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Willows Lodge | Weddings in Woodinville 2017

Jacky Grotle

This year we chose "Golden Delicious" as our theme at Willows Lodge. We wanted a NW element to "play off of" for our NW Lodge venue and decided on......apples.

LOVED our apple garlands, a giant ceremony alter wreath, gorgeous trailing bouquets. We had gold and apples throughout.  Barking Frog served amazing appetizers, including their famous Grand Mariner Prawns. Guests toured Willows Lodge grounds and rooms with top vendors in every area. 

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The Rainier Club

Jacky Grotle

Kate was a bridesmaid in almost a dozen weddings we had planned over the years so when she became engaged to Bjorn, we received the call and of course were thrilled to help with their wedding.  The Rainier Club's gold leaf ceilings, crystal chandeliers and elegant staircase were the perfect accents for this Gatsby inspired wedding. The use of soft white feather plumes & crystals in the floral arrangements kept with this theme. A champagne tower started the reception off in style and a streamer exit was the perfect end of the night for this elegant couple.

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Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club

Jacky Grotle

When you have your wedding at the base of a mountain range, you never know what the weather might be. But this late summer wedding was absolute perfection! Just enough clouds to make the background of Mount Si absolutely stunning and a view that went on for miles. Jaimie and Steven married under a traditional Chuppah.  The rabbi that married Jaimie's parents came out of retirement to perform the ceremony for Jaimie & Steven. The pale pinks and light green in the floral arrangements complemented the space and feel of the wedding perfectly. Dancing started with the Horah and went into the late night with everyone having a great time.

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