We’re very excited to share Sydne and Kaio’s festive church and Rosehill Community Center Wedding!

First off, Sydne and Kaio were married at the St. Mary Magdalen Parish. In fact, this church is located in Everett, WA and is a short fifteen minute drive away from the community center where their reception was held. Simultaneously, their wedding ceremony was accompanied by a nuptial mass. To congratulate the newlyweds, guests were invited to wave ribbon wands at the couple at the end of their ceremony.  

Next up, for her wedding look, Sydne wore a gown with silver and white beaded accents around the neckline and a plunging back. Also, she chose a unique necklace to wear that dripped down her back. Additionally, Kaio chose a special bowtie that had black and white spotted feathers, layered with vibrant blue feathers. Of note was Sydne’s bridal bouquet. The bouquet was overflowing with purple and white roses. Lateron, their ring bearer, Kian, met them at the altar with a specially made briefcase. His briefcase said “Ring Security” and was themed as if he was a special agent on the ring mission.

After their ceremony and church service, the newlyweds headed to Lighthouse Park. As you might guess, this park features a 1950’s lighthouse that created a special backdrop for their wedding pictures. Interestingly, Seattle might be known for rain, but on their wedding day Sydne and Kaio had nothing but sunshine!

Specifically, the Rosehill Community Center is located in Mukilteo, WA. Mukilteo is located about thirty-five minutes northeast of Seattle. In celebration, Sydne and Kaio walked into their after party with gold colored money guns and launched commemorative one-hundred dollar bills into the air. Accordingly, their guests were showered with the faux bills that featured an image of the couple. As you can see in the photos below, the fake hundreds looked very real! 

Finally, the happy couple shared their first dance. Basically, the Rosehill Community Center has an entire facade of floor to ceiling windows. Moreover, light poured in the windows and shone on the couple as Kaio dipped Sydne back. But that wasn’t the end of their number! Markedly, Kaio lifted Sydne into the air for a grande finale!

After their first dance, the bride changed out of her wedding dress. Sydne reemerged in a stunning kimono with a bright purple obi. Next up, they cut their wedding cake together. In detail, their cake topper was two pandas dressed as a bride and groom and stood underneath a leafy and floral archway. Once the cake was enjoyed, Kaio removed Sydne’s garter belt. Summing up, the party continued into the evening with wedding guests pinning money to the couple. 

Our team at Sound Originals was honored to be a part of Sydne & Kaio’s wedding. Please enjoy their photos! 

Rosehill Community Center Wedding Photos

Rosehill Community Center Mukilteo

Mukilteo, WA is the location of the Mukilteo Ferry that takes passengers to Whidbey Island. The Rosehill Community Center is located here. This community center is a part of the City of Mukilteo’s recreation department. At the community center, patrons can participate in anything from dance classes to bridge games. Recently, seasonal events took place. Like a tree lighting holiday festival and an outdoor halloween event featuring a haunted house and photo booth. 

It can also be rented for private events, like this wedding we covered! For outdoor events and ceremonies, the community center offers an upper lawn and plaza area. Due to the wall of windows at the Rosehill Community Center, there are sweeping views of the Puget Sound. The Point Elliot Room at the Rosehill Community Center is 3,500 square feet. For anyone needing less space, it can be divided into two rooms. Also, it has a 1,500 square foot stage that is equipped with a sound and lighting system. That feature makes it perfect for events and performances. 

Rosehill Community Center Photos

The City of Mukilteo provides a gallery of photos at the Rosehill Community Center. This gallery features images of weddings using all of the spaces available to rent. The gallery really gives you a sense of how unlimited the options are! By just googling the Rosehill Community Center, you can see so many images! Google Maps has both user uploaded pictures and reviews of this community center. With almost five hundred reviews left, the community center maintains a 4.7 out of five star review. 

Wedding Wire has its own photo gallery of weddings at the Rosehill Community Center. There are fifteen different reviews. Collectively, the overall rating is 4.3 out of five stars. Recently, one reviewer uploaded images from her own wedding and commented on the beautiful view from the venue. Eventective has a stunning photo gallery as well! Looking through the photos is awe inspiring. Also, these galleries can help inspire ideas for staging this venue for your wedding or reception. 

Rosehill Wedding Venue

This wasn’t our first time at the Rosehill Community Center. This popular space has hosted other weddings before that our team at Sound Originals has captured. The Point Elliot room at the community center can hold up to 216 wedding guests. Another special feature of this venue is that you can book it up to two years in advance. A wedding has so many components that it usually requires very advanced planning. You can find all of the pricing details in their digital rental packet. The venue is competitively priced. You could book on a weekend day the “full room bundle” for ten hours at a rate ranging between $2820-$3450. 

While they do not offer in-person tours of the facility, you can go during their normal operating hours and look around. It is important to know that when booking, priority is given to those who book in person! A helpful feature of their website is they keep a regularly updated and running list of available bookable dates. This might make it a good venue for someone looking to snag a space for a last-minute elopement!