An Outdoor Wedding at the Admiral’s House: Ginger and Michael
Outdoor weddings in Seattle are always a risky proposition, but the weather was certainly on this lucky couple’s side! The sun shone down on Ginger and Michael’s sweet outdoor wedding at Seattle’s historic Admiral’s House on the Magnolia Bluff. The couple chose a white and blush color palette for their garden wedding and let us play with all the soft spring texture available in May. Fragrant peonies, garden roses, spirea, sweet peas, phlox, tulips, tweedia, delphinium, hosta, and delicate jasmine vine combined to create soft, romantic, flowing florals that perfectly complimented their surroundings.
A Beautiful Day for a Wedding in the Garden!
Ginger and Michael said their “I Do-s” in front of an iron garden arch draped with greenery, roses, and arching delphinium. The bridesmaids’ blush gowns coordinated beautifully with the soft tones of the florals. After the garden ceremony, the guests dined under a billowy white tent set with long tables, wooden vineyard chairs, and lush low floral. The place settings combined white and delicate gold, a stylish contrast to the deep navy napkins. Trailing greenery climbed the tent legs behind the long head table, adding an interesting focal point for the toasts. A perfect setting for such a lovely occasion!
If you enjoyed this peek at the Admiral’s House, here are two more weddings at this historic Seattle venue!
Venue: The Admiral’s House
Floral and Decor: Flora Nova Design
Planning: Clutch Events
Photographer: Katie Parra
Rentals: Cort Party Rental