Courtney and Harrison’s wedding color palette is probably one of our favorites—ever with muted tones in rose, ivory, and copper. We used several varieties of of garden roses, peonies, sweet peas, and astrantia with solidago, blueberry foliage, and snowberry foliage, creating textured bouquets and arrangements. Delicate Frou Frou Chic silk ribbon in Rose Crinkle, Rose Moka, and Rose Pale complemented the blooms. We loved the juxtaposition between the soft gowns and blooms with the aged industrial architecture of the Fremont Foundry. For the rooftop ceremony space, we used mixed foliage down the aisles and wispy greenery over the arch.
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Karissa and Paul promised their lives to each other underneath 100 year old evergreen trees, surrounded by their dearest friends and family. With a love for hiking and camping, this was the perfect venue for this outdoorsy couple. In creating our design plan with K+P, their only desires were for greenery, white blooms, and for sage and navy to be incorporated in their color scheme. We brought in Olympic Farm Style Events wooden chairs and benches to complement evergreens and log cabin. To soften the look, we used Pedersen’s Event Rentals grey linens with a white fabric runner, lush white blooms, wispy greenery, and loads of white pillar candles in glass cylinder vases. We also brought the outdoors inside with tall mixed foliage arrangements.
Our favorite detail of the day was the homemade honey caramel favors made by the groom, his brothers, and his father. We boxed the treats and wrapped them in sage colored ribbon to be placed at each seat.
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This black and white styled shoot is inspired by chic minimalism paired with intentional imperfections found in our wild garden-style arrangements, Notary Ceramics’ handmade pottery, and Fremont Foundry’s aged industrial architecture. We used clean lines, monochromatic hues, and understated styling to create a modern and effortlessly romantic wedding. Tatyana’s natural beauty and dark features were complemented by Yessie Libby’s soft makeup artistry. Bridal stylist, Lindsay Kenna, hand selected unstructured gowns from The Dress Theory adding to the inspired and timeless beauty of the shoot. Natural light poured into the upper room of the Fremont Foundry, revealing the textures and varying white and cream hues used to style the guest table. On the patio, we created a garden-inspired foliage arch with local vegetation as the ceremony backdrop and used exposed potted plants and mini arrangements down the aisle.