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Weddings 2018

in the San Juans

A supplement to the Journal, Sounder and Weekly In partnership with the San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau


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he San Juan Islands are among the top places to say “I do.” A premier destination, with incredible views, a variety of venues, activities for guests and farm-to-table cuisine, getting married in the San Juans is sure to leave lasting memories. No matter when your wedding may take place, the islands can accommodate you. The summer months are the perfect time for an outdoor ceremony, and indoor venues provide the perfect setting for spring, fall and winter weddings. From flowers to cakes to officiating services and lodging, there are businesses here to meet your every wedding need. Within these pages you will find a sampling of what San Juan, Orcas and Lopez Islands have to offer. For more info, visit: • www.visitsanjuans.com • www.myorcasislandwedding.com • www.sanjuanisland.org • www.lopezisland.com

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CONTRIBUTORS Publisher: Colleen Smith Armstrong Advertising Sales: Colleen Smith Armstrong and Cali Bagby Pagination: Mandi Johnson Advertising Design: Shane Watson and Tate Thomson Cover Photo: Robert S. Harrison Photography

PUBLICATION INFORMATION The Journal of the San Juans 640 Mullis St., Friday Harbor, WA 98250. P: (360) 378-5696, F: (888) 562-8818 - www.sanjuanjournal.com The Islands’ Sounder 217 Main St., Eastsound, WA 98245. P: (360) 376-4500, F: (888) 562-8818 - www.islandssounder.com The Islands’ Weekly 217 Main St., Eastsound, WA 98245. P: (360) 376-4500, F: (888) 562-8818 - www.islandsweekly.com San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau 640 Mullis St., Friday Harbor, WA 98250. P: (888) 468-3701 - info@visitsanjuans.com


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Preparing for your big day

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edding planning can be an exciting undertaking, but couples who have already walked down the aisle can attest that wedding planning also can be stressful. Ensuring all of the details come out right can prove overwhelming at times. Hiring a wedding planner is one way to alleviate some of the stress associated with wedding planning. Here are some of the tips and tricks professionals rely on when planning weddings.

Make guests the first priority

Even though it may seem like weddings should be geared around couples tying the knot, many wedding planners advise couples to focus on accommodating their guests. Having a handle on the number of people who will be attending, any of their specific needs (allergies, mobility issues, etc.), providing a comfortable environment (addressing bugs, weather, seating shortages), and knowing how much space guests will require can make choosing a venue that much easier.

Rent what you don’t have

Renting rather than purchasing items is a great way to save money. Wedding planners do not stockpile items such as tables, chairs and decorations. Instead, they rely on rental companies to provide what is necessary. According to Minneapolis-based professionals The Wedding Guys, even couples working with small budgets can enhance or elevate their weddings by working with rental companies.

Flush out foliage

Wedding planners know that flowers cost a great deal of money, especially flowers that are not native to the region where couples are getting married. The process of making arrangements can be time consuming. Also, many flowers no longer produce strong scents because they’re bred for longer stems and a lengthy vase life. Interspersing potted plants with arrangements that are lighter on blooms and heavier on filler can help a cost-conscious couple stick to budget.

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Trust vendors’ advice

Wedding vendors tend to know one another and can be good sources of information. A wedding photographer, for example, may be able to tell couples which reception venues photograph particularly well, and a reception manager may know which DJs or bands are best at getting guests on the dance floor.

Negotiate before signing the contract

Wedding planners understand that vendors may be more willing to offer perks or extras rather than adding up a la carte pricing before the contract is signed. This way they secure the reservation on good will. Negotiating for more later on may be difficult.

Get organized

Organization is key. Brides- and grooms-to-be may want to enlist friends or relatives with a flair for organization to help with details.

Planning check list 10+ months before ‰ Throw yourself an engagement party. ‰ Select your wedding party, and ask them to join you on your big day. ‰ Start the guest list. ‰ Start a wedding planning folder, binder or Pinterest board. ‰ Set a budget. ‰ Consider hiring a professional wedding planner or consultant.

your partner. ‰ Register for gifts. ‰ Contact rental companies if you intend to rent anything for the ceremony/reception.

Six to seven months before ‰ Order invitations. ‰ Shop for bridesmaids’ dresses. ‰ Plan the honeymoon. ‰ Send “Save the Date” notices. ‰ Find and secure an officiant.

