A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A dark & chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food
Photos by Mary Kalhor Photography

Samantha and Michael lived in South Korea while planning their darkly chic wedding in Seattle. They rocks a self-officiated ceremony that was more of a performance than a ceremony itself. Michael played the piano, and the two of them quoted The Cure. But the most tantalizing part for me was their reception food. They blended both of their cultures by featuring Mexican and Korean-influenced dishes. YUM. Then it was all about killer karaoke and an after party under a moonlit sky.

Ready to see this performance meets music meets karaoke meets fusion food spectacle? Me too. Let's do it…

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A dark & chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A dark & chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A darkly chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A dark & chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A dark & chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A dark & chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A dark & chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A dark & chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A dark & chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A dark & chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

A dark & chic wedding with karaoke and Mexican meets Korean food

Vendors

Photography: Mary Kalhor Photography • Catering and Coordination: Foodz Catering • Florals: Bahtoh • Venue: Sanctuary at Admiral

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  1. Awesome idea just the thought of Korean and Mexican together made my mouth water! Great photos they capture the feeling well, I would have loved to have heard him play piano ?

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