We’re moving all of our pictures over to our regular blog post so that you’ll be able to stay up to speed with our latest and greatest events! Photos below cover 2010 to mid-way though 2011! Enjoy, and thanks!


Rebecca and Grant shared an amazing summer day with 200 of their friends and family beginning with a beautiful ceremony in historic downtown chapel, Christ our Hope (which used to be the posh Seattle Hotel in the early 1900’s), and ended with a lively reception lead by the Michael Benson Band at Sodo Park. The couple’s family helped hand-craft all the details from Mad-libs guestbook cards to menus to centerpieces, and the light and airy spring green and white bouquets and boutonnieres were created by Maxine’s Floral. After a surprise bagpipe-led entrance to their reception, the beaming couple danced the night away, breaking briefly for a smorgasbord of pies from Whidbey Island Pies. A huge thanks to the amazing Aly Medina with La Luz Photography for capturing this stunning day!

Brookes and James were married this April at the chic Pravda Studios in front of 100 of their closest friends and family. In addition to a very heartfelt and personal ceremony, guests were enticed by Ravishing Radish, entertained by Bamboo Beats, and treated to four pieces of cake (per person!) courtesy of Dolce Lou. The amazing floral design was done by none other than the talented Alexa with Fiore Blossoms – her hanging orchid strands and beautiful tablescapes set the scene for the evening as it meandered from the tender ceremony moments, to the romantic dinner setting, to the ultra-lounge reception! We love Wyatt Ink for the inspirational escort card installation and the beautiful paper products that adorned the tables and favors. Many thanks to Laurel McConnell for capturing the event with her FAB photos and her fantastic photobooth!

Amanda and Clark’s wedding was a winter wonderland of vintage elegance with a touch of funk. Thanks to Joey Nicole Photography, I’m so excited to share all the beautiful details that graced this January evening at Herban Feast’s Sodo Park. The Radical Cupcake provided an immaculate spread of sweets starting with the groom’s candy bar to the decadent display for the dessert buffet to the take-away mini groom’s cakes. The phenomenal Flora Nova designed the breathtaking floral decor and Prop Gallery’s draping added a ton of drama to the night! They were such a fun couple, and their wedding reflected their spirit while guests danced on way past the witching hour (and then some) led by the one and only Austin Beaver.

Mary Beth and Guy could not have been a more beautiful couple, photographed by the always amazing Jenny Jimenez. They were both stunning in their winter wedding at the Georgetown Studios. Italian lights and 15ft floor to ceiling drapery added to the magical feel while guests shared a in blessing the wedding rings that were passed during the ceremony. Ravishing Radish supplied a winter feast fit for the occasion and DJ El Toro from KEXP helped burn off dinner by making it impossible for guests not to kick off their shoes and dance all night long.

Meghann and Steve celebrated September with sunshine, balloons, and a smorgasbord of pies brought by guests (Thanks to John and Joseph Photography for their wonderful eye in capturing the event!). With bunches and bunches of fresh dahlias collected from a vendor in Pike Place Market, Meghann and Steve’s friends and family created multi-colored homemade bouquets and centerpieces themed with collected vintage blue glass vases. The bride’s mother generously created all of the favors (homemade jams with northwest berries) for guests to take home!

Laura and Israel’s BEAUTIFUL day at the Inn at Port Ludlow! The summer showed up for this awesome day (flanked by rainy, windy weather on both sides) – watch j2 Media’s quick edit video. Photographed by Darrel Palmer, the wedding was beautiful as the first sunny day in a string of monsoon-worthy weather gave way to an evening of dining and dancing under dreamy white tent.

E3 and the unveiling of KINECT for  Xbox 360 (June 2010, Los Angeles) was one of the most exciting corporate events I’ve had the honor to be involved in. From Cirque de Soliel’s custom show built for Kinect to the Media Briefing at the famous Wiltern Theater in LA, it was a magical week!

Tonya and Austin – llamas, pizzas, Italian lights, crystal chandeliers, and love (all photos courtesy of the lovely and talented Jenn Repp)! It was a perfect July day for a wedding that took place at UW’s Sylvan Theater and a gorgeous yellow and grey reception at the arboretum, complete with wood-fired pizzas from Veraci, snacks and drinks provided by Gourmondo, delectable desserts by The Radical Cupcake,  and topped off with the gypsy band Hochiwichi!

Sara and Jarrod’s gorgeous Januik Winery wedding (thank you, Mo Hines, for these beautiful photos!) captured the colors and romance of fall. Delicious food, beautiful flowers from Fiore Blossoms, dancing a la Bamboo Beats, and a bit of bocce ball for the bridal party…

Teri and Scot shared their vows and an intimate evenings with close friends and family at the rustic and elegant JM Cellars in Woodinville. The clear-top tent, Trophy Cupcakes, and savory Tom Douglas Catering completed a perfect day for the pair. Karen Jackson captured the intimacy and delicate details of the evening.

Marli and Nathan’s romantic woodland wedding: the Amondson Property on Vashon Island (amazing photography by Cheri Pearl!)

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