‰ Research photographers, florists, bands, DJs, caterers or other vendors you may be considering.

‰ Book the florist.

‰ Secure the venue for the date of your wedding.

‰ Arrange transportation.

Eight to nine months before ‰ Buy your dress. ‰ Secure your vendors. ‰ Book entertainment. ‰ Some venues come equipped with caterers, but if yours does not, meet with caterers and pick yours. ‰ Secure lodging reservations for out-of-town guests, and you and

‰ Create a schedule for your big day.

Four to Five months before ‰ Book the restaurant or venue at which you intend to have rehearsal dinner. ‰ Follow up on the wedding invitations. ‰ Order the cake. ‰ Schedule hair and makeup appointment.


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3 months before ‰‰ Finalize your flower arrangements and food menu.

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‰‰ Purchase gifts for the wedding party and parents.

2-3 weeks before

‰‰ Order any welcome baskets or wedding favors.

‰‰ Assign wedding-day tasks and after-ceremony tasks.

‰‰ Print wedding stationery, such as menus or programs.

‰‰ Pick up your dress, or arrange to have it delivered.

2 months before ‰‰ Mail out invitations. ‰‰ Meet with your photographer. ‰‰ Catch up with all vendors. ‰‰ Review the setlist with the musical entertainment.

1 month before ‰‰ Reach out to anyone who hasn’t responded to your RSVP. ‰‰ Have (hopefully) the final gown fitting. ‰‰ Order your marriage licenses. ‰‰ Plan the seating arrangement.

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‰‰ Check wedding-day weather.

1 week before ‰‰ The men should go for a final fitting and pick up their formal wear. ‰‰ Determine wedding-party positions during processional, ceremony and recessional. ‰‰ Hand-off place cards, table cards, menus, disposable cameras, favors and any other items for setting the tables to the caterer, reception site manager or wedding planner. ‰‰ Deliver welcome baskets to hotels; make sure to include names and delivery instructions.

The day before ‰‰ Have checks written out and set aside for vendors. Remember to tip!

The night before ‰‰ Rehearsal. ‰‰ Give your marriage license to your officiant.

The day of ‰‰ Present parents, and each other, with gifts prior to the ceremony. Waterfront — overlooking the Port of Friday Harbor. Within walking distance to ferry. Large reception room. Full kitchen and bar area. All serviceware and glassware included. Can accomodate 330 guests. Contact Karen Rhinehart for more information. 273 Front Street Friday Harbor, WA 98250 360~378~3434 sjiyc@rockisland.com www.sjiyc.com

‰‰ Give wedding bands to the best man and the maid of honor for the ceremony. ‰‰ Give the best man officiant’s fee envelope to be handed off after the ceremony.

After the wedding ‰‰ Send thank you notes to guests and vendors.


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A veil for the modern bride

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n adherence to traditional wedding wardrobes, brides wear white and veils to complete their ensembles. While many people may view veils as a symbol of purity and chastity, various sources indicate veils had a more prominent purpose. Cosmopolitan magazine indicates that veils first became popular in ancient Roman times, when brides were covered head-to-toe in a red sheet called a flammeum. The sheet was intended to scare off evil spirits that might ruin the wedding. Veils eventually replaced the flammeum to disguise the bride from those naughty spirits. Veils were also used to hide brides’ faces from grooms in an era of arranged marriages when grooms had never seen their brides before their wedding days. Thankfully today’s veils are more about fashion than function. Nor are they required at all!

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Cynthia’s of Course catering for all your wedding needs! • Rehearsal Dinners • • Wedding Receptions • • Day After Wedding Brunches! •

"You make a living by what you do, you make a life by what you give." A symbol of the new horizons ahead for the happy couple exchanging vows. Revenue from the Lighthouse Special Events Program contributes to the maintenance and support of this historic beacon.

For more info visit: FolksSJI.org or call (360) 378-5154

Cynthia Burke

• Owner, Cynthia's - a neighborhood bistro located at 65 Nichols Street • Owner, Cynthia's Of Course cynthiasofcourse.com Call 360-298-8130 or cynthiasofcourse@gmail.com


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San Juan Island

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an Juan Island is home to many wedding professionals and planners who pride themselves on making every wedding as unique and memorable as possible. Florists, photographers, caterers, musicians and DJs. Quality restaurants, hotels, beds and breakfasts, evening entertainment and just about everything else you would want in a wedding. The island is well equipped to make any wedding amazing.

