Rustic + Rainy

Buckley, Washington

 

 

Photography | M Laine Photography | @mlainephotography

Venue | Winter Green Weddings | @wintergreenweddings

Event Planner | Passionate Weddings | @passionate_weddings

Floral Designer | Flora Blume Design | @florablumedesign

Design and Decor | Mia Nicole Designs Co

Design and Decor | Something To Chalk About | @somethingtochalkaboutjd

Gown Designer | Maggie Sottero | @maggiesotterodesigns

Apparel | The Wedding Bell | @theweddingbell.tacoma

Hair and Makeup | The PNW Bride | @thepnwbride_

Jewelry | Roxy and Lola | @roxyandlolajewelry

Ring Designer | Nesian Creations | @nesiancreations

Linens | Linen Sensations | @linensensation

Rentals | The Meaningful Details

Rentals | Cort Party Rental | @cortpartyrental

Cake Designer | Hello, Cupcake | @hellocupcaketacoma

Calligraphy | She Said Yes

“We’ll shoot rain or shine!” is what I remember telling Diana, the wedding planner of Passionate Weddings when we started organizing a styled shoot at Winter Green Weddings venue in Buckley. The Pacific Northwest winter didn’t let us down either. Blue skies and sunshine teased us the day before the shoot, only to rain throughout the entire shoot. Thankfully everyone was prepared for it, and the venue has just a beautiful space indoors as it does out.

 

Winter Green Wedding’s owners, Mark and Kylie, are the sweetest couple. Mark and his father built the log home and barn, now turned wedding venue, themselves. The craftsmanship and care that went into the buildings is astounding. Not only that, but it sits on acres of beautiful land. Some of the land is manicured grass — perfect for outdoor ceremonies and yard games, while most of the land seems to be forested and wild. Mark and Kylie were such a joy to work with that I’d recommend them to anyone looking for a rustic barn venue.

 

Since it had been raining all day, the model, Leslie Williams, and I couldn’t wander too far from the barn in fear of dirtying the Maggie Sottero dress we had out on loan from The Wedding Bell. I love the shots we got near the forest, but I’m looking forward to exploring more on a drier day.