Monthly Archives: July 2011

Washington Athletic Club – Getting Ready – Jessica & David

If you’ve been watching our photobooth video from Jessica & David’s Edgewater wedding and DYING to see more from the day, this sneak peek is for you :) Jessica and David chose to see each other for the first time as Jessica made her way down the aisle so David got ready at The Edgewater […]

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Parsons Gardens Wedding First Look – Gwen & Dan

Once you’ve stepped into Parsons Gardens on the top of Seattle’s Queen Anne Hill, it’s like you’ve entered a wedding fairy tale.  A few blocks down the way, Kerry Park buzzes with a million tourists and other weddings, and Parsons exists quietly and gorgeously for those that know about it.  Gwen and Dan were married […]

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Outdoor Wedding at The Woodmark Hotel – Rida & Jeffrey

Is there anything more lovely than a waterfront wedding?  We’ve photographed at The Woodmark Hotel many times but Rida and Jeffrey’s wedding was something truly special.  Their’s was the *first* wedding to leave the Woodmark’s famous white wedding tent and take the ceremony fully outside, under the blue sky and clouds on the lawn.  We […]

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Seattle Chinese Wedding and Tea Ceremony at the Sheraton Hotel

No sneak peeks here!  It’s over 60 images from Holly & Richard’s traditional Chinese and western wedding.  We love these two and feel their day is best experienced through the photos but let us tell you just a smidge of what you’re seeing :)  Richard and Holly had an early start to the day as […]

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Edgwater Hotel Wedding – Yellow and Grey Photobooth – Jessica & David

Jessica & David’s wedding was a photographer’s dream! With a gorgeous and charming couple, a circus theme, yellow and grey for colors, and the talents of Lindeman Weddings & Events coordinating, we couldn’t have asked for more! We created a yellow and grey photobooth at The Edgewater Hotel with one of our incredible Drop It […]

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