VENUES ♥♥ Roche Harbor (Seattle Bride Magazine’s “Best Northwest Destination Wedding Site”) ♥♥ Brickyard ♥♥ Island Inn ♥♥ Lakedale Resort at Three Lakes ♥♥ Valley Church ♥♥ Pelindaba Lavender Farm ♥♥ Snug Harbor ♥♥ Tucker House Inn ♥♥ Friday Harbor House ♥♥ Sculpture Park ♥♥ Winery and Vineyard ♥♥ Golf and Country Club ♥♥ San Juan County Park ♥♥ San Juan Island National Historic Park ♥♥ Lime Kiln Lighthouse

THINGS TO DO •  Kayak, moped, bike and car rentals •  Whale watching •  Golfing •  Horseback riding •  Whale museum •  Historical Museum •  Vineyard •  Farmer’s Market •  Numerous parks •  Miles of hiking trails •  A zip-line •  Fishing holes •  Charter boats •  San Juan Island National Historical Park •  Art museum and galleries •  Theater and music •  Paddleboarding •  The distillery

Resources: www.visitsanjuans.com; www.fridayharbor.com/island-weddings

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The thing about the ring

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ngagement rings can be quite expensive. Online wedding resource The Knot says the average ring costs more than $5,000. To protect their purchases, consumers can consult with experts and ask their jewelers to mark stones with an identification number so lost or stolen rings can be identified and potentially returned. The diamond can be laserinscribed with the diamond’s certificate number or a jeweler’s designation. Such inscriptions are only visible under magnification and can cost between $40 and $200. Some insurance carriers also will offer discounts on policies insuring inscribed diamonds, so it can be well worth the extra investment.

For a unique wedding in a beautiful place!

Friday Harbor Cruises offers weddings aboard the “Bee” in the San Juan Islands. Wild life, scenery… and your memories. We will help you find the best location and conduct the ceremony on board. The Bee is a beautiful yacht and can accommodate up to 12 in the wedding party. The price of $750 includes the boat for up to 4 hours and Capt. Greg as the officiant. fridayharborcruises.com • Call or text 360-317-4321 to book.


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Rustic bouquets add natural flair to weddings

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ouples opting to get back to basics, streamline their nuptials and create more intimate and less superficial affairs, often gravitate toward rustic celebrations to showcase their ideals. Rustic weddings also may appeal to environmentalists and men and women who want their weddings to be as eco-friendly as possible. Rustic weddings may include those ceremonies and receptions that take place outdoors or in abodes, such as barns, wineries, castles, or converted silos or town factories. In fact, Bridal Guide says that barn weddings have never been more popular — among both urban and rural couples alike. Coordinating a rustic wedding may mean letting go of perceived notions of how everything from food to favors to flowers should be. In fact, one way to describe rustic weddings — and especially the floral arrangements that adorn them — is “purposely imperfect.” Rustic wedding bouquets may seem like they were plucked right out of the garden or grabbed through a stroll in a meadow. They’re rarely symmetrical or feature the customary flowers of more formal wedding celebrations. When designing rustic bouquets, florists may keep the stems of wildflowers or other blooms untethered for a relaxed feel. Long stemmed arrangements are quite popular, and trends point toward bouquets that are loosely tied with raffia, twine, vines and other natural materials rather than more refined ribbon. Rustic bouquets may also set themselves apart with the introduction of other elements into the arrangements. Not merely blooms and greenery, rustic pieces may feature twigs, vines, berries, scabiosa pods, ivy, and feathery ferns. The heights of elements in the bouquet are varied, and the bouquets will not have an overly uniform shape. Rustic bouquets are far from pretentious, and brides shouldn’t feel that these bouquets are delicate or will fall apart when handled. When planning a rustic wedding, couples can work with their florists to create bouquets and arrangements that fit with their visions.


