When Bailee, David and Bailee’s mom Cathy came to us over a year ago, we were ecstatic to help them plan, design and create the florals for their May wedding! David is a doctor and has an analytical, right brain way of thinking. Bailee is a photographer and is very left brain and creative. This combo was so fun to combine with the couple’s passion for music, traveling and love of their big families when creating their unique celebration.
Bailee and David’s special day was along the banks of the Puget Sound at Kiana Lodge. Using the lush, beautiful Pacific Northwest landscape combined with mauve, blush, cream, sage green and accents of gold and wood, we were able to pull off a fun, romantic, beachside wedding!
The weather gave us a run for our money all day and left us debating whether we could continue with an outdoor ceremony as planned or move indoors. In the end, we moved it indoors and had the guests sit at the reception tables and we created an aisle along the large head table. The lighting in the Garden Atrium on a late May evening was stunning combined with beautiful linens from BBJ Linens, lush, organic florals that we created, candle light and cohesive paper goods from Sablewood Paper Company. It looked so elegant and put together.
Kiana Lodge knocked it out of the park with their catering as did Mora Ice Cream with their Ice Cream Sundae Bar! Holly with Sablewood Paper Company did an incredible job with the paper goods from the wood welcome sign to the programs to the table numbers and hand written place cards. The results were gorgeous.
Romantic Northwest Lodge Wedding
May 2019 | Bailee + David
LOCATION: Kiana Lodge
PLANNING, DESIGN + FLORALS: Jen Leslie Events
PHOTOGRAPHY: Tak Images
BEAUTY: Off White Beauty and Makeup
CAKE + DESSERT: Blackbird Bakery and Mora Ice Cream
CATERING: Kiana Lodge
Entertainment: Blue Wave Band and Off the Block Games
OFFICIANT: Married by Annemarie
PHOTO BOOTH: The Snap Bar
RECEPTION: Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort
RENTALS: BBJ Linens, Cort Party Rentals, Vintage Ambiance
STATIONARY: Sablewood Paper Company
VIDEOGRAPHY: True Northwest Productions