Jason and Emily’s engagement began when Jason proposed to Emily while they were vacationing in Paris. It was a storybook proposal that set the theme for their French inspired wedding at Chateau Lill last August. With a desire for an intimate and relaxed wedding as well as a nod to the French countryside, Jason and Emily worked with their vendors to pull off their dream wedding which incorporated a color palette of sage, cream, warm blush and gold. With the help of Fena Flowers, Jason and Emily added in paths of potted trees to soften the space and worked with Vintage Ambiance to fill the Chateau with hand selected pieces of furniture to create a warm and casual atmosphere. A few of our favorite details include the wood arbor built by the Father of the Bide as well as the salted caramels by Blue Box Bakery adorned with olive sprigs. And not to forget, true to the theme, Emily wore a Parisian wedding dress ensuring no detail was overlooked. Images of their wedding day captured by Azzura Photography.
Wooden signs created by Chalk.Ink.Style, featured custom artwork to match the floral from the couple’s invitations guided guests throughout the day.
Kaspar’s provided on-theme signature cocktails, a Rosemary French 75 & French Old Fashioned, for guests to enjoy post ceremony and into the reception. Later that evening guests were treated to an espresso bar, by Espresso Elegance.
Dear Andrea, Thank you so much for all your help in making all the details of Emily and Jason’s wedding absolutely perfect. One of our friends called it a fairy tale wedding and it really was. Steve even complemented you on how you were always there to help when needed. We really appreciate everything you did to make it a once in a lifetime experience for Emily and Jason. Emily said it exceeded her expectations, and I think a lot of that is due to you. Many thanks from all of us, Sally, Steve, Emily and Jason
Venue: Chateau Lill
Photographer: Azzura Photography
Wedding Planner: Pink Blossom Events
Hair & Makeup: Erin Skipley
Florist: Fena Flowers
Wedding Cake: Blue Box Bakery
Live Music: Harold Belskus
Officiant: Rev. Mary Calhoun
Espresso: Espresso Elegance
Lawn Games: Yeti Yard Games
Rentals: Vintage Ambiance & CORT Party Rentals
Accommodations: Willows Lodge
Rehearsal Dinner: McMenamins Anderson School
Darci and Eric met at CSU’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Fort Collins as Eric had just finished his internship and while Darci was working as an IT Technician. Eric conveniently kept coming up with computer troubles and eventually asked Darci to go out on their first date, a horse back ride. They were soon hooked and spent countless days together filled with adventures including many fishing trips along their favorite rivers. Fast forward to this Fall, after Eric had proposed at Salish Lodge, they were surrounded by the love of family and friends as Eric and Darci were married at their favorite winery, JM Cellars, on the Autumnal Equinox. They celebrated with wine, amazing food and cake, live music, and a bit of magic in the air. Highlighting the harvest moon and all the circles of life, it was one incredible celebration of love! Photos by B.Jones Photography.
Dear BreeAnn, Thank you for helping to make our special day the perfect day. Truly your attention to details, caring instruction, superb suggestions and friendship made this one-of-a-kind day possible. We simply can’t thank you enough. You’re the best! Sincerely, Darci & Eric
Wedding Planner: Pink Blossom Event
Photography: B.Jones Photography
Catering: Tuxedos & Tennis Shoes
Floral: Designs by Courtney
Live Music: Rosenoak
Hair & Makeup: Pacific Brides
Signage: Bride & Groom
Wedding Cake & Officiant: Friends
See more JM Cellars weddings by Pink Blossom Events
After initial meeting at the Washington State University
(Go Cougs!), Nick and Natalie chose Roche Harbor Resort
for their nautical inspired destination wedding. Roche Harbor held many memories for their family, one being that Natalie’s parents were married at the Chapel at Roche Harbor years earlier. The personalized touches were everywhere from Natalie’s favorite cheesecakes to signing their marriage license on a friends boat in the marina to riding in on Natalie’s Father’s 1930 Ford to ending the night with the Greek tradition of the smashing of the plates to highlight Nick’s Greek heritage. Krista Welch Creative
captured the story of one unforgettable wedding day on San Juan Island.
Officiant & Cookies Favors: Friends