Monthly Archives: January 2015

Karla and Dallan

December 27th, 2014 – Photos by Kasie Isdell of TGTB Photography

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Bridal Party Flowers: White roses, dusty miller, white stock, brunnia, alder cones, cedar, juniper berries, eucalyptus.

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The bridesmaids’ wore gray and turquoise on a cold but not too cold day! Their bouquets were similar to the bride, but hers included mostly white roses while theirs had more white stock and greenery.

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Centerpieces were tall vases filled with silver ornaments, topped with hydrangea, dusty miller, stock, eucalyptus, white roses, cedar, brunnia and salal. The room was beautiful!

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A photo backdrop/archway was created using some handmade wooden boxes (my hubby is so awesome!), curly willow, and hydrangea. Along with some pipe and drape of course.

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Boutonnieres and corsages – some of my favorites, ever. White roses, alder cones, juniper, brunnia, eucalyptus, cedar, and some sort of spikey fir tree I snagged from my neighbor.

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The cake top was perfectly simple, with juniper, brunnia, cedar, dusty miller and white roses. The flowers also included the same alder tree pinecones used throughout (that I sprayed with white to create a snow-tipped look).

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Everything was amazing! Thanks to the Brown family for a great experience!


Autumn and Michael

August 2014 at Robinswood House in Bellevue – Photos by Lady and Gent Photography


Autumn’s vision was to keep the flowers simple, bright, and timeless! We used varying shades of purple, orange and white dahlias only in her bouquet, and added some family keepsakes for sentimental reasons.



The bridesmaids’ vibrant dress color provided a great backdrop for these colors to pop! To the dahlia base, we added purple stock, orange crocosmia, grapevine and leaves, as well as queen anne’s lace for extra texture.



The men’s boutonnieres’ were made from dahlia buds.


Steps leading down to the ceremony were lined with odd-shaped bottles and vases filled with the same flowers,                            as well as candles and white rose petals.


There were mason jars hung from a huge tree, filled with mixed flowers and dahlias, and the white rose petals continued down the aisle. Homemade chalkboard signs with bible verses added to the relaxed yet worshipful feeling of the wedding.


Centerpieces were various sizes of jars, bottles and vases filled with orange and purple flowers. The bride made her own orange paper flowers atop the place settings to tie everything together!




A few final photos of this beautiful day! Thanks Lady and Gent Photography!