It truly doesn't get much prettier than this colourful garden inspiration by Seattle wedding photographer JANET LIN captured at the beautiful MONET VINEYARDS. This luxury wedding venue situated in the Pacific Northwest right on the border of Washington and Oregon provides the most enchanting backdrop to romance. Walking through the gates along the lavender lined driveway that leads to the estate, the heart and mind are transported to the charming European countryside. The entire property is carefully curated and meticulously maintained. From the English gardens to the lavender-lined driveway, it is truly a magical place.
For this beautiful micro-wedding, WILLOW & IVY EVENTS masterfully demonstrated how to incorporate a cheerful color palette whilst maintaining a fine-art aesthetic. Each element was carefully curated with a nod to Impressionism; the layered texture of the bride's gown, incredible floral arrangements by LILYPUT FLORAL that incorporate a combination of breadth, texture, and colour, and a cake by LADY GREY SEATTLE that pulls double duty as a literal work of art. With subtle appearances from summer garden friends (butterflies, bumblebees and dragonflies) and summer blooms surrounding an estate bursting at the seams with lush ivy, this intimate summer garden wedding looks as if it was born straight out of a painting.
A huge thank you to Seattle wedding photographer JANET LIN for sharing this most prettiest of inspiration shoots with us. Janet is a fine-art wedding photographer based in Seattle, Washington and serving destinations worldwide. She grew up in the dark room of her father's photography studio, watching people's memories come to life in images through a seemingly magical process. With a passion for loving people, learning their stories, and documenting human connection, the decision to pursue photography was an easy one. Janet's goal is to capture the true essence and spirit of a moment, creating timeless wedding images that will serve as cherished artefacts of your marriage. On a wedding day she strives to balance a quiet documentary approach with an artistic and editorial perspective. You can see more of her work in her portfolio here.