An old world European feel in the heart of the Pacific Northwest is not a common vision but that's exactly what NIKI RHODES has captured in this wedding inspiration with Seattle wedding florist COUNTRY BOUQUETS FLORAL. Taking you back in time, the warm earthy tones of VILLA CATALANA CELLARS inspired not only the stunning florals but the champagne tones gown from GOSSAMER. A touch of gold was a nice accent to make this bride and the details feel regal in the space. A delicate veil by ANNIE EKSTROM BRIDAL and stunning shoes from Bridal shoe designer BELLA BELLE SHOES finished off the brides look to perfection.

Niki tells us, "KRISANNA ELIZABETH hand crafted the amazing paper suite with gold leaf and sketches of the Villas architecture. The hand dyed silk ribbons in cranberry tones tied right into the blooms designed by COUNTRY BOUQUETS FLORAL. The sweetheart table was placed perfectly under the ivy wrapped columns on the grounds. We made sure to capture the warm sun of the evening as it reflected the tuscan sun just perfectly with the couple showcasing the villa in the background."

Bridal veil designer ANNIE EKSTROM is a valued member of our vendor guide. Annie Ekstrom Bridal sources the highest quality laces, tulles, nets and chiffons available. Impeccable design, handmade details and quality materials are what make every ANNIE EKSTROM BRIDAL veil an heirloom.

If you're looking for a Seattle wedding florist then you need to check out the beautiful work of COUNTRY BOUQUETS FLORAL. Raised in a family of gardeners, flowers have been a passion of owner Kelli’s since she was young. Nature still provides her with constant inspiration: the way a branch is shaped or a flower bobs in the breeze. She translates those feelings into her designs, creating florals that look just picked from the garden. You’ll often find her in her gardens, tending to the flowers with her flock of chickens and ducks close by. You can see more of her portfolio in our vendor guide or in this Old World European bridal shoot in the Pacific Northwest.