What do you get when you add a slushy machine + hula hoops + supportive friends and family + a photo booth + dance party + 1 special girl? Answer: Mia’s Bat Mitzvah!!!
Tag Archives: Bainbridge Island Washington
Mora Grand Opening
Friends, supporters and the media gathered to see the new equipment and production facility for Mora Ice Cream. Their new building in Poulsbo will help them expand their business and continue making the MOST delicious ice cream.
Coates Design Holiday Party
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.
Alison and Christi Wedding
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 Wedding
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.
2014 Bloedel Reserve Garden Party
This years Garden Party was the most successful yet. More people, more money and more beautiful than ever before. Photographs taken by Paul Saunders.
2013 Bloedel Reserve Garden Party
A quintessential Bainbridge Island Event. The Bloedel Reserve Garden Party brings together generous supporters of The Reserve, the finest Restaurants/Caterer’s in the region and a Wine/Beer from across the state. After fears of rain were put behind us, we welcomed 435 guests on Thursday August 1st who raised over $345,000. Photos by Paul Sanders