Lin and Philip's wedding had one theme: ORANGE. The color dominated everything from their wardrobe details and sneakers (yes, they both wore sneakers!), to the candy-laden dessert table. Those aren't the only sweet details: Lin carried a bouquet made entirely from Dum Dums, and Philip donned a boutonniere to match. There was a tarot reading as part of their ceremony, and their dog Hannah served as a key player throughout the day… wait until you see the super cute hands-and-paws family photo from the reception!
Photography & Venue: Urban Light Studios • Caterer: Shooby Doo Catering
Comments on An orange Seattle wedding with a candy bouquet, tarot reader, and his-and-her wedding sneakers
So awesome! I wish I had been invited.
I love all the details of this wedding! The napkins and matchbox favors are awesome.
Congrats on your sweet wedding!
Lovely! What fun details and so meaningful to the two of you. Congrats! p.s. where did you get that awesome cake topper???
Lin found the cake topper on Etsy. There are several artist on there that will make custom cake toppers.
The matchbook thing cracked me up!!
I love the candy bouquet!!!
Question — where did you get the cake topper?
Hey so! This wedding was submitted by the venue. I’ll get in touch and see if they know!
Best. Matches. Ever!
I’m not sure about the exact store that sold it but I know the bride got the bouquet as well as cake topper from an Etsy store. They have amazing personalized wedding decor in general =)
I LOVE how happy the bride looks, such a gleeful face!
and the orange is delightful
Love it! Orange is our wedding color as well so it is very interesting to see another interpretation of its incorporation.
Love the shawl and the shoes!
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I was wondering how the bouquet was made
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