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Spending a few days in Seattle is a Wedding Photographer dream. Talk about a city filled with with life.
We made our first stop the Starbucks Reserve. Because we are all coffee loving adults. It had a cool vibe to the place of being part store and part willy wonka factory. Seeing all the roasting and brews you could try was lovely.
Heading down to the Pike Place Market was a highlight for me. Talk about a great place to take wedding photos.
The pier is an extension of the city. Hosting the multi-level farmers market. I chatted with a few beekeepers learning about their bees and honey. Even tasted a few of their mountain flower honey.
My friends on the trip wanted to see the famous gum wall. It was gross and fascinating all the same time. I recently learned that there’s even a fake piece of gum up there if your into Geocaching.
Its alleys ways are filled with little shops. You can find coffee shops under stairs and get wonderfully lost in its charm.
A Seattle Elopement would have such a charm to it I can’t wait to do this myself!
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More from the Starbucks Reserve Roastery website:
We opened our first Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Seattle’s vibrant Capitol Hill neighborhood in December 2014. It is an immersive and dramatic expression of our passion for coffee, located just nine blocks from our original Starbucks Pike Place store.
More from the Pike Place Market website
Pike Place Market is a special community within the heart of Seattle’s downtown. More than the city’s beloved public market, Pike Place Market is a vibrant neighborhood comprised of hundreds of farmers, craftspeople, small businesses and residents. Each group is an important and vital makeup of the Pike Place Neighborhood. In addition to preserving and protecting the historic buildings and character of the nine-acre historic district and serving as an incubator and supporter of farmers, artisans and small businesses, the Pike Place Market was chartered by the City of Seattle to provide services for low-income individuals.