At NatureBridge’s Evening on the Lake we coordinated a captivating evening at MOHAI to support environmental science education in Olympic National Park. Guests became students for the night by engaging in hands-on science inquiries with NatureBridge’s environmental science educators. Taylor Shellfish donated oysters and wine was donated by J. Lohr.
The Coates Design Holiday Party was a red carpet affair at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. The party included luxurious food by Greg Atkinson at Restaurant Marche, old hollywood glamour decor, paparazzi and music by the Deanoholics. Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra even made an appearance.
This one-of-a-kind wedding took place at the Picha’s farm estate on Bainbridge Island. The flowers for the bouquets were grown in the Picha’s garden and highlights included the ceremony site designed by In the Garden Design and the farmhouse chic decor featured throughout.
Alison and Christi were married in the backyard water view property of a family friend. The relatively small space was naturally beautiful and minimally decorated because of the surroundings. The photo booth and ipod playlist kept the party going into the warm summer night. Photography done by Catie Cleveland of Catie’s Photography.
Rives and Eric were married on the South end of Bainbridge Island at the Country Club of Seattle. With Mount Rainier and the Puget Sound as the backdrop their gorgeous wedding brought together families from different coasts and religious traditions. Barking Frog Mobile Kitchen served a gourmet dinner with food truck style. Photographs by LaVie Photography.
Salil and Jennifer brought together Indian and Korean culture in their lavish Lakewold Garden wedding. Every impeccable detail was planned and executed. The guests were treated to an amazing evening including a 7-course meal. The sparkler send-off into a vintage Rolls Royce was the perfect ending to the evening.
We could not have asked for a more beautiful day at Kelly and Kirt’s Driftwood Keys Beach Club Wedding. The decor, flowers and cupcakes were done by their friends and family. After a perfect sunset guests headed down to a bonfire on the beach and s’mores. This was my first wedding of the summer season and a wonderful way to kick off the busy season. Photography done by Catie Cleveland of Catie’s Photography.
“Eat, Drink and Be Giving” That was the theme of the first annual Housing Resource Board fundraising event. The event was held at The Manor House in beautiful Pleasant Beach and featured an auction, dessert dash and entertainment by The Edge Improv Group.