Sarah and Nic were set on having an elegant and timeless affair. After searching in both Seattle and California for their venue and coming up empty handed, Sarah and Nic decided it was time to bring in some help. Jen was happy to cut the clutter and search out a timeless venue– one that was unique and hopefully one that guests hadn’t attended a wedding at prior. Finding The Sunset Club was fate. This hidden gem was founded in 1913 and those gorgeous walls are original to the building and hand painted. They really are stunning and you have to see them in person to appreciate just how detailed they really are.
The day started off with Sarah and Nic surrounded by their nearest and dearest, followed by a ceremony at Mary Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Sammamish.
Every detail of their attire was thought out to be meaningful, timeless and elegant. It all came together like a dream.
Sarah and Nic opted to not see each other before the ceremony. Instead they shared a prayer and prepared themselves for all the emotion of the ceremony.
Talk about a first look experience. We don’t usually encourage skipping the first look for seeing each other when you walk down the aisle, but when we do, this photo is exactly what we are hoping for.
Nic’s family has a tradition of a gifting a family ring to every child on their 18th birthday. Instead of a more traditional wedding band, Sarah opted for a ring to go along with this tradition.
This groom has style! He opted for a slight outfit change and entered the reception in a white dinner jacket.
With so many details at the Sunset Club, there was careful consideration on elements that would elevate the overall aesthetic. This ornate cake from Midori Bakery was truly a show stopper.
Sarah and Nic thank you for letting us be a part of pulling together your dream day. Looking back at it now, we can’t imagine a more perfect celebration for your love.