What do you do when the bride and groom draw wedding inspiration from two completely different sources? In this week’s featured wedding, one couple combines touches of both to create a magical woodland wedding at The Lookout Lodge in Snohomish. Please read on for highlights of this lush forest-y celebration!
Being a Harry Potter fan, Jordan dreamed of adding a glint of magic to her wedding. Ross, on the other hand, had visions of Scandinavian seafarers. With a little bit of this and a little bit of that, the couple was able to make their wedding dreams come true.
Adorned with overflowing greenery and neutral-colored florals, Flowers by Tiffany created magical installations for the ceremony altar, arrangements for the reception area, and drool-worthy bridal and bridesmaid bouquets—all fitting for the couple’s chosen wedding venue. Not forgetting the groom’s original inspiration, the bride presented a traditional Viking horn to the groom during their first look. Check out her dress and his surprised expression in the photo gallery!
Sweet Buffet Lady supplied the crisp linens and gilded décor, the perfect contrast to the abundant greenery of the floral arrangements. We love how the rentals pop against the moss-covered centerpieces! After a dinner of Trails End Catering--featuring Merlot braised short ribs and garlic cream chicken with penne--Sounds Unlimited provided the perfect tunes for the couple and their guests to celebrate the night away under the stars.
About The Lookout Lodge
The Lookout Lodge embraces everything the Pacific Northwest is uniquely famous for. The scenic landscape and gardens beckons every outdoorsy and adventurous couple to experience this hidden gem. Privately secluded, this outdoor wedding and events venue is located just 50 minutes north of Seattle and is nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountain Range. If you love the journey as much as the destination, The Lookout Lodge is guaranteed to highlight the very best of your special day.
Please enjoy some photos from this forest-y wedding! To see the original post from GSquared Weddings, please click here.