Nicole and Danny married at a unique venue in Bonney Lake, Seattle. They chose Seven Summits Lodge as the backdrop to the big day. What made this an unique venue is that the reception room was actually a pool room. Most days the community around Seven Summits Lodge can stop by and go swimming in this room. For weddings, they empty the water and raise the pool floor to make it the floor for the reception. This is one of the only pools in the country that does this! And walking into Danny and Nicole’s wedding reception, you’d never guess that it was pool the day before!
With Nicole’s sparkling personality, she knew that she wanted to have lots of rose gold and sparkles throughout the wedding. Nicole has a keen eye for details and included some of the cutest little details throughout the day including adorable individual reserved signs, cute signage and perfect colors throughout! There were so many little personal details that all tied together perfectly!
Nicole and Danny knew they wanted a small, intimate wedding of 70 guests. They truly wanted the it to be fun, intimate affair with a rocking dance party!
All day the air was smoky due to a fire coming from Crystal Mountain. Fortunately, right before the couple walked down the aisle, the smoke cleared up slightly, and you could even see some blue skies! Nicole and Danny’s adorable 3-year old son was the ring bearer. He was so nervous to walk down, but eventually made his way down the aisle.
The evening ended with a sparkler send off. Nicole and Danny left in a Rolls Royce and headed straight to the airport to catch a plan to Jamaica! We were honored to be Nicole and Danny’s wedding planner for the Lake Bonney Wedding.
Venue: Seven Summits Lodge // Planner: Sweet Pea Events // Photographer: Erin Perkins // Florist: Studio 3 Floral // Officiant: Marv Smith-LeBleu with Unity // DJ and Photo booth: DeeJay DW // Rentals: Trendy Event Rentals and Sweet Buffet Lady // Bakery: Maleah Joelle // Transportation: British Motor Coach // Hair and Makeup: Friend of the Bride, Kristy Himmerman