Chris and Meghan’s Seattle, WA Wedding by Courtney Bowlden Photography

The bride and groom smile at each other as they stand near trees.

Married on an otherwise dreary fall day in Seattle, Chris and Meghan’s wedding was filled with beautiful colors and lots of smiles! One especially cute smile came courtesy of Meghan’s 5 year old daughter, who was also her flower girl. And can you believe all these stunning flowers were from a grocery store? Gorgeous! But more than anything, I am totally in love with Meghan’s hair. Redheads look just amazing with autumnal color palettes like this. Thank you to Courtney Bowlden for sharing!

The bride's dress hangs in a window.The bride's romantic, lacy gown and silver cross and earrings.Close up details of the lace cutout on the back of the bride's dress.The bride sits by a window in her wedding dress holding her bouquet. A groomsman helps the groom with his cuff links.The bride's black wedding shoes.A bridesmaid helps the bride with her vintage, romantic wedding veil.Simple elegant wedding program adorned with an orange ribbon.The large church wedding ceremony venue.Hallway in the large church venue.The flower girl in her poofy dress and personalized bracelet.The bride helps one of the flower girls as her bridesmaids chat in the background.Wedding rings rest on a pillow of ribbons and flowers held by the ring bearer.The flower girl's mossy green baskets filled with white flower petals.Cut out detail on the back of the bride's dress and a cross hangs from her bouquet.The bride poses in her vintage, romantic gown and large floral bouquet.The bride's romantic vintage veil and green, white and yellow floral bouquet. The bride is walked down the aisle by her father at the ceremony.The couple and their daughter stand together at the wedding altar.The bridesmaids green dresses adorned with a small bow.The bride and groom look at each other as they sit during the ceremony.The bridesmaids and groomsmen look on during the wedding ceremony.The couple share their first kiss as husband and wife.The couple hold hands as they walk down the steps of the church.Guests blow bubbles as the bride and groom walk down the steps of the church.The couple touch foreheads as they smile at each other.The groom in his grey tuxedo and floral boutonniere as he embraces his bride.The groom and his groomsmen pose on steps in their grey tuxedos.The bride and her bridesmaids in their green dresses sit on steps with their bouquets.Colorful flowers and wedding bouquets. Chalkboard sign greeting guests at the reception.Rustic autumnal themed favors for the guests at the reception.A book of photos of the couple at the wedding reception.Personalized white fabric adorns the back of two chairs at the reception.White wedding cake adorned with a red and blue bird cake topper on a table.Wedding cake details, including a red and blue bird cake topper.A dessert bar at the wedding reception adorned with a black and white flyer.Personalized black and white take out boxes for guests at the reception.Green and white flowers by rounded green vases on a table at the wedding reception.Floral centerpieces in a round purple glass vase by a small chalkboard sign.The large vaulted ceilings at the wedding reception.Whimsical white and green floral centerpieces at the wedding reception.Rustic, autumnal wedding bouquets on a table at the wedding reception.The couple look at each other and smile.The bride gives a thumbs up as she and the groom stand by their wedding cake.The couple laugh and embrace each other under string lights at the reception.

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Photographer: Courtney Bowlden Photography

Venues: Blessed Sacrament Parish, The Loft at Russell’s

Wedding Planner: Jesson Mata

Cake: Madalyn Wilkins

Floral: Safeway Flowers

Makeup: Amber Lui

DJ: Steve Stephens

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Sarah Sarah has been editing the blog at mywedding for four years. She enjoys watching classic movies, spending money on eyeliner that she never wears, and convincing brides to write thank you notes.

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