Sodo Park once again, with the amazing Holly-Kate (see hollykateandcompany.com) and this time Laurel McConnell Photography (mcconnellphoto.com) Check this out! It’s one for the history books. LOVE it!
Starting with the perfect aisle. Thick rose petals with interpersed clusters of willow logs and mason jars with dahlias and candles.
The arch was accented with willow branches, fresh tree branches, larkspur and hanging mason jars. Simple and perfect. Love those single dahlias on the wood too!
- Oh, and did I mention this is a purple wedding?
Rosemary, hypericum, purple sage and lavender boutonnieres.
I know you’ve been impatient for this bouquet shot, here it is! So many flowers, so little space!
I love the details. I found this vintage lovebird pin on etsy and added it as a surprise for Molly’s bouquet to have something old and borrowed!
I love these weird artsy far-away shots.
Totally forgot to mention the dahlias and lisianthus!
Here comes the bride!
Always need a money shot, this one’s the kiss!
This wedding featured 3 styles of centerpieces, this first of which had three wooden boxes overflowing with flowers.
A shot of the bigger picture, same centerpiece style.
The second style used a mercury glass vase with vintage sundae glasses filled with mums and candlesticks.
Closer up…the flowers used are the same throughout the wedding.
The final centerpiece was a wood slice with a vintage blue ball jar of flowers.
The head table, overflowing with dahlias and bottles and jars of flowers.
Side view of the head table.
Cake table! There are those cute lovebirds!
Cocktail tables had small boxes of flowers and glassy baby candle holders.
Next to the place card holders…
Molly and John rented a schoolbus for their guests to ride to and from the venue. So sweet! What a perfect event!