TreeHouse Point Bridal Shoot

TreeHouse Point Bridal Shoot

This stylized shoot, photographed by Amanda Lloyd, comes straight from the pages of your favorite storybook; another world, too pretty to be real. Lucky for us it is real, and these beautiful treehouses are nestled in a quiet forest in Issaquah. The whimsical woodland houses put a majestic spin on the vintage meets romance set-up. The naked wedding cake and fluffy peony bridal bouquet are the perfect accents, and oh, that floral crown. We know it's against the rules, but if Peter Pan were to grow up and marry his sophisticated sweetheart, this is what it would look like...

Bridal BouquetTabletop DecorCakeMacaroonsBride and GroomBridal BouquetBride and Groom

From Amanda Lloyd:

"I styled this shoot with the help of amazing vendors in our area to create a beautiful wilderness meets vintage wedding with teal accents, two amazing floral crowns, a couple completely in love and with the hopes of inspiring each other- in the middle of the forest amongst amazing treehouses! Treehouse Point graciously accommodated us. I've always loved my grandmother's rose pattern china and began styling the shoot based on this alone. I created cake plates DIY from plates and candle sticks, created a rag tie banner from Pinterest inspiration and traveled over to Bainbridge Island to meet an amazing furniture restoration company that graciously shared some of their pieces with us! Tonie and Eric got married last year in Ireland and were thrilled to model for us and have some unique close to home wedding photos. Etsy designers sent engraved forks and cake signs, a local bakery put together an amazing display featuring a "naked cake" and delicious desserts. An incredible woodworking designer made custom napkin rings, cake plate and name table signs and Jens Blossoms put together all the amazing florals and floral crowns that I am still adoring! "

Photography and Styling
Cakes and Desserts
Wood Decor
Engraved Forks
Scrabble Eat Cake Sign
Wooden Sign and Cake Sign