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Tin Can Alley

Spring wedding at Olympia's capitol campus

Spring wedding for Olympia couple

WHO: Kristi and Chris
SEASON: Spring
COLORS: Red and purple with accents of yellow
UNIQUE TOUCHES: As a caterer at the time of her wedding, Kristi spent extra attention on the menu incorporating her wedding colors and accommodating dietary restrictions, and Chris made four varieties of beer for the occasion.

Kristi incorporated rosemary in her bridal bouquet to symbolize remembrance.

The couple incorporated a Hungarian atmosphere at the reception, where a violinist walked around during dinner.

SPECIAL MOMENTS: Kristi’s family lent their creativity to the wedding: her uncle, who has been a baker for 30 years, made the wedding cake, her mother made the menus, table numbers, and the three-dimensional invitations, and her sister made her bridal jewelry.  

FAVORS: Guests received thank you cards with picture of the couple and took their photo strips from the photo booth as favors.

Photos by Dinea DePhoto

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Published on March 16, 2016.

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