Martha Tansik and Adam Sadoski were married at The Canal last month on what turned out to be a glorious sun-filled day when we were all expecting rain and dark clouds.I was fascinated by Martha’s dragon tattoo and was reminded of the Lisbeth Salander character in the novel by Stieg Larsson. I will highlight a few pictures here and include them in the mini-slideshow below. Share on Facebook

The view from The Canal is wonderful on a sunny day. Adam and Martha had a hand made book for their guests to sign. The had a cutting cake in addition to the delious cupcakes.

 

 

 

They had a simple Bahá’í marriage ceremony. 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. The only compulsory part of the wedding is the reading of the wedding vows which both the groom and the bride read, in the presence of two witnesses.

 

 

 

 

Here is a link The Canal Wedding Pictures to the wedding panorama from their wedding that I previously highlighted on this blog.

Below is a mini-slide show with these and some more highlights from Martha and Adam’s Wedding at The Canal, check it out. Click on “toggle images” at top right to hide the thumbnails; to start just click on the right arrow on the image.

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.

 

Martha Tansik and Adam Sadoski are getting married at The Canal in December and asked me to photograph their wedding. Since the Canal has a great waterfront view of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Ballard, we went to the Locks to make some engagement pictures on Sunday while the weather was good. This was the one they liked the best. They were looking out over the Locks towards the Puget Sound from on top of the hill overlooking the Locks.