As we all learn to adapt to the new landscape 2020 has bestowed upon us all, the wedding industry is no exception, and has been rocked hard. In an effort to adapt, a group of talented vendors came together to showcase what a social distance micro wedding can look like, and demonstrate that it can still be perfect!


Carly, Head Planner and Owner of Emerald Engagements, was able to create a house-hold only dining space. Each table was set in possible household sizes of five, four, and two guests; creating character and options for the space by adding various seating and setup possibilities.


Tables, set by Grand Event Rentals, included lush velvet runners and napkins, supplementing the space with color and texture the bright votives create interest against the wood backdrop.


Fern Hollow Florals provided even more color to the space, reflecting the couple’s personalities, including centerpieces perfecting the tablespaces and arrangements playing off of the feeling of wonder amongst the moss-covered floor of the forest for the intimate ceremony.


Our grooms, Brett James, and Jordan Dang exchanged timepieces during their ceremony, in lieu of rings, serving as a reminder that your wedding day and traditions can and should be unique to you and your partner’s style!


A local favorite, Snohomish Pie Company, filled the dessert tables while Pour Girls and Some Guys served up cocktails, equally as delicious as they are beautiful.


The forest-inspired stationery and watercolored graphics from Impress Ink tied the event together, all captured by the talented photography of TMInspired, and videography of Ochoa Wedding Films.


Venue: The Emerald Forest –

Photographer: TMinspired –

Planner: Emerald Engagements –

Video: Ochoa Wedding Films –

Florist: Fern Hallow Florals –

Rentals: Grand Event Rentals –

Invitation:  Impress Ink –

Pie:  Snohomish Pie Company –

Bar:  Pour Girls and Some Guys –