As a wedding planner when you get the opportunity to work with one of the coolest couples, and amazing vendors in a gorgeous setting it is pretty much a dream come true.
Ashley and Jared picked Bella Luna Farms for their August 25th wedding. And unlike most couples who get married there, who love the traditional dinner under their sailcloth tent, Ashley and Jared thought about their guests and what experience they wanted them to have.
Given that many guests would meeting for the first time (a very fun blend of west and east-coasters), they opted for a celebration that included both traditional and non traditional elements.
Their ceremony pulled in some of the more traditional elements as the wonderful, Rabbi Sarah married them under a floral embellished chuppah created by Amy of Gather Design Company.
From there guests were encouraged to wander the property, enjoying oysters from Pop Up Oyster Bar, and amazing food stations presented by the team at Upper Left Catering.
Each food station was intentionally positioned through out the venue giving guests an opportunity to see all that it has to offer, including a grape house, a family of darling goats, and an onsite creamery - just to name a few!
Rounding out their journey through out the farm, guests made their way to the tent where they were entertained with the most endearing toasts, a glam photo booth and an epic dance party.
And of course we couldn't let guests go home without one more surprise! Frankie and Jo's provided many guests with their first plant-based ice cream treat, a favorite of the couple's!
Ashley and Jared it was an honor to get to be a part of your special (and gorgeous!) day. And thank you to Seattle Bride who featured this amazing couple in their Spring/Summer edition.
Coordinator: Molly | Band: Bowie Vision | Beauty: Yessie Makeup Artistry | Catering: Upper Left | Ceremony Music: Jesse Sullivan Music + Robbie E | Chuppah: Gather Design | Florist: Bella Luna Farms | Ice Cream: Frankie & Jo’s | Photography + Photo Booth: Alante Photography | Rentals: Pedersens | Transportation: British Motor Coach + Butler Seattle | Videographer: Cabfare Productions