Watercolor and Gemstone Greenhouse Wedding

This gorgeous greenhouse wedding and restaurant reception allowed Allie and Brian to have the best of both worlds for their big day! The enchanting indoor gardens of Seattle’s Volunteer Park Conservatory provided an intimate setting for their ceremony, followed by a city chic reception at the unique event space, The Little London PlaneMaria Lamb captured this heartfelt and handcrafted wedding day filled with watercolor and gemstone details!

Delicate Watercolor Wedding Invitation Painted by the BrideBotanical Watercolor Invitation for a Conservatory Wedding

Hand Painted Gemstone Cookie FavorsDelicate Greenery Wreath for an Ethereal BrideLilac Silk Wedding Dress with Lace SleevesPurple and White Botanical BouquetGold and Diamond Engagement RingIntimate Greenhouse Wedding PhotosRomantic Conservatory Wedding with a Purple DressClassic Black Tie for the GroomBride and Groom Exchanging RingsIntimate Greenhouse Wedding CeremonyA Lavender Wedding Dress for a Greenhouse WeddingElegant Greenhouse Wedding in the Heart of SeattleBohemian City Wedding with a Lavender DressLush Greenhouse Wedding PhotosRomantic Moment on their Wedding DayMagic Greenhouse Venue in the Heart of SeattlePastel Garden Wedding BouquetRomantic City Wedding in Seattle

Lavender Chiffon Wedding DressFlowing Lilac Chiffon Wedding DressIntimate Restaurant Wedding with Glowing CandlelightSimple and Natural Place SettingElegant Pastel Centerpiece in Vintage SilverButtercream Wedding Cake with a Garden Flower TopperSimple Cake with Purple and Green FlowersNaked Cake with Greenery GarlandsRustic Cake Display for an Intimate Restaurant Wedding
Despite Seattle’s reputation as a rainy city, Allie and Brian’s wedding day boasted crystal clear skies. The glass walls of the Volunteer Park Conservatory filled the lush indoor garden with bright light. The natural beauty of the setting inspired Allie, who planned and designed their big day herself. Her choice of dress perfectly suited the fairy tale beauty of their ceremony venue, with a lilac lace gown from Emily Riggs. The lace sleeves and flowing chiffon skirt in palest purple helped pick her palette of lavender and green. Allie created their invitation suite herself, with hand painted botanical floral designs inspired by the elegance of the conservatory.

Deciding on a bouquet for a greenhouse wedding is no easy feat, but Allie worked with the floral collective at The London Plane Flower Shop to find the perfect flowers. Her bouquet of ivory and purple complemented the dreamy lines of her wedding dress, while the delicate botanical flowers stood out like jewels against the lush greenery.

After exchanging their vows in front of just thirty of their closest friends and family, the wedding party headed to downtown Seattle. The floor to ceiling windows of The Little London Plane, an urban event venue, looked out over the cobbled streets of Occidental Plaza. The white brick and blond wood of the loft inspired space added a touch of city chic to the wedding day. As night fell over the city, votive candles set on the family style tables and in niches in the walls cast a glow over the intimate celebration. A table set against the windows held an assortment of buttercream cakes adorned with purple flowers and fresh greenery. Candles set between the cakes and stands of cupcakes flickered against the wall of glass, creating a magical end to a fairy tale wedding day.

PHOTO CREDITS – 

Photography by Maria Lamb | Ceremony Venue located at Volunteer Park Conservatory | Reception Venue and Catering by The Little London Plane | Event Design and Watercolor Stationery by the bride | Floral Design by The London Plane Flower Shop | Wedding Dress by Emily Riggs Bridal | Bridal Hairstyling by Charbon Salon | Bridal Makeup by Chelsey Matley | Groom’s Suit from J.Crew | Wedding Cakes and Dessert Bar by Honey Crumb Cake Studio | Gluten Free Desserts by Cupcake Royale | Hand Painted Cookie Favors by Sogi’s Honey Bakeshop | Officiated by Carly Crookston

 

Watercolor and Gemstone Greenhouse Wedding

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