of their big day:

From The Groom…Lauren and I fell in love hiking through the New Zealand countryside, roadtripping through the Australian outback, and just generally adventuring as much as we possibly could, but we couldn’t imagine having a wedding that was prohibitively difficult for our family and friends to attend. Thus, our search for the perfect wedding venue led us to Kiana Lodge in Poulsbo, Washington which felt natural and remote, could be reached from Lauren’s hometown of Seattle with relative ease, and had great outdoor and indoor options (spring in Seattle is both beautiful and occasionally damp).

After visiting the venue exactly one year prior to our wedding date and seeing the many beautiful but multicolored flowers that sprung from every corner of the grounds, we decided to abandon the idea of a strict color scheme in favor of a more eclectic approach, which we described as “wildflower” rather than “random”. We were able to keep everything cohesive by sticking mainly to pastels and dressing the bridesmaids in a pretty sage green (dusty shale at jcrew) which provided a beautiful backdrop for the blushes, yellows, lavenders, peaches, and creams, that made up the bouquets, aisle decorations, and centerpieces. A huge factor in the success of this design was our florist, Melanie Benson, who shared in our vision and was able to meet the dual goal of keeping things budget-friendly and looking natural, by selecting flowers that were local and in-season. She also reused the flower-filled jars that lined the aisle as centerpieces for the tables after the ceremony, which I thought was a clever idea.

The ceremony itself turned out beautifully. We were married under a gorgeous birch chuppah that perfectly captured the rustic but delicate vibe we were going for, with the Puget sound behind us, and our all our friends and family arranged in a semi-circle around us. My favorite unplanned part of the ceremony was the laughter that erupted (chiefly from the bride) when the rabbi asked if we had prepared anything to say to each other, to which Lauren responded simply and definitively, ”Nope!”

All of the little details that consumed us in the weeks and months leading up to the wedding ended up being worth all the effort. The kids’ room — which we equipped with babysitters, coloring books, and a special kids’ buffet — made it easier for our unbearably cute child relatives to join us; the candy buffet – which we paired with chalkboard-topped mason jars, to serve as our wedding favors — was a huge hit; and while I insisted the cake and candy were enough dessert, unpacking the adorable s’more packets that Lauren made and roasting them over the bonfire was an incredible way to finish the evening.

In the end, it was the people who truly made the night – the hard work from our vendors, the heartfelt and hilarious toasts from our family members, and the predictably bad and surprisingly good dancing of our friends. Most importantly, there was the amazing bride who was crazy enough to marry me. All in all, I could not have been happier with how everything turned out.

Photography: Katy Weaver Photography | Coordination: The Invisible Hostess | Floral Design: Melanie Benson Floral | Wedding Dress: Amsale | Cake: Blackbird Bakery | Bridesmaids' Dresses: J.Crew | Hair And Makeup: Tiffany Colors | DJ: Chris Graves | Groom's Attire: Zegna | Wedding Venue: Kiana Lodge | Live Music: Julian Catford | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother

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