Cory & Rachel enjoy the country, so it was a natural to plan their Wedding at Camp Korey. Her colors were orange with orange ribbons on chairs, orange uplighting on pillars, orange mason jars with gold fish, orange vases with tulips in them (they to were orange). With help from their families they pulled off a great wedding day and still stayed within budget. Enjoy their Photos.
Camp Korey is such a great location for a large Wedding Party. It has so much to offer a couple with 200+ on their guest list. With a beautiful manicured garden for your ceremony, golf course sized lawns for your cocktail hour and open or covered venues for your reception, it’s all there. Gina and her staff are easy to with and take care of the details.
Here are the comments from the Mother of the Groom who is the Chef at Camp Korey. (They were going to do the music themselves but she convinced the brides family to hire a DJ. In addition, she had to leave 3 hours early do a health condition.) ” Gary, A special Thank You for your services, they were SPOT ON. I will recommend you to anyone I know needing a DJ. Thank you for taking over, please send me some business cards to my address. I think they got it how hard it would have been to do ourselves. I wish I could of boogied with the rest but I was so sick that day it was a miracle everything on the food end went well, thank goodness for family and friends.” fondly, Mim
OneWed’s Top 10 Wedding Trends for 2011:
1. Sophisticated Elegance Returns
It’s about time this trends enters back into the Wedding Industry. You can always relax a Wedding celebration into a party from Elegance, but you go the other way.
2. Outdoor Venues- Where It’s At
That is always been a trend here in Seattle come June, July, August and September as we have to be outdoors as we have been cabined up (new word due to amount of rain here) for 8 months. You just have include a backup plan in case the weather doesn’t cooperate.
Check out the other 8 at OneWed’s Blog.
What other trends do you think are developing that haven’t been covered? We would love to hear from you.
Here are The Knots 8 Summer Trends
I would add that lighting has really matured this year and that Weddings require some type of accent lighting to reflect on the No. 1 trend of adding Elegance.
Looking back through brides and grooms from past years and locating video of their Weddings brings back memories. I seem to remember events that stand out from others and this one was on a small beautiful island in the San Juans minutes from Anacortes. Here is the video, courtesy of Kelley Moore Events, Lifestyle Expert seen on her show Moore to Life.
Scroll to the bottom right hand column for the Halpin/Grove Wedding Video
Guemes Island offers breathtaking views, and provided the perfect backdrop for Christie and Jason Grove’s wedding. Having spent a significant part of their relationship together on the Island, it was a natural choice for their wedding. It was also an opportunity for Christie and Jason to share something that was important to them, and to their families, with their guests. With the sun setting on the water, they were married and afterwards guests walked down a candlelit path to the tent where they celebrated until the Garlic French fries and Calamari came out at midnight.
Kaylee & Nick
Their Thank You Card
Gary, Thank you so much for making our special day even more special. The music as perfect and you did a fabulous job emceeing the event. We would recommend you to anyone and we will not allow our siblings to use anyone else. You made our event into something everyone will remember. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! Kaylee and Nick
Kaylee is a Wedding Coordinator now and I will be working with her on an upcoming Wedding. They were married on her parents farm in Monroe last July.
Outdoor Wedding in Monroe