Blush is the New Black

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Congratulations to Hannae & Ian who wed with the design, planning and coordination help of the VOWS team at the Seattle Tennis Club on July 5th, 2014. Big thanks to Laurel McConnell Photography for the stunning images!

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This gorgeous couple had a ton of personality and class. The ever-pinned wedding color: blush was their wedding hue of choice…but not without a transitional Mocha Lamour on the guest tables and a hint of Black Dupioni thrown in for sass (see our napkins and bouquet handles).  Bling was also a favorite for the bride whether it be in her gorgeous headpiece, jewelry, and the head-turning, gold sequin drape adorning the head table.

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Guests’ first impression of this special day was their statement invitation made of acrylic with blush floral and geometric patterned paper delivered in a sleek, black box. The theme was carried through all the day-of coordinates including their program, table numbers and escort cards.

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Floral was an explosion of to-die-for Phalaenopsis orchids, peonies, garden roses and hydrangea.  Traditional candelabras with dripping crystals were the centerpiece of choice.

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The ceremony along the shore of Lake Washington in the Madison Park neighborhood of Seattle was a mix of glam and nature with the orchid filled, sand-blasted, manzanita trees beginning and ending their aisle. The black containers brought the sophistication that the couple was looking for.

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Our Korean Princess wore not one, but two Vera Wang gowns. The first a soft blush with tulle, sequins and sexy yet sweet bodice. The second, a truly sophisticated sheath that followed the lines of her petite frame like a glove, was a surprise reveal  before their 1st Dance.

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Lighting played a huge part in decorating the traditional ballroom; starting as amber up-lighting that transitioned to pinks and greens for dancing. The projected monogram on the wall was a special touch and matched their wedding paper “brand”.

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Dessert didn’t disappoint with delicious wedding cake and Seattle’s favorite Trophy Cupcakes as a favor for each guest.  Photo booth and dance floor fun finished out the night before the bride & groom departed in a vintage Rolls Royce destined for their honeymoon suite in the heart of Downtown Seattle. 

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Photography & Photo Booth: Laurel McConnell Photography | Flowers: Flora Nova | Dessert: Crème de la Creme and Trophy Cupcakes | Invitations/Paper: Paper Moxie | DJ/Lighting: Good Times DJ & Greenlight Event Design | Beauty: Salon Maison | Rentals: AA Party and Creative Coverings | Videographer: Cabfare Productions | Ceremony Music: Arcobaleno Strings 

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