In this two-part shoot, we first met up at the University of Washington to try and catch the last bits of the cherry blooms. We started out in one of my favorite spots: Red Square. Here, I stood way back to really bring in the awesome Suzzalo library behind them. We also had some fun with the wind which I tried to show in a long exposure. On the way South to the cherry trees, we stopped to draw a big chalk balloon with their wedding date. I had them lay down to try and make it seem like they were floating away with it. We then hit Rainier Vista for the cherries but most of the blossoms had fallen. No worries! It made the gravel paths very colorful and I think it worked out well.
We departed that evening and met up another day at Pike Place Market. The fellas at Seattle Coffee Company made us a latte with their wedding date and initials. Thanks! We got a few shots in the market then went down to the waterfront for some shots of the wheel as the sun set. My favorite is of them together shooting into the sun with lens flare circles. The shoot ended at Kerry Park for panoramic views of the city as the sun went down.