I’m not sure if words can describe the creativity and thought that went into Kristen & Michael’s wedding. They got married in the beautiful city of Walla Walla, Washington at a private estate.  It was only fitting that everything was vintage, unique and charming because that’s exactly what best described the entire day. From the beautiful ceremony music by Phil Thompson to the charming flowers by Amore Floral Designs, everything came together perfect.

Loved little touches from the suitcase card box, to the picture frame photo wall for the guestbook, to the old clawed foot bath tub holding ice cold beverages!

And seriously other fun items like this old door made into a bench, in which Kristen wrote: “Michael loves Kristen” on it, and, the family wedding photos on display for all to see!

The seating chart made from an old window gave the rustic charm of being in the country side.

This charm definitely carried on with the tables themselves, from unique jars filled with florals and candles, to vintage books and doilies.  And of course we can’t forget the help from Sandy’s Rentals and Sun Rentals for the tenting and all rental necessities.  Guests also dined on the yummy menu care of the fantastic Graze Catering.

Colville Street Patisserie brought in the most delicious and decadent display of bite-sized desserts and the cutest little cake, befitting this beautiful day.  And the darling cake topper, courtesy of Kristen’s grandparents!

I can’t fail to mention the other fabulous vendors that helped bring Kristen & Michael’s dream to life: Venue – Double Rivers Ranch Estate, Officiant- Troy Fitzgerald, Photography – Ben Blood Photography, Hair/Makeup – The Bee Hive , Videography- Tower Weddings, DJ – Jon Loney, and Four Star Limousines.

Thank you Kristen & Michael for letting me share in this very special day with you two, and your wonderful families.  Many blessings and years of happiness to you both!

~A fun picture of me and Kay, the Mother of the Bride and my “partner in crime” for this festive, beautiful wedding!

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