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EVENT DESIGN - Chris + Adam

Chris and Adam were introduced to me by one of my best friends. They had just moved to the Pacific Northwest and were freshly engaged. This event was one of my first and it was collaboration with a few other artist-designer friends. This job taught me to love the collaboration process with both my comrades and the clients; it really was the element that heightened the design in a way that truly suited the Bride and Groom. 

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 We handcrafted every detail! One of my favorite things was starting the morning at Pikes Place Market picking out the most colorful fresh flowers for the tables, bouquets and boutonnieres then hoping on the Ferry headed to Kitsap Memorial State Park in Pouslbo. The venue was gorgeous, rustic and natural; we added a burst of color to match the couple’s personality. 

We handcrafted every detail! One of my favorite things was starting the morning at Pikes Place Market picking out the most colorful fresh flowers for the tables, bouquets and boutonnieres then hoping on the Ferry headed to Kitsap Memorial State Park in Pouslbo. The venue was gorgeous, rustic and natural; we added a burst of color to match the couple’s personality. 

 The guests were greeted with a handmade lemonade stand, monogrammed yard games and colorful quilts to sit in the grass and take in the view. The bride and her attendants walked down an aisle of spinning handmade paper pinwheels as matching pinwheels and sheer fabric adorned the chairs of the guests. The flower girl carried an antique book we restored with the title “To Have and to Hold”, down the aisle with the rings attached, this was a nod to the Bride who is an Editor. 

The guests were greeted with a handmade lemonade stand, monogrammed yard games and colorful quilts to sit in the grass and take in the view. The bride and her attendants walked down an aisle of spinning handmade paper pinwheels as matching pinwheels and sheer fabric adorned the chairs of the guests. The flower girl carried an antique book we restored with the title “To Have and to Hold”, down the aisle with the rings attached, this was a nod to the Bride who is an Editor. 

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 The tables had a multi layered centerpieces. Below vintage wooden frames we placed patterned paper. On top there were tufts of living moss grown here in the Pacific North West. And finally vintage bottles and the beautiful flowers we picked out from Pikes Place earlier that day. It was fun, colorful and unique to this wedding. The groom is a baker and he baked the most beautiful and delicious bread for the crowd to enjoy. The desert table had tiers of local pies with a huge golden frame around it and pillows of moss below. This was a beautiful, creative collaboration and I truly thank Chris and Adam for the opportunity to have designed their wedding!

The tables had a multi layered centerpieces. Below vintage wooden frames we placed patterned paper. On top there were tufts of living moss grown here in the Pacific North West. And finally vintage bottles and the beautiful flowers we picked out from Pikes Place earlier that day. It was fun, colorful and unique to this wedding. The groom is a baker and he baked the most beautiful and delicious bread for the crowd to enjoy. The desert table had tiers of local pies with a huge golden frame around it and pillows of moss below. This was a beautiful, creative collaboration and I truly thank Chris and Adam for the opportunity to have designed their wedding!

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