This wedding rocks my socks off. So many adorable details sprinkled throughout the day. So much love and joy. Shot by the talented Ben Blood.
Dress made by Portland designer, Holly Stalder
Veil and headband made by Hollin using vintage material.
TIghts from LoveColour-LoveTights
Shoes by Pink! (Nordstroms)
Hair/Makeup by Erin Skipley
Dresses made by Hollin and her mom (entire outfit under $75)
Flower hair accessories made by Hollin using vintage materials
Groom and Groomsmen:
Outfit assembled with Urban Outfitters and Kohls (entire outfit under $75)
Ties made by Hollin’s mom
Ribbon boutonnieres made by Eric and Hollin.
Photography by Ben Blood, YAY!
Invitations by Anna Hurley (Hello Lucky!) (I saw you had a link on your blog, right? I never took a picture)
Super8 footage shot by Paul Hoppe
Medium Format shot by Vanja
Music by Garage Voice
Favors: bags were screenprinted using a Gocco printer by Hollin’s sister, Keiko, who also made pendant banners that hung above the reception.
Flowers: Flowers by 2Daisy Designs (Snoqualmie). Hollin collected tea tins over the years in order to have a fair collection for any sort of event.
Ribbon Dowels: Hollin and Keiko thought it would be festive to make ribbon dowels to decorate the ceremony walk way, and could also be used for fun in the bridal party photos.
Croquet set and Gramophone were purchased in anticipation of the wedding
Ceremony Chuppah made by Hollin’s dad and groomsmen. Hollin used thrift store lace curtaind and tableclothes to drape the top of the frame. The bridal party collected twigs, rocks, and moss to embellish the chuppah as well.
Treehouse Point (Issaquah, WA)
Breakfast catering provided by Treehouse Point (Toast bar was Eric’s idea)
Donuts by Mighty O Donuts (Seattle)
Cake by Jen’s Desserts (Seattle)