Ben thought it'd be fun to make our wedding website by hand, but he forgot that forms are hard. So, we're using The Knot to handle RSVPs.
Click here to RSVP
Once you RSVP (see above section), you'll be able to see the specific events you RSVP'ed for at The Knot.
Saturday, August 5
At the Museum of Pop Culture, 325 5th Ave N, Seattle
6:00 • Doors Open
6:30 • Ceremony
7:00 • Exhibits Open
7:00 • Cocktail Reception
7:30 • Dinner (buffet: meat, vegetarian, vegan)
8:30 • Dancing, celebration
Sunday, August 6
At Fast Fashion Brewing, 16 Roy St, Seattle
12:00 • Casual post-wedding lunch
(buffet: pizza, meatballs, salad)
We recommend flying into Seattle-Tacoma Airport. From there, it's a 20-30 minute taxi into Seattle, or you can take the Light Link Rail north from the airport.
We have room blocks reserved for discounted rates in 2 hotels during the August 4-6 weekend:
THE EDGEWATER HOTEL
2411 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98121
Use Code: 21Y1AP
THE MAXWELL HOTEL
300 Roy Street, Seattle, WA, 98109
Use Code: 230804BURTTMH
The Edgewater has a gorgeous location on the water and next to a sculpture park, and is an uphill 15-minute walk to the venue.
The Maxwell is a funky hotel right by the Seattle Center, and is a flat 5-minute walk to the venue.
When is the RSVP deadline?
Please RSVP by July 1st, so we can have an accurate headcount.
Can I bring a date?
Yes, we love +1s.
Can I bring my kids?
Please bring your kids of any age! Licensed childcare & mothers rooms will be available during the ceremony and reception. The MoPOP is also a great museum to explore with your children.
Are the ceremony and reception wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the ceremony and the reception occur on the same floor, all indoors. The MoPOP is ADA-compliant.
What's the dress code?
Bold Color Cocktail.
Your presence at our wedding is already a big gift for us. Plus, our idea of having only Lego sets in our wedding registry was shot down because people might confuse it with a 12-year-old’s birthday wishlist.
In lieu of a wedding registry, we ask that you please donate to any of these nonprofits:
These institutions that shaped us into the people we are today.
Benjamin Franklin High School
• Ben's high school, a magnet charter school in New Orleans
Childsplay • Where Lizzy developed a love of theatre as a kid
These small organizations are hyperlocal to Seattle, and we know they will put every dollar into the services they provide.
Bureau of Fearless Ideas • Afterschool tutoring
integrated into mixed-income housing
El Centro De Raza • community services for low-income individuals including housing, health, and education
Aurora Commons • shelter and health services for the North Seattle population
Abortion rights are very important to us. While we live in Washington State, where a person's right to bodily autonomy is protected, we both are from states where folks are severely restricted from abortion services due to the overturning of Roe v Wade.