Katherine and Tom celebrated their wedding on a bright summer day, with a view of Liberty Lake and pine trees towering overhead. Their color palette consisted of bright pinks & oranges, which beautifully complemented the woodsy setting and rustic, romantic decor. The tablescapes featured lush floral garlands atop reclaimed wood farm tables and were set off by elegant details such as gold cutlery, candlesticks, and colorful glass goblets.
When Kaleb and Maria get together you know something amazing is going to happen. This styled shoot at the Deepwood Estate Museum & Gardens which just happens to be one of the most picturesque venues in the Northwest is no exception. The ornately manicured English gardens and Victorian architecture created the perfect setting for the shoot. Everyone fell in love with the small conservatory full of windows and the black and white checkered floor. It was the perfect location for the apothecary and lounge.
Planning & Design: kalebnormanjames.com
Hair and Makeup: bethlevel.com
Paper Goods: lahappy.com
Bridal Gown: emilyriggsbridal.com
Wedding Cake: thesweetsideseattle.com
Don’t you just love fall? Chilly outside, warm inside. The dinner table becomes a bit more important and food more thoughtful.
This past November we helped Williams Sonoma celebrate Hestan Vineyards with a meal prepared by Thomas McNaughton. The backdrop for the dinner was at Blockhouse in Portland, Or. Guests gathered around long wood tables, toasted each other, and enjoyed a perfect harvest night.
No, this venue isn’t in France, it’s right here in Washington. Monet Vineyards was the inspiration behind this editorial shoot from photographer Carlos Hernandez. With an ivy covered backdrop and lush gardens, it was the perfect location for the neutral color palette. The beautiful La Tavola linen went perfectly with our vintage scalloped Limoges plates, vintage gold flatware and etched wine glasses. To see more photos it has been published on weddingsparrow.com