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It was a very Sense and Sensibility evening.

Davi and Shelby thought of everything–beautiful and delicious food, gorgeous decor, great music and lots of fun vendors.  And did I mention the whiskey tasting?

Our Studio-on-the-Go gave all the guests a chance to strike a pose and take home a fun party favor.

It was great to see The SweetSide, BAKED Custom Cakes, Flower Lab, 206 Events, A Heavenly Ceremony, LLC, British Motor Coach  & White Stole!

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What a day!!

I must admit, 20 flower girls had me a little nervous.  How do I get 20 little girls to smile and pose for photos?  Obviously, I hadn’t met the kids from Miss Kimberly’s gymnastics class. OR the 8 bridesmaids that never tired of doing double stag leaps for me.  (Can you tell how much we LOVED this group?)

We all shed tears during the first look when Kimberly (who had been voice-less for weeks and weeks) surprised her sweetie with an “I love you.”  (Not kidding.  Everyone was shocked when she woke up with her voice on her wedding day.)

Everything was fun and festive and beautiful!  And do you need a venue that can hold 400 guest AND provide fabulous service?  The Lynnwood Convention Center!

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What do you get when you mix sunshine, Pike’s Market, ‘sushi’ cake, and the fabulously beautiful, turn-of-century-old facility of Herban Feast at Sodo Park?  Ge-OR-geous!  Then throw in super vendors,  Bamboo Beats and A Heavenly Ceremony??  Fun, eventful, unforgettable – simply Wedding Awesomeness!

Loved this wedding day.  Rachel was so giddy and sweet.  And she didn’t say “ew” when I guided her toward the gum wall in Post Alley.  Allen and the boys mastered the “look cool” direction really quickly.  I’m guessing it was a nod to Allen’s family business to use restaurant order pad tickets to assign the table numbers–I loved that touch!

Herban Feast’s feast was scrumptious as usual – as was the service – but the sushi cake (you read right) from Celebrity Cakes was gushed at and adored by all.  And we got to stay through the dancing to the fabulous end as they luxuriously slowly rolled down 1st Avenue, on their way to honeymoon in the South Pacific in a British Motor Coach.

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Finally!  The 300+ crowd of friends and family expressed joyous relief that the decade+ long courtship finally culminated in a wedding celebration.  And a huge, beautiful, colorful (blue, the color of the day – can you tell?), tasty, musical wedding it was!  We started with getting ready shots at separate homes and met them at Edmonds Adventist church for portraits at the alter.  After the ceremony and bubble exit, as the summer sun drifted toward the Olympics, we captured some wedding party fun at Brackett’s Landing beach park before heading to the brand new Edmonds Yacht Club — which the couple booked while it was still being built — and it paid off!   A great location that held the whole crowd and supplied the necessary sunset view.  British Motor Coach carried the couple from place to place and — what Scott was looking forward to all summer long — the scrumptious Filipino buffet by Brown’s Catering.  The topper was her surprise to him –  a song she wrote and with a guitar, serenaded him, called “Dodger Blue.”

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A sneak peek from Karen and Mike’s great wedding day!  They saw each other for the first time that day at the Marriott on Lake Union then were promptly whisked away by the British Motor Coach to a few of Seattle’s picturesque sites at the Seattle Center and Queen Anne.  Our final destination for their ceremony and reception was the beautiful Lake Union Cafe where piano-man and DJ extraordinaire, Joe Yamada kept things moving and scrumptious Trophy Cupcakes topped the perfect evening.  Flowers by Florescence.

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