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Preppy Navy, Orange, White and Yellow Seattle Tennis Club Wedding – Nikki and Michael

January 15, 2010 | admin

Summer outdoor wedding with a navy blue, orange, yellow and white color palette, images by One Thousand Words Photography

This darling and beaming couple, Nikki and Michael, were married last September at the Seattle Tennis Club, and I’m wild about their bright and fresh color palette, the stunning flowers by Romanza Floral, and these lovely photos taken by the wonderful Angie and Ashley of One Thousand Words Photography!

Summer outdoor wedding with modern preppy wedding fashion, navy blue, orange, yellow and white color palette, images by One Thousand Words Photography

NIkki and Michael chose a wedding color palette of navy blue and orange with accents of yellow and white. I love the preppy style of all the wedding party fashion and how perfectly it matched their tennis club location. The bridesmaids’ dresses were from JCrew, the Groomsmen’s suits were from Banana Republic, and many of their accessories like the orange pashminas and neckties were from Nordstrom.

Summer outdoor wedding ceremony at the Seattle Tennis Club overlooking Lake Washington, navy blue, orange, yellow and white color palette, images by One Thousand Words Photography

This couple has awfully special family bonds, because they met through Michaels brother Mark and Nikki’s sister Britney, who are married to each other! Throughout the day, meaningful family moments were celebrated like the emotional family speeches during the reception, and Nikki getting to walk down the aisle with her great grandmothers sixpence. “My mom had it at her wedding, my older sister Britney had it at hers, and I had it at mine. Eventually it will be passed to my younger sister and someday to our own children!” During the reception they danced their first dance to Van Morrison- These Are The Days and at the end of the night they exited surrounded by friends, family and bubbles everywhere!

Summer outdoor wedding reception at the Seattle Tennis Club, navy blue, orange, yellow and white wedding decor, images by One Thousand Words Photography

Thank you Nikki and Michael for sharing your wedding day with us!

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11 Comments

  1. This is a nice wedding! I like the photos! It looks like everyone had a great time!

  2. I love the colors in this wedding – the flowers really pop against the navy dresses.

  3. Yummy! This wedding looks so edible. Love the simplicity and elegance of the bride and groom. Great photographer. Congratulations on a job well done.

  4. where did you get your shoes, perfect!

  5. Nikki got her shoes from Nordstrom. xoxo, Christy

  6. So romantic ! What a beautiful bride, the groom is the luckiest guy in the world !

  7. I was wondering where did you get your dress? I mean whos the designer? Its funny because I think I tried on that dress before and fell in love with it. I’m having a wedding coming up in feb 2011. My theme is go green with green, white, and brown and I’ve been looking at the exact same dress from jcrew with the olive green and brown and when I looked that that pic!!! it looked so familar.

  8. Hi Linh, Nikki’s dress is by Paloma Blanca (http://www.palomablanca.com/) and she purchased it in Seattle at La Belle Elaine’s.

  9. Nikki and Michal– You are stunning,goergous, and the sweetest couple ever !!! Love your portfolio and so happy we were a part of this wonderful time and day in your lives. ALSO, I found your Xmas card–Yeah Love the picture on it–plan to frame it. Love,Bil & Margie

  10. Love the colors! Looks so fresh and classic! Huge fan of the flowers and don’t know a thing about flowers! I’m getting married in April and would love to know what those are!

  11. great pic’s!! I love the bout for the groom. can you tell me what kind of flower that is? thanks!!

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