An orange Seattle wedding with a candy bouquet, tarot reader, and his-and-her wedding sneakers

February 24 |
All photos by Urban Lights Studios.

Lin and Philip's wedding had one theme: ORANGE. The color dominated everything from their wardrobe details and sneakers (yes, they both wore sneakers!), to the candy-laden dessert table. Those aren't the only sweet details: Lin carried a bouquet made entirely from Dum Dums, and Philip donned a boutonniere to match. There was a tarot reading as part of their ceremony, and their dog Hannah served as a key player throughout the day… wait until you see the super cute hands-and-paws family photo from the reception!
















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Photography & Venue: Urban Light Studios • Caterer: Shooby Doo Catering

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  1. I love all the details of this wedding! The napkins and matchbox favors are awesome.

    Congrats on your sweet wedding!

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  2. Lovely! What fun details and so meaningful to the two of you. Congrats! p.s. where did you get that awesome cake topper???

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    • Lin found the cake topper on Etsy. There are several artist on there that will make custom cake toppers.

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    • Hey so! This wedding was submitted by the venue. I'll get in touch and see if they know!

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  3. I'm not sure about the exact store that sold it but I know the bride got the bouquet as well as cake topper from an Etsy store. They have amazing personalized wedding decor in general =)

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  4. Love it! Orange is our wedding color as well so it is very interesting to see another interpretation of its incorporation.
    Love the shawl and the shoes!

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  5. If a "Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Books" existed, its members would be horrified at the apparent lack of concern over the proper care of books. Most people, I daresay, would have their libraries rescued by fanatical undercover bibliophiles who place the mistreated collections in the homes of true book lovers.

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