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Megan & Andrew ~ January 16, 2016

Happy New Year! We kick off 2017 looking back at our first wedding of 2016 when Megan and Andrew tied the knot at Axis Pioneer Square! From the beautiful floral to a stunning 5 tiered cake to a heartfelt toast by the groom all ending with an epic snow send-off it was a picture perfect day! Follow along as the images from Evantide Photography tell the story of one beautiful winter wedding! meganandrew1 meganandrew2 meganandrew3 meganandrew4 meganandrew5 meganandrew6 meganandrew7 meganandrew8 meganandrew9 meganandrew10 meganandrew11 meganandrew12 meganandrew13 meganandrew14 meganandrew15 meganandrew16 meganandrew17 meganandrew18 meganandrew19 meganandrew20 meganandrew21 meganandrew22 meganandrew23 Congratulations Megan & Andrew!

Thank you sooooooo much for everything!! You are amazing! Everyone has been raving what an amazing job you did! I can’t thank you enough. ~ Megan

Wedding Coordinator – Pink Blossom Events
Photographer – Evantide Photography
Venue – AXIS Pioneer Square
Caterer – City Catering Company
Florist – Julia’s Floral
Rentals – CORT Party Rental & Prop Gallery Events
DJ – Bugsie Productions
Cake – The SweetSide
Bridal Gown – Calla Bridal
Officiant – Aunt

Sara & Stephen ~ April 12, 2014

Sara and Stephen met the summer before their sophomore year at the University of Washington and right away became fast friends. After six years of dating and experiencing the highs and lows of life together they took the next step of moving in together and soon after were planning their wedding day.  After setting their wedding date and venue they soon became lost bringing their vision and ideas to life and that’s when Pink Blossom Events stepped in. Having chosen a book themed wedding to incorporate one of their favorite past times and wanting to incorporate Sara’s love of lavender and color we couldn’t wait to get started! Taking into consideration The Rainier Chapter House’s architecture and historic past (it happens to be a replica of George Washington’s Mount Vernon home) as well as the season we set forth on a soft color palette of spring pastels with a vintage yet romantic spin on the biblical theme. Some of our favorite touches that day include mini books fashioned as escort cards, letters as table numbers and a dessert bar filled with cookies made by Sara’s grandma and a gorgeous wedding cake made by the brides Sisters. Photos by Katie Parra Photography.

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