Lindsey & Jason at First Covenant Church and The Yacht Club at Lake Union!
I always know that the bride is going to be a lot of fun if she chooses colored shoes. Check out these green beauties in front of the stained glass window at First Covenant Church in downtown Seattle.
This wedding bracelet has been involved in something like 37 family wedding since the early 1900's in Jason's family. The list is all the names of the brides. Very cool.
The beautiful interior of Seattle Covenant.
There are some incredible moments in life. Does it get any better than riding in the back of a classic convertible on a beautiful day right after you get married?
Post Alley is one of those places photographers love. You can create sunny, bright and colorful images, moody and dark images, or both with a trashy, urban chic flair.
How can you not love bright green shoes with the wedding dress?
I love how the little boy is staring at Lindsey and Jason as they get their photos taken. It's kind of funny how many other people are looking at them, too!
I liked this portrait of Jason with the stranger out of focus in the background.
Here's the Mustang. I offered to trade for my Kia, but they weren't having any of it! :)
As they come into the the Yacht Club at Lake Union (not to be confused with the Tyee Yacht Club, which is exactly the same place), Jason gets a high-five from his mom.
Lindsey and Jason made things harder on the guests. If you wanted to have them kiss, you had to do more than just hit your glass with a fork. You had to come up and sing a song into the microphone with the word "Love" in the song. So...the groomsmen sang the Barney song (I love you, you love me, we're a happy family...). Of course, they didn't know the whole song, so Lindsey was waiting for the rest. The parents in the crowd helped them out and it was a first for me - a group singing of the Barney song at a wedding!
Lindsey's dad made individual cheesecakes for everyone (I had the chocolate raspberry) and a slightly larger one for Lindsey and Jason to cut. Unfortunately, it needed a little more time to thaw, so they had to chip off pieces to feed to each other.