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Friday
Feb172017

TEAL AND GOLD NORTHWEST VINEYARD WEDDING INSPIRATION: Northwest Vineyard Wedding

With varying shades of teal bridesmaids dresses, a kissing booth, and live tree wedding favors, this DeLille Cellars wedding has so much Northwest to love.

From Rebecca Grant, wedding planner at New Creations Weddings - Taking cue from the gorgeous natural scenery of DeLille Cellars, the couple opted to keep the color palette grounded in shades of blue, greens and whites. Danielle and Rob provided special touches such as the live pine trees which doubled as escort cards.  There were also surprises for the guests all through the evening with a kissing booth (which Rob made himself), Gonzaga flag that came out during dancing (a nod to their alma mater), a cotton candy buffet, and a balloon release! This DeLille Cellars wedding has so much Northwest to love!

From Jaffrey Bagge, caterer at Twelve Baksets Catering - Rob and Danielle decided to have an Italian and Northwest fusion menu which fit the family and setting beautifully! From tray passed mini antipasto skewers and pear gorganzola crostini to cedar wrapped salmon and chicken picatta seated dinner, it was a perfect feast for the occasion. Our vintage mismatched china settings looked so elegant next to the little pine tree escort cards.

Northwest Vineyard Wedding

Northwest Vineyard Wedding

Northwest Vineyard Wedding

 

Northwest Vineyard Wedding

Northwest Vineyard Wedding

Northwest Vineyard Wedding

Northwest Vineyard Wedding

Northwest Vineyard Wedding

Northwest Vineyard Wedding

Northwest Vineyard Wedding

Northwest Vineyard Wedding

Northwest Vineyard Wedding

Northwest Vineyard Wedding

Northwest Vineyard Wedding

Northwest Vineyard Wedding

See more of this "Northwest Vineyard Wedding" HERE

Participating vendors in this "Northwest Vineyard Wedding" included:

Venue: DeLille Cellars |

"Day-of" Coordination and Design: New Creations Weddings | Photographer: David Lai Photography | Videographer: Peak Digital Cinema | DJ/Emcee: Brandon Ghorley | Catering: Twelve Baskets Catering |Lighting:  Crimson Haze Event Lighting | Officiant: Ray Van Winkle | Hair and Makeup: Off White Makeup and Beauty & Nami Nagasaki | Florist:  Victoria Graceson Floral (this was her last wedding) 
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Wedding Cake: Whole Foods |Rentals: CORT RentalsSeattle Farm Tables, & Vintage Ambiance  | Cake Stand: Sweet Buffet Lady | Paper Goods:  Etsy & Wedding Paper Divas

Tuesday
Jan242017

MEET UNIFIED CINEMATIC VIDEOGRAPHY AND LEARN WHY A PICTURE IS WORTH A 1000 WORDS AND A VIDEO... PRICELESS

You've heard brides say it - "the day was a blur" or  "it went by too fast", or "what? I missed grandpa dabbing on the dance floor?!" - these are just a few of the reasons why having a videographer at your wedding should be on your list of required vendors. While beautiful photographs capture a certain element of your wedding day, there's nothing like being able to look back and actually see and hear your father's toast or the serenade your fiance sang for you during the reception.
          
We're thrilled Unified Cinematic Videography will be showcasing their incredible video talents at The Hollywood Schoolhouse this year during the tour! Check out some of their work here and meet Michael Sunday, January 29th, 2017! 
        
DeLille Cellars teaser/trailer:

Emily and Patrick at The Hollywood Schoolhouse: 

Emily and Patrick - September 6, 2015 from Unified Cinematic Videography on Vimeo

See more of what Unified Cinematic Videography is filming on their BLOG, WEBSITE, FACEBOOK, G+, VIMEO, INSTAGRAM and PINTEREST

 

If those gorgeous teasers don't convince you, read what these happy couples had to say about their wedding video:

   "We LOVED the video! You did an amazing job and captured so many wonderful moments of the day! It was fun to watch and relive everything because I was definitely on an emotional high! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!" -Lindsey

"Michael is truly an artist. He did such a fantastic job capturing our wedding day and I couldn't be happier with the final product! I didn't know what to expect when hiring a videographer, but Michael's professionalism and creativity blew me away." -Emily
         
Get your tickets for the 2017 Weddings in Woodinville tour, meet Unified Cinematic Videography, and relive your wedding day for years to come!
Friday
Aug192016

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You can now follow Weddings in Woodinville on Instagram

You can now follow Weddings in Woodinville on Instagram

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Monday
Apr302012

"What Junebug Loves" featuring Jacky Grotle of Event Success

 We're so excited to see so many Weddings in Woodinville vendors featured on Junebug Weddings "What Junebug Loves".  Check out the details below:

Contemporary Seattle Wedding at Olympic Sculpture Park - Rhea and Justin

Today's fabulous celebration was in a sleek, modern setting warmed up with all sorts of personal vintage touches that magically combined to make for one meaningful day! I love that Rhea and Justin carefully considered the meaning behind each step of their ceremony and added unique touches that made the day their very own - doesn't hurt that they have the cutest car ever either! Enjoy Rhea's great stories about the day and the beautiful images captured by The Popes!

