This gorgeous day at the Kingston House on Washington's Olympic peninsula proves once and for all that it's possible to create a sustainable wedding without sacrificing beauty or elegance.
Featuring a second-hand wedding dress, foam-free floral displays, vintage and rented tableware, local foods, wines, and favors, and a whole fleet of environmentally-minded vendors, you’d never know by looking at the photos that every beautiful detail was selected with sustainability in mind.
Daniela and Daniel's loved ones came together to celebrate their union with an intimate ceremony, tree planting, and cocktail hour complete with a gorgeous grazing table and adorable mobile bar trailer. Then, their closest friends stayed for a cozy yet refined candlelit dinner where they toasted the happy couple over a menu of local dishes. The design was centered around the venue's organic and natural beauty, aiming to create something that was both refined and understated. We loved all the little details, but more than anything, we loved that each component of their day was planned thoughtfully and intentionally.
It's rare to hear about all the elegant possibilities of sustainability when it comes to weddings, but we're here to challenge that. This wedding is proof that a "sustainable wedding" can be just as beautiful, joyful, and memorable as any other wedding.
Huge thank you to our vendors that made this all possible:
Organization: Emerald Hour
Planning: Hummingbird Event Co.
Venue: Kingston House
Photography: Marla Manes Photography
Videography: Ochoa Wedding Films
Dress: Brides for a Cause
Floral Design: Manette Flower Co
Rentals: Celebrations for Every Season
Officiant: Officiant Grace
Grazing Table: Gema Collective
Bartending: Hitched Mobile Bar
Cake & Desserts: Alpenglow Baking
Jewelry: Adrienne Key Studio
Linens: Pedersens Event Rentals
Calligraphy: Clover Society Sign Co.
Candles: Debae Candles
Seed Paper & Ribbon: Of the Earth