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Yesterday I photographed my last wedding  of the year as Martha Tansik and Adam Sadoski were married at The Canal. It was an inspirational wedding ceremony and quite different than any I have photographed before. Martha is of the Bahá’í Faith. The Bahá’í marriage ceremony is simple; the only compulsory part of the wedding is the reading of the wedding vows prescribed by Bahá’u’lláh which both the groom and the bride read, in the presence of two witnesses. The vows are “We will all, verily, abide by the Will of God.”

Instead of having groomsmen and bridesmaids, Adam and Martha had the people who would have played those roles sing and recite inspirational passages on love from various sources  including Hemmingway, The Velveteen Rabbit and Shakespeare.

I just wanted to posy a couple of quick pictures today. I still have to go through all of the images and edit them down, but Adam and Martha are moving to Anchorage, Alaska on Saturday so I wanted them to see at least a couple pictures before they depart. The top picture was from during the wedding ceremony and the one below was made while we we making some formal portraits. Adam and his friends are into doing jump shots so we did one. Martha declined jumping in her wedding dress but joined the group afterwards.

>Seattle photographers Daniel Sheehan, specializes in photojournalism and portrait photography for publications and corporations and Seattle wedding photographers who travel internationally to photograph weddings and other events.

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