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White Wedding Editorial | Michaela & Adrienne

June 7, 2022
Brides kissing while toasting their champagne glasses

White Wedding Editorial with Michaela and Adrienne

Over the past couple of years, COVID has had us all rethinking what weddings could look like. New words like "minimony" and "micro wedding" entered our vocabulary, and never left. We've also had to reckon with how white and heteronormative the wedding industry can feel. As a result, we decided to create a Seattle micro wedding that gave the classic "white wedding" a fresh, modern update. We loved being able to celebrate a queer love story, while also getting inspired by Seattle itself! Naturally, we used the best of September's local flowers to show that a white wedding can still be adventurous and stunning. We love how this micro wedding evokes the modern city vibes of Seattle in the fall. Of course, in true Seattle style, it even rained all day for us!

A bride holding a white bouquet in front of a floral installation
A white wedding table setting with taper and votive candles
A white flower hairpiece for bride's hair flowers

Lush White Sweetheart Table

First, for the sweetheart table design, we wanted to bring a little drama. We were so excited to pair neutral stoneware ceramics from our partners at CORT Party Rental with more glitzy items. Adding golden-rimmed glasses, golden silverware, and gold candlesticks in a mix of heights and colors really elevated the design. We also left the table bare aside from a gorgeous taupe runner. In addition, we used traditional, formal white blooms with a mixture of totally unconventional ingredients for the floral designs.

A place setting with gold silverware and white floral centerpiece
A white table with tan taper candles and mushrooms
A long white wedding table with white florals, a neutral table runner, candles, and place settings
Table details with table runner, candles, and tomatillos

Clearly, we loved mixing local garden roses and dahlias with native botanicals like mossy sticks, ferns, and snowberries. On the table, we laid out locally-grown tomatillos, mushrooms, and hellebores to tie everything together! Obviously, we loved playing with the range of neutrals in this design, including incorporating the warm neutral tones of the wooden chairs. In the end, the overall result embraces our city’s unique style, which is simultaneously luxurious and laid-back.

A close up of white and blush garden roses
Tiny mushrooms add to the tablescape for this white wedding
Table settings with stoneware plates, white floral arrangements, and tan taper candles
The indoor table setup
A white wedding table setup with window in the background

Minimalist Floral Installation

Next, for the ceremony, we wanted to make sure we really highlighted Michaela and Adrienne’s wedding looks. So we took a minimalist approach and used only flowering autumn clematis and love-in-a-puff vines in the corner. As a result, this framed our couple beautifully and let their love shine through!

Brides embracing and holding white bouquet
A bride getting ready standing in front of a floral installation
Bride holding white bouquet and looking out window

Floral Jewelry and Wearable Flowers

Of course, we absolutely LOVE creating floral jewelry and wearable flowers for our wedding clients. We used some of our favorite designs in this micro wedding, including a floral necklace, floral cuff, hairpiece, and boutonniere. Without a doubt, we love to see how modern and luxurious floral jewelry looks on our brides. (Hot tip: moms also love having custom pieces made, too.)

A queer bride buttons her vest before the wedding ceremony
A white flower hairpiece for bride's hair flowers
A bride holding a bouquet and wearing a floral necklace
Brides embracing on their wedding day

A Modern White Wedding Bouquet

Lastly, we knew the bouquet had to be a show-stopper! So we mixed traditional wedding flowers like white roses with some truly unconventional materials. In September, we have some of the best botanicals all year in Seattle, since it's the perfect bridge month between summer and fall. In this case, summer favorites like dahlias paired beautifully with fall textures like snowberries and autumn clematis.

A white wedding bouquet

This bouquet features these amazing locally-grown botanicals:

  • White roses
  • White dahlias
  • Snowberries
  • Scabiosa
  • Orlaya
  • Autumn flowering clematis
  • Maidenhair fern
  • Mossy sticks
  • Love-in-a-puff vine
  • Green hellebores 

A Celebration to Remember

Champagne being poured as brides look at each other lovingly
A modern white wedding with two brides toasting champagne
Brides holding hands and dancing after their ceremony

All told, we love how this micro wedding evokes the modern city vibes of our neighborhoods in the fall. Once the rain stopped, we were thrilled to get some great shots of Michaela and Adrienne walking down the street!

A couple embraces outside of their white wedding ceremony, just married
A queer couple walks outdoors in Seattle holding hands after wedding
A lesbian couple celebrates their white wedding with a quick run down the sidewalk together

Of course, if you are planning your wedding - no matter how big or small - we would love to hear about it! You can inquire below to check your date and tell us all the details. 

Vendor Team

Photographer: Missy Palacol | @missy.palacol⁣⁣
Florist: Bloom Poet | @bloompoet_
Rentals: CORT Party Rental | @cortpartyrental⁣⁣
Couple: Michaela & Adrianne | @michaelaandadrianne


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