The flowers were done by a lovely woman who owns a farm on Whidbey. I told her I wanted mostly cream/neutral flowers with a few yellows and for it to look very natural and soft. I had been collecting milkglass for the year and a half we were engaged, so I had a ton of vases for her to fill with flowers and arrange on the tables! I made the table numbers out of wood house letters that I found at a craft store and painted them a rich yellow. The place cards I gocco printed like the invitations…no programs, no favors.
Hairpiece: Lauren from Loboheme
Shoes: Kathryn Amberleigh
Venue: Fireseed Catering
Flowers: Forget Me Not Farms
Photography: Ben Blood
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