Marjorie & Sam are so laid back, fun and have a lot of love for each other. It was a really special day for them and their families. Their perfectly classic wedding was held at the Four Seasons Seattle, her gorgeous Vera Wang dress came with 6 pages of bustle instructions and the finale was Michael Benson Band preforming on top of the already incredible day. Beautiful, classic florals provided by Aria Style and a huge thanks to Aaron Horton Productions for the fantastic video.
Take a look at this beautiful August wedding in Seattle:
Another beautiful wedding at Delille Cellars. I always love coordinating weddings here because this is where I got married! Needless to say, our team knows the space well and understand all of the fun logistics that that facility demands to pull off a well executed wedding there.
Meet Valerie and Jeff — the sweetest couple with the most adoring and caring families. This was a Jewish wedding set under a Chuppah among the trees at the top of the property. I love the colors that Valerie chose. Teal with sunset tone florals. It was so vibrant and stunning against the natural backdrop.
Big thanks to Aaron Horton Productions for this fantastic video:
This was one fantastic wedding celebration to be a part of. As Rubi and Matt live in Chicago, I did most of the planning with Rubi’s father. This wedding went on for a couple days and the final day was quite the marathon of events and logistics. This wedding celebration was extra special because it was a fusion of two families and their cultures coming together. So we did all of the traditional Indian ceremonies as well as the traditional Western ceremony and festivities that surround both. Serious kudos and respect to Rubi and Matt for doing so well even though they must have been exhausted by the end of the final day.
The final day consisted of a call time of 4am for hair and make up. 3 hair/make up/wardrobe changes continued throughout the day. From there the Barat Ceremony (on the horse), garland exchange, ribbon cutting ceremony, breakfast for the guests followed by the traditional Indian ceremony. Thank you to the city of Bellevue for allowing me to final permits to march Matt (on the horse) and his entourage down NE 8th Ave. After this ceremony we escorted everyone to lunch. After lunch we had to completely flip the ballroom from the morning festivities to the dinner reception space. This was no easy task considering all of the walls had to be draped and the guest list was well..large. All while this was happening, I was coordinating the send off ceremony. From there Rubi & Matt got dressed for the Western Ceremony that was set up in the Hyatt Courtyard. (Thank you for not raining that day!) After the Western Ceremony, another wardrobe change, cocktail hour and then the formal dinner celebration and dancing that consisted of all the guests who attended the Indian ceremonies and Western Ceremony. A fantastic mix of Western & Indian music and dancing was put on by the awesome, Austin Beaver.
I was personally on site coordinating for 22 hours on that final day and I couldn’t be more thankful for my assistants (that came in shifts) to help coordinate all of this and for the many coffee runs!
VENUE: Grand Hyatt Bellevue
CATERING: Grand Hyatt & Masala of India
HORSE: A Country Wagon
PHOTOGRAPHER: Azzura Photography
VIDEOGRAPHER: Aaron Horton Productions
DJ & LIGHTING: Austin Beaver
AV: Hardcastle Entertainment
WALL DRAPING: Prop Gallery
FLORAL & DECOR: DecorNDesign
FAVORS: Salted Caramels by Decadence Custom Cakes
HAIR: G2 Salon
MAKE UP: Flawless Beauty Bars
Some great photos by the team at Azzura Photography:
Here is a fantastic video of the wedding by Aaron Horton.