We have a collection of photos of a bride and groom at Pike Place Market during their photo shoot as they walk through a city street in the dead of winter.
The bride is wearing a strapless gown as she picks up her dress to step up on the curb of a gobble stone street in the rustic farmers market. One of the photographers is holding her bouquet and watching the onlookers. The groom is walking beside her in his tux.
This is a close up shot of the bride. She has reddish brown hair pulled up into a loose updo that has a bouffant-ish hump on top. The veil is attached underneath that. She has peaches and cream skin tone. Her dress has many layers of netting around the full skirt.
The wedding couple is strolling down the street and enjoying their special day.
The hustle bustle of the market is going on while the couple stops for a pow wow with their photographers. This is a classic scene of the popular street with glass store fronts and the bicycles lined up in their racks. Folks are bundled up in coats on this January day and this goes to show how when the excitement and adrenaline of a wedding day can hopefully create warmth for a crazy bride who is outside in 25 degree weather with no coat.
They seem to be more interested in getting from point A to point B than they are in each other. This goes to show the mood of a public outdoor wedding in a busy urban city setting.
This shot shoes the back of the bride and the onlookers who are dressed warmly as the scene takes place.
The Pike Place Market is popular spot to say "I do" and these two show us that just because it's a cold winter day, it is possible to spend this day outdoors. It certainly makes for some unique photos full of Seattle charm.