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Vivian & Michael: An Outdoor Wedding in Seattle, WA

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Vivian & Michael in Seattle, WA
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The cake was dark and white chocolate raspberry gateaux decorated with white icing and real flowers.
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The bride's bouquet included a mix of dark red and pink roses wrapped in vintage-pink silk ribbon and accented with thinner burgundy ribbons.
Metropolitan Market on Queen Anne Hill, Seattle
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The ceremony site, the Carl S. English, Jr. Botanical Gardens in Chittenden Locks, set the tone -- Vivian and Michael chose a spot in front of a giant red oak tree, which traditionally symbolizes strength and persistence, to exchange their vows. Due to constraints of the site, ceremony decoration was kept to a minimum but it honestly didn't need an ...
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Vivian walked to the grassy altar in a strapless, vintage-style gown with a full skirt, handmade of champagne-color silk. The bride and her mother, Katherine Wolman, designed the gown, which was handmade by Katherine.

Vivian & Michael in Seattle, WA

Musicians Vivian Linden and Michael McNaughton met five years ago while playing in a band together. After Mike, a software engineer, popped the question in the spring, the couple spent just four months putting together a unique wedding celebration that definitely hit all the right notes. The Bride Vivian Linden, 29 The Groom Michael McNaughton, 29 The Date August 24 A giant red oak tree overlooked Vivian and Michael's ceremony from beginning to end in Chittenden Locks' Carl S. English, Jr. Botanical Gardens. Ray's Boathouse, chosen for its impeccable view of the Olympic Peninsula, played perfect host to the reception celebration.
- Kate Wood
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