How is it already the end of October?!?! I feel like I say this every month. We still have a bunch of apples from when we went to the orchard a couple weekends ago, so we are starting the day off with some apple donuts. While we won’t be trick or treating, we’re still going to figure out some kind of low key costume for Charlie, and just walk around the neighborhood to check out the decorations. We’ll be finishing the day with chili and garlic bread, the meal Justin grew up eating on Halloween. It was his mom’s way of filling their bellies before trick or treating, so they (hopefully) wouldn’t eat all of their candy along the way. We’ve made it a tradition since we’ve been together, and I’m excited that we now get to share it with Charlie. To get you in the mood for whatever festivities you have planned for tonight (if any), we’ve got an elegant, Halloween inspired styled wedding for you today. Happy Halloween! Happy Weekend! And don’t forget to drop off your ballots and vote!
The theme of this styled wedding shoot centered around a romantic, light and airy feel with a subtle nod to Halloween–ivory, rose gold, burgundy, and a little sprig of dark blue, sparkly pumpkins, and delicate skulls with sprays of greenery.
The dessert table was a selection of macarons, a fault-line catacomb cake, and an elegant pile of mochi donuts. Outside of the sweetheart table, three other tables were set up more than 6′ apart with 5 place settings each, matching the current guidelines in the state of Washington for weddings taking place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Photographer: Lavender Bouquet Photography | 2nd Photographer: Markie Jones Photography | Planner & Florist: Love Blooms Wedding & Event Design | Venue: Waterfront | Cake & Macarons: Lydia’s Cakes & Confections | Donuts: Milkvue | Dress Designer: JJ’s House | Make-up Artist: ToshaRae MUA |