Who Will Love This Wedding
Your favorite outfit is a classic pair of Levi's and a crisp white tee paired with Lana gold hoops. Your style is timeless! Like your favorite outfit, you want to look back on your wedding decades from now and still love your wedding dress, florals, and decor. If you're a classic girl with a timeless style, looking to have a romantic wedding day, then scroll down to take in all the beauty of Molly and Jason's Seattle wedding.
Willow & Ivy Events and Molly share details about their magical day, read on for their full budget breakdown and find out who designed Molly's Champagne wedding ball gown.
Wedding Color Story: Blush, Peach & Navy
Decor Style: Romantic
Ceremony: Church wedding ceremony
Reception: Indoor Reception
Wedding Season: Fall / September
Location: Seattle, Washington
Maggie Sottero Ball Gown
The Amélie a girly-glam plunging princess wedding dress comes in ivory, white, and champagne colorways, yet somehow they all feel like pure gold. Learn more about this Maggie Sottero wedding dress here.
This Was The First
THE GROOM SAW THE BRIDE
Molly shares: The ceremony was at our family church where Jason was able to greet all our guests while I sat tucked away with my bridesmaids so no one would see me. Walking down the aisle was by far the most nerve wracking moment of the whole day for me.
Jason and I decided to not see each other until then so I had the biggest butterflies fluttering around in my stomach until the moment came. Not only was he seeing me for the first time, but so were the 200 people we had invited to be there! That moment was everything. My mom walked me down the aisle to him and I couldn't help but get emotional looking at this big handsome guy I was about to commit my life too.
After the ceremony and making everything legal, we hopped on our party bus where our bridal party was waiting with drinks and loud music. This part between the ceremony and reception might be one of my favorites of the whole day!
We made our rounds to a few different iconic Seattle locations for photos before getting dropped off at our reception space for our grand entrance. What a way to walk into a party, it was a very humbling/happy feeling knowing we have so much support from those we love the most and boy were they being supportive!
We did a little leg work for you and found out where molly's mismatched bridal party dresses came from.
Maxi dressin Burgandy
Rachel: BHLDN Jenny Yoo Kiara dress in Whipped Apricot
Sarah: BHLDN Tinsley dress in Rose
Emily: BHLDN Madison dress in Mulberry
Sonja: Jenny Yoo Inesse dress in Cinnamon
Will & Ivy Events
Molly and Jason are two of our favorite people ever! We met Molly because she is a fantastic florist with Petal + Vine Floral Design. Through working together on weddings over the past couple of years we have become incredibly close and so it was such an honor to help plan her big day and, for one, be a guest at a wedding!
From the beautiful wedding ceremony to the fun cocktail hour, the heartfelt toasts, and the incredibly emotional brother/sister dance in lieu of a father/daughter dance, there were a ton of smiles and tears in equal measure!
Once we got the party started it didn't quit. We had our photo booth room, dessert bar, lounging area and a bar that was supposed to be playing the UW vs. Cal game. However, this didn't end up happening because it was delayed due to a huge storm that blew through the area. We experienced what was the biggest lighting storm we have ever had in the PNW; over 2200 strikes of lighting that evening! So much rain you couldn't see through it, the power ended up going out in part of the venue but no one even batted an eye... They LOVED it! How cool is it to be able to say you got married during such a crazy awesome storm?!I like to think it was my dad partying with us along with all our loved ones who have since passed. We ended the night like we started it, but our hearts were maxed out and overflowing with what an amazing day it turned out to be. As a little girl you always picture your wedding and plan out how everything was going to go but I can confidently tell that little girl that dream all you want, cause when the day finally comes it's going to be better than you could have ever imagined!
FIRST DANCE FOLLOWED BY
BROTHER & SISTER DANCE
From The Bride. Toasts by my mom, Jason's parents, my sisters and his best men all had us in tears, either from laughing or from sentimental moments. Our delicious meal (I still get compliments all the time on how good our food was!) was followed by our first dance.
That moment is hard to even put into words; I felt like it was just us alone in the room dancing away to I Get to Love you by Ruelle. Our dance was followed up with my "father/daughter" dance that I luckily got to do with my brother as my dad passed away 2 years prior and Jason and his Mom's "Mother Son" dance.
Molly's wedding cost $46,000. Please note that this is just to give you a general estimate on how much a wedding like this would cost you. Prices vary between seasons and as time goes by prices do tend to increase.
Makeup For Molly: $300 (Bridesmaids paid fo makeup separately)
Reception Venue: $8,014
Flowers: $2,200 (not including labor as the bride was the florist)
Limo Bus: $600