November | There's nothing quite like a PNW coastal getaway - the misty airy, the rocky coast line, and the dark green tree coverage. Hailey and Chris' November wedding was a dream!
| Photo By Jess Hunter |
There's nothing quite like a PNW coastal getaway - the misty air, the rocky coast line, and the dark green tree coverage. Hailey and Chris' November wedding was a dream! The details were all so fitting for a Washington coast wedding. The forest green, mixed material bridesmaid dresses, the wooden chairs, and the bouquets mixed with house plant trimmings looked like they were meant to be in the coastal space and historic interior. We're obsessed with their indoor photoshoot, featuring the inn's historic photo gallery and stone chimney in the background.
The bride, being a senior marketing manager for Lifestyle magazine, thought of every detail and then some. Some of our favorite personal touches were the table numbers that featured the couples' baby photos at different ages, and their newspaper-style wedding programs, and the custom wedding t-shirt favors that guests rocked on the dancefloor. It all had a very nostalgic vibe.
Captain Whidbey is hidden away on Whidbey Island. Normally, it's a restaurant and Inn, but when you rent it for an event, it's the perfect wedding get away with onsite lodging and in house catering. We featured this venue as part of our Venue Series post, Washington Island and Coastal Wedding Venues, if you're looking for similar venue ideas!
Behind every beautiful wedding is a talented team of people - see The Vendor Team who made this day a reality at the end of the gallery.
The Vendor Team
Coordination: Your Perfect Bridesmaid (Kara)
Reception & Catering: Captain Whidbey
Dessert: Kathy Champ
Photographer: Jess Hunter
Florist: Alison Wiebe
Hair & Makeup: Angie Evans
Signage: Minted & DIY
Dress: The Dress Theory
Love what you see? We would love to help you achieve your unique wedding vision. Let us provide tailored vendor recommendations and create a unique design that fits your style and your budget. Don't have a venue yet? No problem. Having a planner as the first step in the process can save you time, energy and money.