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Orcas Island

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rcas Island is dotted with small hamlets, offering world-class restaurants, boutique shopping, cultural events and activity tours. Scattered among the forests and along the pristine shores are a variety of quaint and lovely bed-and-breakfasts and hotels. Your guests might enjoy browsing the artisan pottery, jewelry or art at the many galleries. Professional Orcas Island wedding planners are at your service to guide you as you select a venue, experienced wedding photographers, talented local musicians, wedding officiant; or salons offering personalized hair, skin and makeup services.

VENUES ♥♥Rosario Resort & Spa ♥♥Odd Fellows Hall ♥♥West Beach Resort ♥♥Outlook Inn ♥♥Inn at Ship Bay ♥♥Victorian Valley Chapel ♥♥Doe Bay Resort ♥♥Turtleback Farm Inn ♥♥The Lodge ♥♥Spring Bay ♥♥The Orcas Hotel ♥♥Random Howse ♥♥The Beach Bungalow ♥♥Deer Harbor Community Club ♥♥Deer Harbor Inn ♥♥On a farm

THINGS TO DO •  Boat, car, moped, bike and kayak rentals •  Golf Course •  Whale watching •  Farmer’s Market •  Farms (shellfish, farm-totable, alpaca) •  Art galleries •  Historical Museum •  Three public parks •  Theatre and music •  Horseback rides •  Visit the brewery or winery •  Moran State Park •  Turtleback Mountain •  Obstruction Pass State Park

Resources: http://orcasislandchamber.com/weddings-events http://orcasisland.org/weddings/


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“Let us help you find the best island resources”

OrcasIslandChamber.com 360.376.2273 • info@orcasislandchamber.com


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Our Orcas Oasis

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wouldn’t change a single thing about the day I got married. Orcas Island was the perfect backdrop for my dream wedding. My now husband and I enjoyed planning our nuptials. We successfully threw a “Surprise Wedding.” We invited our families to what they thought was an engagement dinner at Rosario Restaurant. The only family member who wasn’t surprised was my husband’s father, who, at our request, became ordained and performed our wedding ceremony, which was held at a small grassy outcropping overlooking the Puget Sound. The colors were spectacularly vivid, and the wind off the sound added a sweet drama. Claire of Dogwood Flower Design made my bouquet and a piece for the chuppah. Both were stunning. Everyone came to Rosario around 5 p.m., and my husband’s dad met them and walked them over to where we were waiting under a chuppah that he had made. Almost Famous, an incredibly talented local string trio, played “I Can’t Help Falling In Love,” a nod to our short courtship, as our parents, siblings and nieces walked down the path squealing in excitement, barely holding back tears and clutching their chests. “You’re getting married?” Our mothers cooed in delighted shocked unison. We toasted champagne while our photographer Satya Curcio caught the moments and the emotions better than we had even hoped. The team at Rosa-

rio Resort did an outstanding job from beginning to end. We cannot thank them enough for their part in helping orchestrate such a perfect day. The magnificent backdrop made vowing to forever all the more meaningful. It was inspiring to look out at such intense beauty, and into the eyes of my future, knowing that together we would create something equally as beautiful.

COMMEMORATE A SPECIAL DAY WITH A UNIQUE HANDCRAFTED TURNED WOODEN BOWL MADE ON ORCAS ISLAND Contact Joe Ciskowski ciscokid@rockisland.com

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Looking for something different for your wedding event?

The Pintail is a landing craft operated in the San Juan Islands. In addition to being a rough and ready work boat, we do special events such as weddings, parties, and cruises. Get out on the water for your special day and make it a true island experience!

360-317-8532 pintailmarine.com

Taking you to the most scenic and unique wedding venues Lighthouses, remote islands or with the whales on our boat

Whale Watching, Kayaking and Fishing Charters

Outer Island Excursions www.outerislandx.com

outerislandx@hotmail.com (360) 376-3711


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Inn & Hostel

Rustic & Vintage Packages Available with A Variety of Options to fit Any Budget! Golden Tree Inn and Hostel on Orcas Island is the perfect place to celebrate your union in this magical and fun islandstyle retreat. From the apple trees to the hot tub, fire pit and wood-fired outdoor oven your guests and you will thoroughly enjoy the experience.

