Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Georgia + Pascal | Act One

I am so excited today because I finally got the chance to post a few more images from Georgia and Pascal's beautiful wedding on May 1st. I loved that although their wedding colors were officially turquoise and red, they incorporated several other bright colors as well. All the guys had different colored ties and pocket squares. It's also worth mentioning that Pascal MADE all of his groomsmen's vibrant suit vests! I'm telling you this guy is a renaissance man. He dances, he sews, and he's an amazing public speaker. I have come to believe that there is nothing this man isn't great at.

We met up at Georgia's parent's home in Seattle for a couple quick portraits before the rain began and nudged us off to the church early. Set just off 15th Avenue on Capitol Hill, the Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption is a beautiful venue for a wedding. As luck would have it, the rain stopped by the time we made it to the church and we were able to do all of the family portraits outside.

That's all for now! Much more soon...

The beautiful Stephana wedding crowns that were originally worn by Georgia's grandparents for their wedding ceremony in Greece in the 1930s.

Georgia's adorable niece and Pascal.

Checking out grandpa's pocket watch.

xoxo, amy

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Amelia! You did a fantastic job at capturing the details and moments of the hours before the ceremony. We are thrilled to see these snap shots of "Act One."

We look forward to Act Two!

And, to those soon-to-be-wed couples, it all worked out when the rain came. (Always have that plan B in Seattle.) Amy did a great job of being patient, flexible, and encouraging as we had think about the plan once it began a drop.

Thanks, Amy, for all your work!!!
Georgia & Pascal