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Block 41 Wedding with Colorful Spring Flowers

May 12, 2022

Block 41 Wedding with Colorful Spring Flowers

This breathtaking spring Block 41 wedding editorial will have you swooning! We absolutely love working at Block 41, and were so excited to bring our unique style to this gorgeous venue for a chic black-tie celebration. We were inspired by specialty daffodils, which are some of the first blooms we get here in the PNW after a long winter. We added lots of other stunning botanicals, marble accents, and citrus details. We hope you love seeing these delicate spring blooms and artistic shots as much as we do!

Block 41 Wedding bouquet details of delicate spring blooms
A delicate spring bouquet sits on the floor in the sun at a Block 41 wedding
An artistic photograph with repeating images of the block 41 wedding bouquet

Block 41 Weddings

Block 41 is a stunning wedding venue in Seattle, right in the heart of Belltown. We love Block 41 for its vibrant city setting, modern interiors, and the fact that their team is delightful to work with! It has two huge indoor spaces, as well as a courtyard with one of our favorite murals in the city. We really enjoy the wealth of white space at Block 41, because it allows it to transform into whatever you want. With that in mind, we knew we wanted to use colorful spring wedding florals to turn this space into a chic, black-tie affair. We loved using Block 41's circle arch for this dramatic wedding ceremony floral installation!

The couple stands in front of the ceremony arch at a Block 41 wedding
The Block 41 wedding's king's table with disco balls above
The Block 41 wedding King's table with florals and marble accents
The outdoor Seattle mural at Block 41

Modern, Chic Wedding Ceremony Flowers

To begin, we started with the large circular arch at Block 41. We used a wide array of botanical materials for this wedding floral installation, from garden roses to dried ferns. Of course, we chose all of our favorite spring blooms, too, including daffodils, tulips, poppies, and ranunculus. We loved layering the flowers and ferns, and creating several different focal areas based on color and texture. For example, we chose to go brighter orange on the ends of the arch, with more pastel and neutral tones in the middle. We also loved the contrast with the black chairs, which you can see in the nighttime image (credit to Barbie Hull). 

A closeup of the floral installation on the Block 41 wedding arch
Circular arch for Block 41 wedding covered in flowers
Block 41 wedding arch at night
A close up of the Block 41 wedding circle arch florals
The bottom of the circular arch at a Block 41 wedding, covered in flowers
The Block 41 wedding floral arch in an artistic, repeating image

We are absolutely obsessed with how this turned out! We were lucky to have sunshine that day, and the light streaming through the windows created such a dreamy setting for this ceremony. And we love the artistic images with the repeating flowers and hazy surroundings.

Bridal portrait at Block 41 wedding in front of circle arch, covered in flowers
Block 41 wedding ceremony arch florals with couple standing in front
A closeup of the floral arch for this Block 41 wedding with roses, tulips, and more
A hazy closeup of the wedding floral arch roses at Block 41

Black-Tie Wedding Reception

We also designed florals for the black-tie wedding reception at Block 41, including a gorgeous King's Table for the wedding party. We continued to go for a light and airy feeling, but chose to be a little more bold with our colors here. We used marble accents like chargers and candleholders to elevate the design, and also incorporated bright citrus touches on the tables themselves. Our florals for tables were almost entirely bud vases and small ceramic vessels, grouped together to create a multi-layered look. We considered color, height, dimension, and texture in our groupings, so we used a wide mix of botanicals and vessels to create one-of-a-kind look. We absolutely love the way this came together with rentals from CORT and menus from Blake Design Studio.

Block 41 Wedding Kings Table setting with flowers and marble chargers
Flowers in bud vases on the Block 41 wedding kings table
Block 41 wedding head table details with flowers, candles, and place settings
The Block 41 wedding king's table with florals and place settings
Floral details on the block 41 wedding head table
A blurry, artistic shot of the Block 41 head table flowers

The couple's reception also included a glam champagne tower, a balloon arch, a neon sign, and of course, cake! We loved all of it, and were so thrilled with how it turned out. Of course, we enjoyed working with our other vendors to make sure there were florals for both the balloons and the cake table! We also loved the disco balls above their head table - such a fun touch! (Disco balls are definitely having a moment right now.) 

Block 41 wedding champage tower with couple pouring champagne
Block 41 wedding neon sign that says "better together" with a champagne toast
Block 41 wedding cake table with cake, macarons, and of course flowers
The couple sitting at their head table at Block 41
Floral highlights from Block 41 wedding reception

Block 41 Wedding Design Details

We loved working on these wedding designs with planner Carly at Emerald Engagements, and all of our fellow vendors! We originally considered an all black-and-white setting, but we wanted to try something a little different by adding some bold citrusy tones. Carly also suggested working with marble accents instead of strictly black or white, and I'm so glad we went in this direction! We also relished in the details of our couple's personal flowers and bouquet. We were really inspired by the citrus Carly and I talked about, but wanted to ensure the florals were not too bright or garish. As a result, we ended up with a sophsticated palette of neutrals, blushes, taupes, and peaches with little pops of orange.

Block 41 wedding bridal bouquet in sophisticated color palette of taupes, blushes, and orange

We chose a truly stunning array of botanicals for this unique color palette, using all the best of spring. Delicate blooms like parrot tulips, ranunculus, specialty daffodils, butterfly ranunculus, and poppies made the cut. We also used a wide palette of roses, from buttery yellow garden roses to toffee-colored stunners. And in our floral installation work, we also added dried bracken fern for a wonderfully taupe base, as well as grapefruits, blood oranges, and clementines on the tables. These botanicals matched perfectly with the invitation suite as well. We love this chic, vibrant palette and how uniquely modern it felt at Block 41!

Block 41 wedding bridal florals and floral arch
Block 41 wedding boutonniere
Block 41 wedding bouquet with pastel color palette
block 41 wedding stationery with flowers and citrus

Sunset Wedding Reception at Block 41

We wanted to also share a few images of what the wedding and venue looked like after the sun set. We loved using more bud vases and citrus for these chic cocktail tables with black velvet linens! And of course, it is always fun to see floral installations in different lighting. Thanks to Barbie Hull for these three nighttime images! 

Block 41 wedding cocktail table with flowers
Block 41 wedding arch at nighttime
Block 41 wedding arch at night

Getting married at Block 41? Or just love this floral palette as much as we do? We would love to hear about your wedding plans. You can click the button below to reach out and check your date. We can't wait to hear from you!

Couple walking down stairs at Block 41 wedding reception

Vendor Team

Thank you to this phenomenal team of wedding vendors!

Floral Design: Bloom Poet | @bloompoet_

Planner: Emerald Engagements | @emeraldengagements

Venue: Block 41 | @block41_seattle
Photographer: Jessica Wood | @jessicawoodphotos
Hair & MUA: Michelle Wight | @michellewight.hmu

Rentals: CORT Party Rental | @cortpartyrental⁣⁣

Soft Seating: Vintage Ambiance | @vintageambiance⁣⁣

Lighting: Crimson Haze | @crimson_haze_lighting

Balloons: Smash Baby Smash | @smashbabysmash

Catering: Foodz Catering | @foodzcatering

Stationery: Blake Design Studio | @blakedesignstudio

Dress: La Belle Elaine's Bridal | @labelleelainesbridal

Tux: Generation Tux | @generationtux

Ready to talk about your wedding vision? You can check your date with us by clicking the button below.


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  1. The inventiveness and narrative in this post are extraordinary, and the images are stunningly beautiful. You’ve accomplished something remarkable! Cheers and all the best for 2024, Anja.

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