Oh boy, let me tell you about the most epic wedding I had the pleasure of photographing at the Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle, Washington! It was a day filled with love, surprises, and good vibes.
First things first, let’s talk about the bride’s stunning outfit. She wore a gorgeous dress that hid a secret jumpsuit underneath. During their first dance, she surprised the groom by revealing the jumpsuit and they both looked so cool and chic. It was a moment that will forever be etched in my memory.
The circular ceremony was another unique touch that I absolutely loved. This way, every single guest had a perfect view of the vows. It’s little details like this that make a wedding truly unforgettable.
And let’s talk about that natural light! The Paccar Pavilion at Olympic Sculpture Park is known for having some of the best natural light in Seattle, and it did not disappoint. It made for some of the most stunning and ethereal photographs I’ve ever taken.
This venue has quickly become one of my all-time favorites in Seattle, and it’s not hard to see why. The modern architecture and stunning views of the Olympic Sculpture Park make for the perfect backdrop for a wedding. It’s simply breathtaking.
To top it all off, this wedding happened to fall on my birthday! I mean, could it get any better? We ended the night by sharing a tequila shot, and I couldn’t have asked for a better way to celebrate both the wedding and my special day.
These two definitely solidified themselves as some of my favorites! From camping for their engagement session to dancing all night, we had an absolute blast together.
Overall, this wedding at the Olympic Sculpture Park was a true joy to photograph. The energy was high, the love was palpable, and I had an absolute blast. Cheers to the happy couple and to many more beautiful weddings at this stunning venue.
Venue: Paccar Pavilion at Olympic Sculpture Park
Planner: 3Eleven Events
Florist: Thatch Floral
Caterer: Shooby Doo Catering
HMUA: Amanda Dang
Rentals: CORT Party Rental; Pederson’s Rental Company
Dress: Tadashi Shoji; BHLDN