Nicole and Craig

Here’s the latest wedding, fresh off the press! April 2nd was the perfect day after a week of rain and praying for Saturday sunshine–Thank the Lord! Good friends of ours for many years, the Flood family and Barrie family came together for an amazing wedding at Mars Hill Church’s U-district campus, with the reception at the Day Star Center near Ballard.

Her colors were purple, white and silver, so Nicole’s bouquet featured dark purple, lavender and white tulips, dark purple double lisianthus and white mini calla lilies wrapped in silver satin ribbon.

I love the coloring on this shot, sort of a faded color that has a timeless quality.

They went to Pike Place Market to shoot some photos outside in the sun before the rain came back!

I will add more photos as they come, as I don’t have any that show closeups of the bridesmaids’ bouquets, but they featured flowers of the same varieties but in opposite colors to “pop” in front of their plum-colored dresses: white lisianthus, white tulips, white and dark purple freesia and dark purple tulips, also wrapped in silver satin.

The concrete aisle in the church is an amazing mix of colors, and showcasing the galvanized buckets hanging from wrought-iron hangers looked incredible. I only have a couple of pictures so far but more are coming.

Here is a close-up of one of the buckets: they featured the same dark purple, lavender and white tulips as the bridal party flowers, but also had dark purple mums, seeded eucalyptus, plumosus fern and ruscus. The metal bucket handle was replaced with dark purple satin ribbon.

All of the above pictures were beautifully captured by the father of the bride who owns Creative Image Portrait Design located in Moscow, Idaho.  Any of you Washingtonians who go to Wazzu or are getting married on the east side close to Idaho, look him up for your photography needs! As you can see he does amazing work!

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Floral designer for almost 15 years, doing weddings since 2001. View all posts by bloomweddings

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