(360)317-8693

hello@goldentreehostel.com 1159 North Beach Rd. Eastsound, Wa www.goldentreehostel.com

Wedding flowers, locally grown on Lopez Island

Exquisite and gorgeous See us on Instagram, and at Arbordoun.com Or 360-468-2508

~ 11 WATER VIEW GUEST ROOMS ~ DINING, WINE & SPIRITS ~ PRIVATE EVENTS & WEDDINGS 326 Olga Road ~ Eastsound, WA 98245 (360) 376-5886 or (877) 276-7296 ~ shipbay@rockisland.com ~ ~ www.innatshipbay.com ~

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Deer Harbor Inn

offers full service catering at any location on Orcas Island! Our culinary staff is experienced in a wide range of cuisine from our signature Pacific Northwest Seafood to all vegetarian to Southern BBQ. Our mobile catering grill is perfect for grilling up local fresh wild king salmon. Visit

www.deerharborinn.com

BOOK A WEDDING CRUISE ON SCHOONERS NORTH Sail into “your forever” in the beautiful San Juan Islands

Our experienced and friendly crew is dedicated to making your wedding on the water the best that it can be

Call to book your wedding charter 360-378-2224

www.sanjuansailcharter.com


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What should my wedding cost?

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ewly engaged couples may experience an array of emotions when they sit down to plan their weddings. Some couples cannot wait to jump into planning and want to catalog every aspect of the process, while others may proceed with caution because they don’t know what to expect — particularly in regard to cost. Many couples find it difficult to create their wedding budgets because they have no previous experience to draw on. The wedding planning advisor CostofWedding.com indicates the average wedding cost in the United States is $26,720, with most people spending between $20,000 and $34,000. Seventh Heaven Event Catering states that in Canada the average wedding costs around $30,000. Such costs can vary greatly depending on couples’ preferences, including where they hope to tie the knot. SEE COSTS, PAGE 20

Sandy Playa, officiant & Carl Burger, music

www.weddingsonorcas.com • 360-376-5531

Photo by Steve Horn

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COSTS FROM PAGE 19 By breaking down wedding expenses, couples can get a clearer picture of how much they may need to pay for their weddings and where they may need to cut costs. • Reception site: According to The Knot, a premier wedding planning resource, couples can expect their receptions to eat up the largest chunk of their wedding budgets. Wedding reception venues may cost between $10,000 and $15,000. The average price for catering per person is roughly $70. Bar service may be around $2,000 for a threeto four-hour party. Some reception sites combine the room cost with the food and beverage costs, while others have la carte fees. • Cake: Wedding cakes tend to be multitiered intricate designs, and thus more expressive than an average cake, so they will cost more than birthday cakes. According to

Statistics Brain, wedding dessert will come in around $390. • Music: The Knot says wedding bands cost around $3,500, which is more than twice as much as hiring a DJ ($1,200). Soloists or ceremony musicians may cost around $650. • Wedding planner: Many couples employ wedding planners to make planning their weddings easier. Wedding planners cost an average of $1,300, said Thumbtack, a company that matches professionals with people who require their services. • Transportation: Limousines and other transportation prices vary depending on the vehicle(s) couples choose. The Knot notes that budgeting between $400 and $500 for transportation might be wise. • Wedding gown: Brides-to-be should expect their gowns to cost around $1,100 and the veil or headpiece to be roughly $120, according to the Association of Bridal Consultants.


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Lopez Island

ristine beaches, beautiful backgrounds of rolling hills and a general laid-back feel, Lopez Island is a perfect destination for a special wedding day. Lopez is also the closest of the ferry-served islands to Anacortes, making it a quick trip for you and your loved ones. Although Lopez Island’s year-round population is around 2,400 people, you’ll find photographers and musicians to make your ceremony one to remember and many lovely venues. There are also a wealth of accommodations, from camping to bed and breakfasts and fun resorts.

