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Bellingham Wedding Photography | The Leopold Crystal Ballroom

Bellingham Wedding Photography | The Leopold Crystal Ballroom

I have a thing for old buildings.  I love spending time in them and imagining the stories the walls would tell if they could talk.  I was so excited when I was invited to come photograph the Crystal Ballroom at The Leopold.  I can’t imagine the stories those walls would tell if they could talk!  The parties they’ve seen over the years!  They must have been fabulous!

Here are a few shots from our mock wedding styled shoot-

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“Originally built in 1889, the Leopold was first named the Byron Hotel, after its owner Captain H.C. Byron. The Byron operated as a rooming house until 1910 when an entrepreneur from Seattle came to Bellingham to open a new brewing company. Leopold F. Schmidt, founder of the Olympia Brewing Co., purchased the Byron in 1910 for $100,000. The building’s name was changed to The Leopold by Schmidt’s partners when he was out of town, as a symbol of their appreciation. At the time of the purchase the hotel had 93 rooms. In later years, expansions of the hotel increased the accommodations to a total of 500 rooms.”

Visit The Leopold to learn more.

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