Can you imagine the pure euphoria that comes the day of your wedding after two years of planning? This is a day of splendor packed with top trend wedding details from the tented ceremony and reception to the loads of greenery. Truly the Woodmark Hotel in Kirkland, Washington, was a remarkable sight to behold with the talents of A. Renee Weddings & Events at the helm and Lamb & Twig on floral. Right here is a prime example of how transformation is done down to the last detail. IJ Photo has all the prettiness from behind the lens to transport us to this dreamy outdoor wedding were a Pronovias bride relished every moment and aspect that went into her planning. When everything comes together and all the tears, laughter and second guesses are completely worth it.
Top Trend Wedding Details
Everywhere guests turned there were lovely details, romantic moments and top trend wedding details that IJ Photo clearly was busy photographing. One of the first things the bride exclaimed was, “have you seen the greenery in the tent?” The leaves hanging from the tent with the chandelier and café lights set a beautiful mood for their perfect day. But, we are skipping ahead as there were some pretty priceless moments leading up to evening of celebration. Beginning with the groom, Bryan, surprising his bride, Marie, with several gifts throughout the morning. Champaign, roses, jewelry, this is a groom who really knows how to win a girl’s heart. Marie gave Bryan prints from their engagement session, a boudoir session and they both exchanged heartfelt letters. It’s touching to see how they both shed happy tears as they read these personal love letters. Marie’s mother passed away and while she wasn’t able to physically be at the wedding she too had a love note for her daughter in the form of a ring that Marie wore on her wedding day. The tent with its cascading greenery was the perfect backdrop for the bridesmaids and groomsmen who additionally looked elegant walking up the aisle. After personal vows and a passionate kiss, the new Mr. and Mrs. escaped for a quick boat ride at sunset along Lake Washington.