1. Ruth

    Can I replicate this entire wedding please :)

  2. simba

    uh hello? where are the details? floral, stylist, photography, dress etc?!

  3. Absolutely adore the ring boxes! I want that turtle ring box SO bad! Beautifully done up wedding invitations and stationery. Love the fusion of retro/modern/art-deco styles and geometry. Also, great belt on the bride! Congrats to Margaret and Ryan!

  4. Mai

    What a vibrant celebration! Adore the triangles throughout- great attention to detail. Love, love, love.

  5. Heather

    Do you know what venue this is? All it says is Urban Loft…

  6. COZBI JEAN PHOTOGRAPHY

    Thanks so much for your comments everyone!

    @Simba: The florals were done by the bride/groom and were purchases raw from Pike Place Market. There was no stylist other then the bride/groom as they are both creatives. I am Cozbi of Cozbi Jean Photography { http://www.cozbijeanphotography.com }, I am not sure on her dress. The rings were custom designed by a local jeweler here in Seattle.

    @Wedding Invitations: SUPER RAD invitations right?!?

    @Heather: The venue is Melrose Market here in Seattle, Wa.

    To see the full blog post with many more images, please take a peak at my blog: http://www.circanineteensixtynine.com

  7. Love the venue and all the cute details. This couple did a great job of really bringing their own touch to their wedding!

  8. Seattle Is In Brooklyn?

    By zooming in on the invitations, it looks like this wedding is actually at a venue in Seattle Washington called Melrose Studios. Not sure why this would be posted on a site for Brooklyn Brides, but there you have it…..

  9. A great wedding with lots of personal accents. I immediately fell for the ceremony setting – how AWESOME is that – and for the small plants in mason jars used as centerpieces. ♥

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