Steve and Tracey designed one of the most quirky and guest-oriented weddings that Liz and I have had the privilege of capturing. The Georgetown Ballroom in Seattle seemed the perfect place for their creative flare and warmth. From the photo booth guest book to the cupcake tower to Tracey’s pink heels, the day was full of fun alternatives to the normal wedding status quo. We had a particularly fun time running an (un)photo booth for the first time (see the results here).

Congratulations Tracey and Steve!

Alternative urban bride and groom in Georgetown Seattle

Quirky alternative bride and groom touch noses, graffiti behind.

Detail of bride and groom's shoes. Pink heels and shiny black dress shoes.

Goofy posed family wedding photo. Sepia toned, brick background.

Reflection of Chinese lanterns in blue tile floor at the Georgetown Ballroom

Bride and groom kiss at Georgetown Ballroom in South Seattle.

Bride and groom smile at each other during wedding ceremony. Telephoto, black and white.

Giant group photo with entire wedding party and all the guests. Location, Georgetown Ballroom Seattle. Jazz Hands!


Chinese lanterns decorate the Georgetown Ballroom for an alternative wedding.

Bride toasts her man of honor!

Amazing wedding cupcake tower by Trophy Cupcake

Wedding cupcake tower, detail

Man of Honor toasts by beat boxing into mic.

The “Man of Honor” started his toast with some impressive beatboxing!

FLAME DANCING NIGHTLY sign at Georgetown Ballroom

Guests dancing at alternative Georgetown Ballroom wedding, Black and White.

Friends signing wedding guestbook by candlelight

Wide elevated view of Georgetown ballroom at night, with colored lights and disco ball.

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