Downtown Seattle and Kerry Park Couples Portrait Session | Seattle Engagement Photographer

I wish I had had more time to get to run around Seattle with Dai & Frank!  They came to visit from their home in Chicago to enjoy a combo family vacation and laid back honeymoon.  Dai's parents shadowed us the entire time we explored Seattle and despite my many MANY attempts to get them in a photo, they never agreed.  They just wanted the fun tour.  It's such a treat to get to show anyone around Seattle.  Our city is crazy gorgeous and Dai & Frank gave me the reigns for our session together to pick out locations and our timeline.  We all decided that golden hour sounded amazing, and thankfully we have countless of great spots with which to enjoy our Pacific Northwest sunsets.  Since Dai & Frank were visiting Seattle from Chicago and it was their first trip, hitting the hot spots was important.  So Pike Place Market was our first stop, naturally!  The market was closed during our shoot, but that made for clear streets for us to wander around on and we got prime seating in one of my favorite seating areas in the market thanks to the departed crowds.  We visited Pier 62 and 63 on the Seattle Waterfront, which has been one of my favorite versatile locations for years since it is so wide open with such an amazing downtown view.  And lastly, we had to spend time at Kerry Park to enjoy that quintessential Seattle view that everyone sees on postcards.  This evening did not disappoint.  We had beautiful orange and pink colors fill the sky and we were able to keep shooting while absolutely enjoying the sunset and the weather.  I'm so happy that Dai & Frank found me, and hope that they come back to Seattle soon for another visit!