Spring is finally making its way across the country, and how amazing beautiful is it in the Pacific Northwest? This lovely bridal tea showcases spring in Seattle with some gorgeous Anthropologie inspired style from Jen Leslie Events! Gray skies or no, the warm pastel shades of the bridesmaids’ dresses and the inviting tea party spread are the perfect way to welcome spring. These lovely ladies were fêted in style at the Corson Building in South Seattle, which features a mix of farmhouse and manor house style, and could not have made for a more inviting venue. The garden is already blooming with greenery underneath the overcast sky, but once inside the farmhouse interior exudes warmth and welcome.
Columbia City Bouquet played off the quintessential Pacific Northwest fern for the floral arrangements, adding romanic roses and berries to round out the vintage, bohemian style of the day. Brightly colored sachets of confetti tea kept the bridal party warm, in addition to the delicate desserts catered by the venue. At once chic and inviting, these ladies set out to create the perfect inspiration for a bridal tea or a lunch to celebrate your bridesmaids!
Photography by Tonie Christine Photography | Located at the Corson Building | Coordinated by Jen Leslie Events | Florals by Columbia City Bouquet | Rentals provided by Vintage Ambiance | Stationery and Paper Goods designed by Wolfhouse Paper Co. | Hair Styled by Sorrida Salon | Submission via Two Bright Lights