The Admirals House is such a beautiful place for a wedding and we always enjoy working there especially when A team is there with us. Views of Seattle and the vintage charm of the house itself can be quite captivating. This wedding didn’t have a huge guest count and was not over the top or super lavish but it was so sweet and there was lots of love
Our bride chose a color palate of red and white with a bit of blush. Together we selected summer blooms including red dahlias, blush quicksand roses, chocolate cosmos, field grown annuals, peach foxgloves, burgundy amaranth and a mix of greenery.
We love the this photo of the groom taken by Jennifer Tai
The bridesmaids wore red dresses and the groomsmen had pocket squares instead of a boutonnière
Ceremony flowers were arranged in a semicircle, it makes really lovely backdrop for the bride and groom.
Welcome to the reception. The ceremony flowers are arranged in individual boxes and are easily moved to the wedding reception. We move some of the flowers in front of the DJ, which he really liked, and some flowers were place in front of the wedding signs
The guest tables were set with blush linens and were accented with red, white and blush centerpieces. Two style of arrangements made with the same flowers add interest to the wedding reception. Gold compotes and low vases are the perfect choice to add a bit of shine.
Cocktail tables don’t need to much but I always love to do something
Sweet heart table for the sweet bride and groom
And the cake, all sugar flowers, really stunning
The brides bouquet
Huge thanks to Jen for all the photos, its always so good when she is the photographer
Manette Gracie planning and styling, its always a pleasure
Photographer: Jen Tai &Co
Catering: Ravishing Radish
Cake: Blue Box Bakery
DJ: Sean Wheatley of Seattle Parties
Favors: Frans Chocolates
Rentals: Cort Party Rental
Planner: Rachael with Manette Gracie