I don’t mean to be obsessed with what people are wearing, but really, the range is very striking. I just saw a beautiful pair of brides in traditional white floor-length wedding dresses, low-cut backs and artful white satin ties drawing every eye in the room.
Then there are the bright striped sweaters and converse high-tops people, the black satin elegant people, the Uggs people — it’s so great to see people getting to be their own true selves.
Many variations of corsage, and I can see that people have been coached in how to hold them, so they aren’t photographed waving them around wildly, like certain City of Seattle bloggers I could mention.
The range of ages here is beautiful too. I’ve seen babies in arms, toddlers in perfect little suits, angel girls in some kind of floaty gauzy fabric, and a gentleman who appears to be in some sort of full-dress Scottish outfit. I’m sure there’s a correct name for that.
Current musical choice: “If I fall in love/it will be forever…” No pressure, though, newlyweds, besides we know many of you have already been together for 6, 16, 26 and more years. Now that it’s happening, it seems crazy that it took so long, doesn’t it?