Nick+Lindsey | Seattle, WA Vegetarian Wedding

It’s been a long time coming, but I think it was well worth the wait.

Back in September, I had the opportunity to second shoot with a very talented photographer by the name of James Moes. An interesting side note is that James and I know each other through mutual friends from high school and college. I hadn’t seen him since my community college days, but we both remembered each other. When we met up at Empire Espresso in Columbia City, I recognized him straight away, quickly reminded by how tall he is and how deviously witty. Really, he hadn’t changed much. Except for the “pretentious” glasses (his word), although I just think they’re “awesome” (my word).

Nick+Lindsey were, how do I put this… smashing? Yes, I do believe that word applies. Fun-loving and affectionate—I had a wonderful time getting to know them and their guests. Of course, it was an honor and pleasure to work for James. I am amazed by the vast amount of talent in the Seattle area—it is both terrifying and encouraging, all at once.

I just loved Lindsey’s dress, which her friend made. This and other personal touches were incorporated into Nick+Lindsey’s wedding.

I love hotel rooms with lots and LOTS of window light. Future brides—take note!

A bouquet with kale—what will they think of next?!

All the dishes were vegetarian. And I was a big fan. These peppers with goat cheese were delicious.

I had to include this shot of James. It’s as quirky as he is.

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4 Comments

  • Dean says:

    Hey, Carly. I just saw this post. The shot with the bride and her bridesmaid by the window reminds me of something out of the 40s.

  • Jessie says:

    beautiful shots! love her dress and style! looks like a super fun wedding!

  • Rachel says:

    I haven’t commented before but this wedding was just awesome. Keep it up. Really beautiful.

  • I’m so glad that we met at the party last week! And I’m so looking forward to keeping up with your work… I love your art, and that you love to “share.” Your kindergarten teacher must’ve been a doll!

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