Brittany and Mehmet had a truly stunning wedding at The Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) in Seattle a few weeks ago. The museum, located right in the heart of Seattle in Seattle Center next to the Space Needle, provided a beautiful and unique setting for their special day.
The ambiance around MoPOP was electric, with the excitement of being in the center of the city and the energy of the museum itself. Guests were able to explore the exhibits and take in the vibrant colors and unique atmosphere of the venue.
The museum’s walls and decorations provided a stunning backdrop for the ceremony and reception, and the couple’s colorful dress and details added to the vibrancy of the day. The couple chose to skip some traditional wedding day activities and instead celebrated in a way that was meaningful to them and their story. Mehmet’s family is Turkish, so they served delicious Turkish cuisine made in-house at MoPOP. This added a personal touch to the day and allowed guests to experience a taste of Mehmet’s heritage.
As a Seattle wedding photographer, I was blown away by the beauty of the venue and the creativity of the couple. MoPOP is a truly unique and fun venue for a wedding, and the location in the heart of Seattle added to the excitement and energy of the day. The photo booth was a huge hit, and guests took plenty of fun photos throughout the evening.
The couple’s first dance was especially beautiful, with the soft lighting and romantic ambiance of the museum setting. The dance floor was filled with guests, who were all clearly having a wonderful time celebrating the happy couple.
Overall, Brittany and Mehmet’s wedding was a joy to photograph and be a part of. The colors, the food, and the venue all came together to create a truly memorable and beautiful day.
Check out the gallery below!
Venue | @mopopseattle
Planner | @gatherwellevents
DJ | @djrickileigh
HAMU | @neenadoan
Dress | NArtBridal
Invitations | @paperlesspost
MoPOP was such an incredible venue — you can reach out to them here. I can’t wait to shoot there again. Until then, enjoy the beautiful images!