So I wasn't joking about blogging nonstop about my friend Ams' wedding. It's not shocking that after amazing hotel gift bags, I knew to expect something special for the big day. The wedding itself was at the Museum of History and Industry (the "MOHAI") on South Lake Union in Seattle. The venue was AMAZING and I'm hoping that her photographer will let me use some of their professional photos because my point and shoot camera pictures do NOT do it justice. I didn't trust myself to bring my nice camera, given that there was cross country travel & nonstop cocktails involved.
So anyway, my friend Ams (aka Sarah) and her husband Bret are both incredible travelers. It's kind of their thing and, of course, this spilled into the wedding. Here's what the centerpieces looked like:
I was at Table 8, New York City. The other tables were all of the other locations they'd visited together and underneath each table number was a stack of travel books. At each table setting was a note from the happy couple, explaining that the guests were to take home a guide book from the centerpieces to help inspire our "next big adventure". How cute is that?
Each place setting also had a luggage tag with the Seattle skyline sketch seen all throughout their wedding ("We have a lot of branding," the bride said to one of our friends). I think luggage tags are an especially cute AND functional wedding favor:
Tables also had a picture of the bride and groom at various locations they've visited together (the one I happened to photograph was of them in Washington State but there were framed photos from them around the world):
During the cake cutting, Bret announced they were going to Bali and Hong Kong on a two week honeymoon (a surprise to Ams up until that point, which I think is super cute). At the end of the evening, the bride and groom headed off on a boat into South Lake Union through a line of sparkler-ed guests:
An amazing end to an awesome evening. I'm obsessed with the travel theme of this wedding and hope to be sharing some photos soon that actually do justice to this incredible night. Thanks again to Bret & Ams for giving me weeks worth of blog fodder! Hope married life is treating you well.
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