VENUES ♥♥Lopez Center ♥♥Woodmen Hall ♥♥Lopez Island Vineyards ♥♥Lopez Islander Resort ♥♥The Galley ♥♥Edenwild Inn ♥♥Mackaye Harbor Inn ♥♥Center Church ♥♥Grace Episcopal Church

THINGS TO DO • Beaches • Historical Society and Museum • Wildlife • Odlin County Park • Spencer Spit State Park • Whale watching • Golfing • Vineyard and Winery • Lopez Village

Lopez Island Woodmen Hall

Be part of a Lopez Tradition Hosting events since 1898 Offering for your special day, Beautifully renovated building Commercial kitchen, tables, chairs, linens, place settings

Stage with a professional lighting and sound system Reasonable rental rates Available year-round Call the event coordinator for availability and pricing 360-468-3092

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Wedding Services and Venues Members of the San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau

Caterers San Juan www.cakesbyfelicitations.com www.cohorestaurant.com www.sanjuanislandcatering.blogspot.com

♥♥Cakes By Felicitations ♥♥Coho Restaurant ♥♥Deb Nolan Custom Catering

Orcas www.orcashotel.com www.thekitchenorcas.com

♥♥Orcas Hotel ♥♥The Kitchen

Entertainment San Juan ♥San ♥ Juan Safaris Wedding Activities

www.sanjuansafaris.com

Lopez ♥♥Libby Valluzzi Violinist

www.libbyvalluzzi.com

Event Rentals All Islands ♥♥San Juan Shindigs

www.sanjuanshindigs.com

Orcas www.orcasevents.com

♥♥Orcas Events

Florists San Juan www.camasdesigns.com

♥♥Camas Designs

Orcas www.nestflowers.com

♥♥Nest

For the Bride San Juan ♥♥Lavendera Massage ♥♥The Spa at Earthbox

www.lavenderamassage.com www.earthboxspa.com

Ministers &Celebrants All Islands

♥♥Archie Brooks ♥♥Didier Gincig

www.sanjuanislandweddings.com www.orcasweddingsofficiant.com

Orcas ♥♥Sandy Playa

www.springbayonorcas.com/weddings


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Photographers All Islands

♥♥Island Wedding Photography by Robert S. Harrison ♥♥Orcas Video ♥♥Photography by Mark Gardner

www.islandweddingphoto.com

♥♥Liz Lui Photography ♥♥Satya Curcio Photography

www.lizlui.com www.satyaphotography.com

♥♥Steve Horn Photography

♥♥Cloud 9 Events ♥♥Orcas Events

www.orcasvideo.com www.photographybymarkgardner.com

Orcas

Lopez

www.stevehorn.net

Planners Orcas

www.cloudnineevents.net www.orcasevents.com

Transportation

♥♥Friday Harbor Jolly Trolley

San Juan

Venues

♥♥Brickworks ♥♥Friday Harbor Cruises ♥♥Friday Harbor House ♥♥Friends of Lime Kiln Society Lighthouse ♥♥Island Inn at 123 West ♥♥Lakedale Resort at Three Lakes ♥♥Pelindaba Lavender Farm ♥♥Roche Harbor Resort ♥♥San Juan Island Yacht Club ♥♥Snug Harbor Resort ♥♥Tucker House Inn ♥♥Inn at Ship Bay ♥♥Doe Bay Resort and Retreat ♥♥Odd Fellows Hall ♥♥Orcas Hotel ♥♥Orcas Island Eclipse Charters ♥♥Outlook Inn ♥♥Pebble Cove Farm ♥♥Random Howse ♥♥Rosario Resort and Spa ♥♥Turtleback Farm Inn ♥♥Victorian Valley Chapel ♥♥Orcasong Alliance/Orcasong Farm

www.fridayharborjollytrolley.com

San Juan

www.fhbrickworks.com www.fridayharborcruises.com www.fridayharborhouse.com www.folkssji.org www.123west.com www.lakedale.com www.pelindabalavender.com www.rocheharbor.com www.sjiyc.com www.snugresort.com www.tuckerhouse.com

Orcas

www.innatshipbay.com www.doebay.com www.oddshall.org www.orcashotel.com www.orcasislandwhales.com www.outlookinn.com www.pebblecovefarm.com www.randomhowse.com www.rosarioresort.com www.turtlebackinn.com www.victorianvalleychapel.com www.orcasongfarm.org

Lopez

♥♥Lopez Center for Community and the Arts ♥♥Lopez Islander Resort ♥♥Woodmen Hall

www.lopezcenter.org www.lopezfun.com www.woodmenhall.org

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• Luxury wedding design • Bespoke bouquets • Centerpieces and decor • Day of coordinating

Visit www.nestflowers.com or call 360-376-4580 / 18 Haven Road, Eastsound Photo credit: Jenn Tai

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