Lindsay + Ed (part 2)

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As if they couldn’t be gorgeous enough, Lindsay and Ed arrived a few minutes before their guests at Canlis so we could do some portraits.  Though their style is undeniable (and seemingly effortless), their agenda is clear: they are much more interested in the celebration and in honoring their friends and family who’ve supported their union than they are in creating a photo-op for themselves.  Authenticity like that is truly my favorite thing to photograph.  It was such a distinct pleasure to meet, get to know and document this moment in their lives.

Venue: Canlis Restaurant – Penthouse
Floral: Fleurish

Lindsay + Ed (part 1)

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So understated, Lindsay and Ed almost forgot to tell me that they would actually be getting married on Friday, the day before their Saturday wedding celebration. The only attendees to their very intimate (and impossibly sweet) vow-exchange were their parents, who were also their witnesses.  If you want to know the most happening, happiest place in Seattle on a warm, summer Friday evening, it’s the Municipal Court.  I might be a little biased…but while there were easily twenty other couples gathering that night, Lindsay and Ed were clearly the most stylish.