Real Weddings: Courtney + Clark

Courtney and Clark’s theme was “woodsy rustic meets vintage glamour”.  They were married at Courtney’s family home in Washington, where they built their own ceremony site, complete with beautiful wood benches, and let nature build their cathedral.  The reception featured delicate and sweet blooms created by McKenzie Powell Designs, and everyone danced the night away to the sounds of a jazz band and salsa band, friends of the couple who are both jazz musicians!  Michele M. Waite captured the beautiful images and McKenzieKate Weddings made sure the day went off without a hitch. The beautiful mix of rustic and elegant!











The following Washington vendors contributed to Courtney and Clark’s wedding:

Photography – Michele M. Waite Photography \ Venue – Private residence \ Floral – McKenzie Powell Designs \ Planning and design – McKenzieKate Weddings \ Stationery – White Aisle \ Videographer – Laura Goldenberger \ Gown – Paloma Blanca, purchased from La Belle Elaines in Seattle, WA \ Bridesmaids – Bill Levkoff \ Hair and makeup – Salon Maison \ Headpiece – Unique Bridal Boutique & Styling \ Veil – Jennifer Leigh \ Shoes – Brighton \ Catering – Christie’s Catering \ Bakery – New Renaissance Cakes \ Rentals – AA Party \ Transportation – British Motor Coach Inc. \ Music – For jazz and salsa band booking, contact Clark Gibson at 205.907.1245

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    8 comments on “Real Weddings: Courtney + Clark

    1. I absolutely love this wedding set in the forest. I saw the photo of the bride in sandals and the photo of the bouquet next to it and I instantly new i was gonna like this, but the photos of the isle set in the forest WoW!!! What a beautiful backdrop for a wedding.

    2. Adria writes...

      My fiancé and I have been looking all over Washington state for a perfect forest setting large enough for our family and friends, but also accessible for our handicapped loved ones who are confined to wheelchairs. We don’t want them to miss out on the celebration! Does the family who hosted this wedding host other weddings? Is there any way I could be put into contact with them? I apologize if this is a common question, but these photos are so perfect and beautiful that I can’t help but asking.

    3. Katie writes...

      I too was curious if the family opens up there home for weddings? The grounds are a absolutely beautiful and I would love to come check it out if this is something they do..

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