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Featured on Luxe Mountain Weddings | Cobalt Blue Karma Winery Wedding | Lake Chelan, WA

Tia and Nate had a well planned gorgeous cobalt blue wedding.  Full of thoughtful details for each guest like hand written notes, and personalized Jones Soda thank you favors (and I even got spoiled with fine dark chocolates from their local chocolatier).  They chose Karma for their destination wedding, as Tia's family- although from Canada, has a long history visiting the lake.  I got to spend extra time with them traveling for portraits after the ceremony, which was great because Chelan has soo many different areas!  Tia and Nate also decided on a unique timeline, sharing a toast and their first dance immediately after the ceremony at the panorama, I just love when couples make their day their own.  Enjoy!

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We chose Lake Chelan as our destination wedding locale because, aside from its stunning scenery and surroundings, we wanted to unite our families into one in a small intimate setting. 
My advice: The best piece of advice is to plan everything early. We started booking 16 months ahead and it was difficult finding availabilities. By starting early, there’s no mad dash of stress and when your wedding day arrives, you will be excited for it as opposed to being overwhelmed, exhausted, and just plain over it!  This is a beautiful time in your lives that you’ll only get once. Enjoy your engagement – love it, embrace it,  and have fun with it!

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Photographer: Jacquelynn Brynn Photography  //  Venue, Caterer: Karma Vineyards  //  Florist: J9Bing Floral Design //  Wedding Gown Designer: Monique Lhuillier “Bliss” Collection

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