Georgetown Ballroom Wedding | Maureen + Alex

I spent a wonderful day with Maureen and Alex, a terrific couple who went to every length to make their wedding reflect their fun-loving personalities. The did their reveal at the Seattle Grand Hyatt Hotel before walking over to Pike Place Market with their wedding party for some portraits. We had fun at the gum wall, and they bought flowers from a market vendor before heading to the Georgetown Ballroom. We did some additional portraits at a nearby park and the train tracks before the ceremony began. The couple cracked up their guests by playing “rock, paper scissors” to see who would say their vows first.  Delicious, unique food was served next, highlighted by Veraci Pizza, vintage candy such as Pop Rocks and Chuckles, and a wide selection of vintage soda pops served in bottles. Guests were entertained by a custom-made Maureen and Alex crossword puzzle and put their best wishes onto crafty DIY guest book pages. At dusk, lucky guests received a surprise treat as Molly Moon’s ice cream truck pulled in to serve up cones and cups full of creative flavors. Kudos to Sheena from The Invisible Hostess for keeping all the balls in the air throughout the evening. Their unique wedding was a perfectly quirky and wonderful way for Maureen and Alex to begin their married life together.   |  Andy

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19 Responses to “Georgetown Ballroom Wedding | Maureen + Alex”

  1. Maureen says:

    Thanks Andy! These look awesome and I’m so excited to see more. I’m making my genuine goofy laugh face in at least half of them so I must have been having a good time. =) …and what a nice blurb you wrote about our wedding. Thanks again.
    Maureen

  2. Meagan says:

    Wow! These turned out amazing. I love the one in the hotel right after you walk up to Alex for the first time…breathtaking! So glad I was a part of your day!
    Meagan

  3. Kendra says:

    These are absolutely stunning. And it was SO much fun. Andy did a fantastic job letting events unfold and capturing the flow of the day. Congratulations, Alex and Mo!

  4. Danielle says:

    These photo’s are great!! Maureen, you look absolutely beautiful! LOVE the shoes 🙂

  5. John says:

    I’m blown away by the quality of these photographs. They really capture how fun and unique Alex and Mo’s wedding was.

  6. Les (Dad) says:

    Great photos, and I especially appreciate the photographers sensitivity in not publishing close ups of the gum on the gum wall.

  7. Carol Gulczynski says:

    As the mother of the groom, I will say that I love these photos. My favorite so far is the one in the alley of the bridal party – so Seattle, so “West Side Story”. I also liked the one of my husband looking up at the plane flying overhead as he works at Boeing. Very fitting. I am looking forward to seeing the rest, particulary the family photos.

  8. Estrella says:

    So cool! Great pictures!! It was a great night Maureen, so happy to have shared it with you and your family! My favorite picture is also the pink sneakers!

  9. Kim says:

    These photos are awesome! Nick was telling about the shot in post alley- it is my favorite by far.

    Congrats to Alex and Maureen and fantastic job to Andy!

  10. Benny says:

    Awesome! Fantastic photos from a fantastic wedding, for a fantastic couple 🙂

  11. Shaila Gupta says:

    Alex and Maureen these are beautiful just beautiful. I love them!

  12. Michelle says:

    These are fantastic! I love the photo of the first dance-the Jolly Roger sign, the colors, the lighting. It is really a great shot all around. These pictures are excellent. I can’t want to see the rest!

  13. Ray says:

    These are beautiful. They capture the fun and individuality of the evening. Very well done! Mo and Alex, it was such a sweet night, keep rockin’…

  14. John Gulczynski says:

    Thanks for the terrific pictures!

  15. John Gulczynski says:

    Not sure if my first one made it in full or not, but thanks, Andy, for the really terrific pictures! You have a great eye for composition.

  16. Nathan Petersen says:

    Wow. Beautiful pictures. The alley shot is awesome.

  17. Cathy says:

    Wow! The pictures are great so far! I can’t wait to see them all!!!

  18. Nick says:

    These turned out great! Totally worth the 12 block hike around downtown in a tuxedo!

  19. Carol Gogarty says:

    Outstanding photos! I can’t pick my favorite one, there are so many. The vivid colors are striking. I am blown away at how the father daughter dance was captured along with the transforming colors of the lanterns and lights. Bottle caps and rings, what a great idea for a close up! Bless you Alex and Maureen in your journey together. You got off to a great start.