The newly renovated Wing Point Golf & Country Club offered a gorgeous northwest setting for Liz and Jason’s wedding. Liz chose an on trend color palette of gold, blush, navy and lace. Photographs by Golden Girl Photolife.
There is an old saying that you’ll have good luck if it rains on your wedding day. Peter and Erin will be extremely lucky because on their wedding day it didn’t just rain it poured. With gorgeous fall flowers and a happy new family no one seemed to notice the weather. Photographs by Catie Cleveland.
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.
This Manor House wedding had traditional elegance and classic glam style. Kristin was made for the silver screen and her wedding was perfectly fit for an old Hollywood movie, from her glitzy gorgeous bridesmaids dresses to her classic hairstyle. She wed her handsome groom Trent and Catie Cleveland was there to capture it all.
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.
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.