Special thanks to Rosanna Nydia Photography for capturing us at our happy place! Check her out at: rosannanydia.com
Tiffany & Scott were a dream couple to work with. Their love for adventure was seen throughout their wedding decor and we couldn't be more pleased with the way it all came together. We were also working with the dream team www.amygalbraith.com and had a fantastic time together again. Sweetly Hosted would HIGHLY recommend Amy and her team.
Awww...... Sweet Stephanie and her fairy tale wedding. Her floral crown we created was one of our favorites to date. Her amazing day ended with a private fireworks show.
From power outages to rain and wind. This wedding goes down in the books for the most challenging wedding I have ever done. But thanks to the most chill bride ever we got it done and it turned out amazing. Even when the roof of the tent flew off:)
This bride's style was right up my alley. She was calm and relaxed the whole day, and I mean how could you not be when the groom's brother walked around playing his ukulele? Between that and the amazing Sarah Seven dress from The Dress Theory she wore, her and Drew's personality was woven into every aspect of the wedding. One of my favorite things was the ceremony arch that the groom's Dad built for them. On this day it was all about the little things and they did it perfectly. x0-Allie
Lindsey and Seth knew that they wanted their wedding reception to be different. Wedding traditions were celebrated with a twist. From the processional that the bride walked towards her groom to (a black eyed peas instrumental) to the food being served through out the night instead of a sit down dinner, this bride and groom had a vision. It went off without a hitch and they had everyone dancing to their live band. The venue (Hotel Ballard) and food (Stoneburner) were amazing and provided the perfect backdrop. Congrats Lindsey & Seth! xo-Allie