Yowza! blinded. now that's some ice, some pretty, vintage ice that is...
okay, so it's not budget friendly, what so ever but it is divine and different, right?
Dress: Therese Rawsthorne via Frances May
City Hall chic anyone? Just you and your love, dressed in simple yet stylish attire, a single flower and a little lipstick for color. I love the idea of a quiet, no fuss wedding, like this couple's court house union I posted a few weeks ago.
I love when creative peeps share their work with me especially when the event is small and whimsical. Oh and involves playful masks.
Today's beautiful wedding was photographed by a newbie on the wedding scene, Seattle based photographer, Desiree of Des Haigh Photography.
This intimate celebration took place in the hub of northwest Washington State, Samish Point by the Bay. The ceremony was held on the property of this little house, nature all around and a reception dinner with close family and friends at The Williams Point House.
oh-so-enchanting and sweet, right?
Desiree, was kind enough to give some more details about this lovely event.
"Grace and Dylan rented several properties for their family and closest friends to stay for the 4 day event. The Williams Point House was the main attraction for most of the meals and events. They hosted a 8 course meal that was sustainably/locally grow and prepared by a local Chef. The day after the event all the guests (including myself) were invited to head out to the San Juan Islands to go Orca whale watching which was beyond spectacular! The main focus for their entire event was to be surrounded in love by people who understood the special-ness of their relationship and love."
to see more of this wedding go here
Cécile Boccara's beautiful hand made creations add a touch of whimsy to any brides attire.
Her studio is based in Paris, France (sigh) but also makes many pieces to order. If your in the states, some of her pretty little things can be found exclusively at NYC Anthropologie stores....
take a look at her feathers, flowers, birds galore collection