1. The gold-and-gray palette extended to the Casa de Perrin table settings, with two chargers at each place. Square menus suited the modern tables, as did the tiny tiered cakes—mini versions of the gilded wedding cake. 2. The favors were inspired by renowned Seattle restaurant Canlis, where diners leave with a chocolate bar; white petits fours bore the newlyweds’ monogram in chocolate made to resemble wax seals. 3. The couple shared a moment on the dance floor. 4. Lucite lent an ethereal quality to the seating chart—as well as the ceremony chairs, chuppah, and custom cake stands. Opposite: Centerpieces alternated between low, conversation-friendly cinder-block containers of flowers and tall, arching branches. “I wanted it to feel like walking through a grove of trees,” Moore says.