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Katie's style was inspired by the woodsy surroundings that really complimented the dark and moody look she loves. My prepared Bride had the best wedding website set up with Zola. She had their love story, the wedding plans, direction and ferry information, their engagement pictures and local favorites all available for everyone. She even added a section on Covid with FAQ along with her wishes to ensure everyone stayed healthy and safe. They set up a phone and used Facebook live to make sure all of the folks that couldn't be there could still share in their ceremony. Katie has some talented friends, so she had flower arrangers with flowers she got from Costco. Her friends Courtney (@court_date) and Fiona (@fionabush1) did her hair and makeup. Her hair piece was lovingly made by her cousin. The pearl earrings were borrowed from her mother-in-law, Elsa. All of the rental items they got from Whidbey Island Event Rentals (http://whidbeyeventrentals.com); shout out to Doug. The wedding dinner came from a restaurant in Freeland called Rocket Tacos (link below). Best Tacos I've had in a long time! The AirBnB with its epic view from the deck. was the perfect staging area and great for guests and getting ready. (link below) Dave's suit came from the Men's Wearhouse in Seattle (link below) and my favorite is the story of the dress. Brides for a Cause (link below) is a bridal boutique that has a beautiful assortment of second hand dresses and 90% of the proceeds goes to different female empowered charities.