While this past year has looked a little different, life goes on, albeit differently. Some traditions have changed, including weddings, but they can still be special even in the era of physical distancing. With Zoom weddings on the rise, people have adapted their plans to keep friends and family safe. Whether you’re planning a small, intimate wedding now, or a big party in the future when it’s safe to gather, we’ve got some suggestions to make your day special.
The first item on any couple’s wedding to-do list is securing a venue. Snohomish County’s picturesque scenery makes it the perfect location for anyone’s big day. Check out Gray Bridge Venue in Sultan with stunning views of the PNW trifecta: trees, mountains and water. If you’re looking for a rustic but chic locale, Stocker Farms in Snohomish offers a barn and garden for dancing under the stars.
Weddings of any size can be stressful, but especially during a pandemic, so hire someone to take the pressure off so you can savor your special day. Pink Blossom Events can help you plan your dream day and keep your to-do list to a minimum. And no wedding would be complete without a skilled photographer. AshleyKay Photography can help you capture special moments and memories that you’ll cherish for years to come.
One of the best parts of any wedding is the food! Snohomish County offers many different options for catering. Paella House in Snohomish offers Pacific Northwest seafood served in the traditional Spanish way, while Chef Dane Catering in Lynnwood cooks up more traditional wedding fare (and they have a food truck!). For dessert, Despi Delite Bakery in Everett has traditional and specialty wedding cakes made to order. Simply Sweet Cupcakes in Snohomish has a plethora of treats to choose from, including traditional wedding cakes, cake pops, cookies and cupcakes. Yum!