Wedding Portrait with vintage Mercedes Benz, photo by The Popes

The Couple: Rhea and Justin

The Wedding: 9.17.11 - Olympic Sculpture Park Seattle, WA

Yellow Diamond Wedding Ring, photo by The Popes

 

modern wedding with bright yellow details, photo by The Popes

 

Romantic Bridal Portrait, photo by The Popes

What were the top three priorities for you in planning your wedding? First, we wanted to select a venue that would have wonderful views and be near the water. We hoped to get the best DJ or band we could find because we really wanted to throw a memorable and fun party. Also, we wanted to include as many personal details as possible, which was the reason that we chose The Olympic Sculpture Park. It's where we had our first date! It's also why we included our antique 280SL in the celebration, a gift to my mother from my father when she found out she was pregnant.

modern wedding with bright yellow details, photo by The Popes

 

modern wedding with bright yellow details, photo by The Popes

What wedding traditions or cultural traditions did you incorporated into your wedding and what did they mean to you? We chose to walk down the aisle as a couple, as a symbol of our equality entering into our marriage. We also decided to surprise our guests by walking in towards them. Instead of having our backs to them the whole time, we could see their expressions! Another special detail was a small heart-shaped locket I wore in memory of my father to keep him close to my heart.

modern wedding with bright yellow details, photo by The Popes

 

modern wedding with bright yellow details, photo by The Popes

 

modern wedding with bright yellow details, photo by The Popes

Were there any places where you “broke the rules” in your wedding planning? Why and how did you do that? What comes to mind is that we almost got arrested for trespassing when we tried to walk down the aisle! We had to close the area known as Sera’s Wake, where we would be walking in for the ceremony. However, nobody told the security guard that we would be entering on that side. When we snuck down past our guests to do our “surprise entrance” we were stopped by security and told, “Stop you can’t come through here, we are closed for a wedding!” At this point the music had already started, our bridal party was in place and all of the guests were waiting. I think both of us were ready to tackle the guard if necessary! Fortunately after my fiance said, “Yeah we are the wedding!” we just pushed past him and attempted to regain our composure quickly. In the end it became one of our favorite stories about the big day.

modern wedding with bright yellow details, photo by The Popes

 

modern wedding with bright yellow details, photo by The Popes

What was your biggest wedding planning success? Getting passed that security guard! Oh, and also our wedding dance. I was so proud of my husband for having the guts to step out of the box a little and do a fun dance routine with me. We spent several months taking lessons at Dance Sport International in Lake City and worked with two fantastic dance instructors, Robert and Monique Horuda. We even went to the venue to dance it in the actual space before the big day. It meant so much to me that my husband took the time to learn to dance with me and he looked fantastic on the big day! Everyone was really impressed and my mother was brought to tears.

modern wedding with bright yellow details, photo by The Popes

What was the most important thing that you learned through the wedding planning process and what would you tell other brides-to-be? I did not believe this at the time, but the stuff that goes wrong and the things you don't plan sometimes make the best memories later. One example, after our wedding reception was over we had a car take us to a park that overlooks Seattle, so that we could have a few quiet moments together before going back to our hotel. When we got to the park there was a party bus there and tons of 20-somethings running around the park. We almost left, but instead decided to get out of the car and take a chance. The moment the people saw us we were showered with attention! They picked us up and carried us around, told me how beautiful I looked and took photos with us like we were movie stars! It was insane (in a good way). Also it was a total surprise and nothing we could have ever planned or purchased. Sometimes the best moments in life are free!

modern wedding with bright yellow details, photo by The Popes

The Wedding Team:

The Photographer: The Popes
*Event Planner: Jacky Grotle of Event Success 
Ceremony/Reception Venue: Olympic Sculpture Park
Officiant: Reverand Mary Calhoun
*Invitation Designer: Merchants Design
Catering: Seattle Art Museum
Florist: Queta Schaffer
Wedding Cake: Cupcake Royale
*Wedding Dress: Luly Yang Couture
Bridal Accessories: My Glass Slipper
Bridesmaid's Apparel and Accessories: La Belle Elaine's
Groom and Groomsmen Apparel and Accessories: Wall Street Clothiers
*Hair and Make-up: Salon Maison
DJ: Emerald City Productions
Live Music Seattle String Quartet
Transportation: Seattle Town Car
Dance Instruction: Dance Sport International
Rentals: Rented Elegance
Rings: Costco
*2012 Vendors of Weddings in Woodinville

Rhea and Justin, thank you so much for sharing your beautiful and unique wedding story with us!

Readers, discover more wedding inspiration in Junebug Weddings Real Weddings Libray!