Monday, May 10, 2010

Jack & Joh Share Their Wedding Vows at Carkeek Park

Jack and Johanna are FEARLESS!  They decided to marry in April outside at Carkeek Park, then celebrate at the Museum of Flight.

The day turned out beautifully:  clear, calm, warm and sunny with just the right cloud cover during the ceremony.  The setting was stunning:  the Olympics were clearly visibile and the water of the Puget Sound sparkling.  The couple was beaming with joy.

They married on a Thursday, mainly because of their work schedules.  I find midweek weddings are becoming more common.  There is greater availability of wedding services and there may also be lower costs.  Plus, if guests are from out of town (as they were in this case), it gives them a chance to make a vacation out of the trip.

The couple was delighted to have so many of the grandparents at the occasion.  

After the ceremony, we had a chance to take photographs in the area.   The salmon slide was particularly fun.

Joh got to show off her very favorite boots  - she bought a new pair just for the wedding - to go with the wedding dress her mother made.

The bride and groom feel so fortunate to have found each other and for their long-time friendship to mature into their new relationship as husband and wife. 
Kent and I hope their journey through life together is smooth sailing!

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Monday, May 3, 2010

Alex and Tyler Enjoy An Intimate Ceremony at The Prestige

The bride and groom decided to exchange their wedding vows, which they crafted themselves, before their immediate family and then, celebrate with all their friends at The Prestige Restaurant in Bellevue.

Alex's dress is a one-of-a-kind creation designed and sewn by a relative in New York.  She traveled to have it fitted ... and it was amazing!  She swished beautifully amid the flow of material.  Since the bride and groom saw each other first at their ceremony, Alex truly made a grand entrance.  I think it is safe to say that she took Tyler's breath away.

Many thanks to Mikhail Gershunovskiy for the photograph.

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Sunday, May 2, 2010

Andrew and Natthacha's Wedding Ceremony at the Seattle Asian Art Museum

It is an absolutely spectacular spring day!  A perfect day for a wedding ceremony. 

Natthacha is framed by the blooms of spring.
Andrew and Natthacha decided to be traditional and didn't see each other before the ceremony.  The bride was beautiful in her wedding dress.

 The central hall of the Asian Art Museum is a striking site to celebrate a wedding ceremony.

Surrounded by the stone walls of the museum and the artwork, Andrew and Natthacha exchange their wedding vows.  It was a heartfelt ceremony with a blending of wine as their unity celebration.
Formal wedding photographs were taken on the entrance stairs of the museum. 

Everyone gathered after to extend their best wishes to the couple and to take photos.

Barry, Natthacha's son, carried "Garfield" as the wedding mascot.  This brought out smiles from everyone.

Hand-in-hand the newly weds venture forth!  Bright skies are ahead. 

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