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Going to the chapel…

Hi, everyone! Sean and I will be stepping away from the blog for a few weeks as we head out to Seattle for our wedding on September 2 and then go up to Vancouver/Whistler/Victoria for our honeymoon. We’d love any suggestions for restaurants, must-sees, bars, etc! Feel free to comment or email us at blog (at) sub-studio.com. We will be back with new posts on September 17. In the meantime, check out all the great blogs on the sidebar!

We would like to take this moment as an opportunity to thank you for reading our little blog and for all of your emails and comments – we really appreciate it! Keep them coming! We will see you soon!

14 Responses to “Going to the chapel…”

  1. i love you, seanna!

  2. no no, betty, we love you! We’ll be thinking of you on the 2nd. xoxo. get your booty to new york soon!

  3. CONGRATS!!!

  4. Congratulations!!!!

  5. Congrats!!!

  6. thanks, thanks, thanks, you guys!

  7. congrats!

  8. congrat’s! i read your blog everyother day and just love it. i wanted to give you a must eat place in BC. if you like indian food you must visit Vij(http://www.vijs.ca/index_in.htm). i live in seattle so i know a few places here: Le pichet on 1st ave for a little french snack, cheap and yummy, Blue C sushi for some fun food and drinks in the U-village, and the newly remodeled SAM has a nice little cafe with a sneak peek of the art. Ohh, so many more but i’ll cut it short. while in Vancouver be sure to check out the Opus hotel and the surrounding neighborhood. have fun and welcome to seattle!

  9. thank, anon! We appreciate the tips! We love seattle…gorgeous weather today and hopefully for sunday…and I’m sure vancouver is going to be just as nice…

  10. Congratulations!

  11. vancouverite who checks in on the things your good taste likes. Hope you have a great wedding day. For a quick lunch near Granville Island visit Go Fish for fish and chips. Very good halibut and fish tacos. what else? Main street is still the place for local fashion etc. although its changing slowly, sadly. Regional Assembly of Text, on Main, would be up your alley. Handmade stationery stuffs and other goods. Simple but quite nice if you’re in the area. It is a coffee town, and NY just isn’t. So take advantage of the West Coast. In Van, JJ Bean, Soma, Caffe Artigiano are my haunts. For hip snooty try Chambar. For hip now try Salt. These are in Gastown area, which is worth a cruise – the human misery surrounded by 3 figure t-shirts (check out Richard Kidd, the ‘building’ is great) is a social reality that’s concentrated in our lower east side. Its something to be experienced if you’re here, even if you won’t feel wonderful afterwards.
    Cameron

  12. see you in a few hours! ;p

  13. Congratulations!
    enjoy yr honey moon!

  14. Whidby Island. Also, ummm, I just stumbled upon you blog. Would you mind if I added you to my blog roll. Well, I’m going to anyway. Great site. Have a great honeymoon.