LLD wedding: k+d {modern seattle winery wedding}

{all images by Bryce Covey Photography; wedding planning, styling, floral design + paper design by lovely little details}

Remember the weekend trip I took to Seattle a few months back for k+d’s wedding, boxes of flowers in tow? We just got the amazing images back from Bryce Covey and I have to say it {if I haven’t said it enough times before} I. Love. Film. The grainy textures and raw images are just art to me. You can take a picture of a rock and I would love it. Film is my fave - so when k+d hired Bryce for their wedding, I was pretty much excited. I just wish I didn’t look like a hot mess after being rained on during the chuppah design so he could have taken a picture of me with my hundreds of coral charm peonies, too :)

I met k+d during one of their trips to San Francisco - they wanted to pull off a modern, winery wedding to reflect their eclectic, artistic style {both musicians, they appreciate art in all forms}. We had a venue picked and then, last minute, the decision was made to find another venue after the first venue started adding crazy charges that weren’t originally anticipated. In the long run, they couldn’t have made a better decision - they chose an amazing winery in the outskirts of Seattle, Washington where you could still see the rows of vines, but the modern, gray interior paired with pops of color was just totally them. They had custom pinatas made {they wanted their guests to have fun!}, had a mini “talent show” and most importantly, they had the time of their lives. Exchanging their vows beneath the canopy of k’s grandmother’s lace tablecloth affixed to a custom chuppah built with wood from her parent’s backyard piece by piece by her brother-in-law, I don’t think we could have envisioned a dreamier setting. But then the rain came… and went… and left us with a double rainbow. Not sure how you could top that, my friends.

Side note: one of my favorite things about this couple? They planned their wedding not with the intentions of being published in a magazine or blog, but so they could get married. Isn’t that the point? They were happy to have their wedding submitted somewhere, but really, that wasn’t their goal. So you know what? We’re not going to submit it anywhere. Because the most amazing thing about these two, besides the fact that we became fast and forever friends, was that they were most concerned about their guests being comfortable, having an amazing time, and absolutely and totally being themselves. That in itself was such a breath of fresh air I can’t even tell you! Here are some of my favorite shots from their big day.

This was a fun little detail I’d seen in similar format on pinterest. I took the idea and elaborated by making little drink tags that doubled as placecards. They were a huge hit.

Remember the ampersand I posted on instagram a few months back? I made this for the couple out of corks the winery had saved for me from the tasting room. It was the perfect accent for their reception, and something they now have up on their walls in their home.

The groom’s favorite color was orange - as a nod to his favorite team, the San Francisco Giants. So although we had pops of yellow and pink and gray inside, I gave him a surprise outside for the ceremony by using orange flowers.

The couple had  shared love for ferns, so I used some lush greens to accent the base of the chuppah, with pops of orange flowers tied in.

All the best k+d - heart you both big time.

Vendor Credits

Venue + Catering: Novelty Hill - Januik Winery
Wedding Planning, Styling, Paper Design + Floral Design: lovely little details
Photographer: Bryce Covey Photography
Rabbi: Rick Harkavy
Ceremony/Cocktail Hour/Reception Music: Wave Link Music, Inc.
Hair/Makeup: Off White Makeup and Beauty
Shuttle Bus: Starline Luxury Coaches
Chuppah: Custom built by bride’s brother-in-law

  • Anni says on August 27, 2012 Reply

    Beautiful wedding! Your floral designs are amazing, Jacin! I love everything about this one - it’s the perfect mix of modern and natural, stunning.

  • Katie @ Lovebird Productions says on August 27, 2012 Reply

    Amazing! You are so talented and there literally is inspiration at every turn with their decor.

    P.s. The brides red lips are amazing!

  • Cyn @ Cyn Kain Photography says on August 27, 2012 Reply

    I LOVE the cork ampersand! So cute!! Lovely floral design and photos!!

  • Marissa says on August 27, 2012 Reply

    heart this hard, J ;) xx

  • jessamyn harris says on August 27, 2012 Reply

    what a great couple! they are so friendly and her smile is just fantastic. congratulations, you all had an amazing wedding!

  • Jill@TeenageBride says on August 27, 2012 Reply

    a truly lovely event.

  • CeCe says on August 27, 2012 Reply

    Such pretty pics. I love the amazing details as always.

  • Arianne says on August 27, 2012 Reply

    What is that feather-lite greenery used in the table arrangements? It’s so barely-there that it almost looks like green fishing line. It’s amazing! Please share!

  • Valery says on August 27, 2012 Reply

    Dreamy! Love the first picture how the single bloom is used for the escort card!

  • Christina says on August 28, 2012 Reply

    this looks like such a gorgeous wedding. i LOVE the table arrangements! so intimate looking - gosh i need a bouquet or flower arrangement created by you just to have one, they are beautiful!

  • Lina says on September 1, 2012 Reply

    I just found your blog and fell in love with it! All these small details looks so pretty but fun at the same time.

  • Nathan says on September 13, 2012 Reply

    Looks like you did a great job. Lovely photos!

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