Love is sweet for Katherine and Byron. Chalk board signs, a dessert bar, glassybabies and beautiful plum and grey linens elevated this lovely event.
Planning Gwendolyn and Greg’s wedding was one of the easiest tasks of the summer because of how closely our tastes matched. A white fabric lined tent, long cedar farm tables, elegant vineyard chairs and food prepared by Barking Frog Mobile Kitchen made this wedding a feast for the eyes and stomach. Photographs by Catie Cleveland.
Bryan’s parents waterfront Bainbridge Island home was the backdrop for this seaside wedding. Crisp white linens and poppy accents complimented the natural surroundings. The Hora was the culmination of a fabulous evening. Photographs by Saleina Marie.
A heat wave! The day before Gabi and Addison’s wedding temperatures were in the 90’s. The next day was warm but manageable as they were married in the field outside Pru’s house at Hilltop. Gabi’s tea length dress and the natural park surrounding set the stage for a beautifully rustic evening. Photographs by Catie Cleveland
The forever sunny wedding of Jennifer and Steve took place at the Manor House near the summer solstice. The couple celebrated an elegant afternoon surrounded by close friends and family.
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!!!
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.
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.