Kyna and Sean’s picturesque party was held at Woodinville Lavender, a stunning lavender farm. The couple had to reschedule their wedding due to COVID-19 but still wanted to get married and celebrate with all of their closest friends and family members.
Both Kyna and Sean love to hike and felt the farm was a perfect tribute to their shared hobby. The bride had always dreamed of getting married there. Purple is her favorite color and she loves the smell of lavender, it’s so calming and comforting.
From the bride: “After we settled on the lavender farm for our ceremony, lavender definitely became the theme/style and color palette. For our brunch reception, our theme and color palette was white and gold. We did a reverse wedding day and decided because COVID is making the world unpredictable, we should eat the cake first!”
The decor was kept simple; small white buckets of baby’s breath with gold monograms for the centerpieces and dessert table. The farm provided a metal arch and wooden benches, along with wine barrel tables.
The bride added sets of rustic lanterns lifted onto wooden crates, along with repurposing the buckets of baby’s breath from the brunch reception to create the aisle. It made for a picturesque party to celebrate their special day.
Other Location: Woodinville Lavender//Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Mens Wearhouse//Invitation Designer: New and Blue Enterprises//Dress Store: Davids Bridal//Makeup Artist: Michelle Wight Makeup Artistry//Officiant: Arbor Church//Other: Woodinville Lavender//Photographer: Stormy Peterson Photography