When I first met Kim and her mom to discuss her wedding photography I knew we were a match. Kim’s down-to-earth and kind demeanor resonated with me and I recognized we would work very well together. I was so excited when she ultimately chose me. I met Mike for the first time at their engagement session and could tell just how much this couple love and respect each other. And, of course, I love the Flower Farm Inn and knew their wedding would be lovely. The couple’s affinity for Dutch Bros coffee is highlighted with a coffee bar that served specialty drinks to guests and the chosen yellow and cream color scheme really pops and is oh so cheery. Details about their wedding are shared at the end of this post.
Kim had custom made cufflinks made for Mike. An initial to represent both of their names.
Her bridesmaid help tie the perfect bow.
Kim looked so elegant.
Her bridal gift? Her favorite perfume.
Her father wrote a sentimental note that brought tears to her eyes.
Kim with her beautiful parents.
I love the grey and yellow combination!
Kim and Mike opted for a Pie bar as they both don’t love cake. All of the pies were handmade by Mike’s mom. While I didn’t enjoy a slice myself, I heard they were delicious!
All of the silverware and plates were eco-friendly and compostable. What a unique and earth friendly thought!
Favors to guests were homemade jams. And
A happy groom see’s his bride for the first time.
This handmade wedding quilt was a special touch that this couple wanted included in their photos.
A little wedding fun.
Let the adventures begin!
The Dutch Bros coffee bar impressed and quenched the thirst of guests.
I loved these special “M” and “K” touches.
All of the heart-warming toasts kept guests laughing and smiling.
We end with a sweet moment between father and daughter.
Venue: Flower Farm Inn
Dress: Nordstrom Wedding Suite
Hair: Kristin Addiego
DJ: Nick Dekalb
Caterer: Randy Peters Catering
Pies: Mike’s mom
Invitations, jam favors, custom signs, place cards: DIY
Coffee: Dutch Bros Granite Bay