For their wedding venue Angela+Travis chose Hidden Meadows, a beautiful and elegant rustic barn setting with majestic views of northwest mountains and plenty of twinkle lights. Travis, dressed in his parade uniform, and surrounded by his closest friends, looked sharp and ready, and Angela looked absolutely stunning in a beautiful lace gown and long regal cathedral veil.
Their wedding was casual, just like they wanted – guest tables had different table games (what Jenn+Peter love doing during their free time), outside were bocce ball and corn hole games ready for guests. Their reception site was beautifully decorated in in twinkle lights. There was tons of dancing, mingling, playing, and just having a great time.
They wanted a classy wedding with a flair of 1920-1950s and chose Aerie Ballroom as their wedding venue. Peter and his gang were dressed and looking dapper in the stylish 1920s black pin-striped suits, black homburg hats, two toned shoes, and of course, the Groom gets a walking stick.
As Dayna+Drew knew they wanted a rustic wedding with a unique twist, choosing Red Cedar Farm was a no-brainer. In addition to a big barn, farm animals, beautiful and elegant scenery, and a fire pit, this hidden gem in a little northwest town of Poulsbo, had something that one may not find often: antique yet fully functional arcade room, a unique wall made out of original Coke bottles, a counter stand lined with license plates, and number of antique tools and signs...