A Rustic DIY Wedding at Georgetown Ballroom in Seattle, Washington

Remember the proposal that took place on top of a bus in Seattle, Washington? Well this is the lovely couple and they were just married at Gerogetown

Remember the proposal that took place on top of a bus in Seattle, Washington? Well this is the lovely couple and they were just married at Gerogetown Ballroom. The wedding had a rustic feel with plenty of DIY details that were important to the couple and made the day just a memorable as the brilliant proposal.

The couple used a chalkboard to inform guests of their seating assignments.
The ceremony was held in the outside courtyard of the Georgetown Ballroom. The couple read their own vows. We word-smithed some ideas about marriage and love in a way that felt really authentic to us, Alissa said.
A small note paired with the boutonnieres encouraged the wedding party to plant their succulent after the event.
Alissa and Jeanne chose to forgo bouquets--the couple and the wedding party instead wore succulent boutonnieres.
Paper lanterns hung from the ceiling and added a soft glow to the room.
The couple was married in the outside courtyard of the Georgetown Ballroom, in front of the site's vintage Service sign and an arrangements of beautiful greenery. Plain white curtains added an elegant touch to the decor.
Tubaluba, a New Orleans jazz band, came in through the back of the courtyard after the ceremony and then led everyone inside for the reception.
Alissa wore an off-white fitted dress with a V-neck. A simple band of embroidered lace around the middle completed the elegant look.
The offset three tier square cake had layers of vanilla, chocolate, and almond with a simple buttercream frosting. The cake was decorated with fresh flowers and rosemary.
The couple's initials were used in the decor, and tied into the blue color palette.
Everyone had a blast playing patio games, including the custom corn-hole bean bag toss.
In addition to wedding cake, homemade pies were served up with dinner.
The couple shared their first dance to Ray LaMontagne's You Are The Best Thing.
Jeanne wore a custom white vest with a paisley liner, paired with black pants and white Bed Stu shoes.
The Georgetown Ballroom was decorated with colorful paper lanterns.