Love this moment from Susan & Pablo’s Wedding at Sole Repair Shop in Capitol Hill. They had just walked up the aisle from the ceremony and are looking at each other for the first time as an official married couple.
I just noticed people using the hashtag #momentsovermountains and I love it! Pictures of real moments at weddings are the ones that will hold the most value to you in the future. Climbing a mountain just for a photo, or hiking to some waterfall, might be fun, but I think it can sometimes be a little superficial. Like trying to create a photo that will get the most likes rather than capturing something real. I know the photos that I really value and hold dear are the ones that bring back a memory or remind me of something I felt. You can’t fake a look like the one they are giving each other!
A few shots from Melissa & Mike’s wedding at Sole Repair in Capital Hill. Megan from Clutch Events did an awesome job coordinating and planning their beautiful wedding. Sole Repair is a great venue for a small to medium size wedding, and has a great urban/Capitol Hill vibe. It even comes with a bouncer!
A few shots from Alex and Bonnie’s recent wedding. I’ve been lucky to shoot a few really fun non-traditional weddings this year. First of all, a red dress…. How cool is that! We met at Volunteer Park to start the day, and then drove around to some of their favorite places in Seattle for the bride and groom portraits. After that, we continued on to the ceremony/reception at the Mt. Baker Community Clubhouse.