Pretty sweet! I’m excited to be participating in Weddings on the Waterfront in July. Not sure how it all came about, but I stumbled into an pretty amazing creative group of people! I have to say that the creative energy in this group of vendors is pretty impressive! I’m working with Rebecca at Pravda Events www.pravdaevents.com and I love her style, creative approach and her vision! Carna Lapping, of Very Important Events was my initial contact, http://www.veryimportanteventsblog.com/ and it all just came about in a conversation regarding another mutual bride we are working with, and I should certainly thank Courtney for putting us in touch with each other.
I’ve been working on my floral vision for the event, I’ve started a board for the event at Pinterest. Here is the link to the creative start to the project http://pinterest.com/brittanyflowers/waterfront-event-ideas-for-nautical-and-modern/ I know it seems a little vague, but you know it’s a process that happens in my brain first..what else can I say 🙂 I’m a typical designer!
The vision starts with the most beautiful venue http://www.bellharbor.com/ on the waterfront in Seattle. The view doesn’t get any better than this spot! The photo gallery has some pretty amazing pictures, which you can check out here: http://www.bellharbor.com/gallery.php
Bell Harbor features 100,000 square feet of meeting and conference center space and they can accommodate up to 200 trade show booths. With their state-of-the-art technology, onsite planning team, award-winning cuisine, Bell Harbor is an ideal space for 5 to 5,000 guests. In addition, Bell Harbor manages catering and events for World Trade Center Seattle and the Maritime Event Center.
The other thing I was very excited to learn it that my daughter photographer Alante Photography http://www.alantephotographyblog.com/ is one of the photography vendors for this WOW event. I haven’t had the pleasure of meeting the creative team at Alante yet, but I’m sure we will have a great time at the wedding at the Seattle Tennis Club!