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Allison Rachel Fine
Scott Robert Wilson
October 15, 2023
Seattle, WA
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Our Story

When Scott and Allison were in their sophomore year in college at the University of Kansas, Scott moved to a new dorm, Lewis Hall, where Allison had been living. During an evening of Phase Ten in the 4th floor lobby, Scott and Allison met for the first time. They continued to build a friendship over the next four years while they went through undergraduate school. In 2005, Allison was slated to begin her MSW program at KU and Scott had just taken a new job in Kansas City, so they began commuting together three days a week from Lawrence. About a week later they started dating and the rest is history. 

Come Celebrate with Us!


Sunday, October 15, 2023 


*Please arrive between 5:30-5:45pm. The ceremony will begin at 6pm.


National Nordic Museum

2655 NW Market St, Seattle, WA 98107

*Please note, there is a parking lot in back of the museum. We have bought out the lot for the night, so you won't need to pay!


Visiting Seattle


If you're traveling to us from outside of Washington, you may want to explore these transportation options:

Seattle Tacoma International Airport

Most major airlines fly into SeaTac airport. The airport is about 30 minutes south of Seattle. You'll most likely want to plan to stay somewhere in the city so you aren't too far from the wedding venue, which is in the Ballard neighborhood.

Car Rentals

At SeaTac airport, you'll find most major car rental companies, if you'd like to have a vehicle during your stay.

Light Rail

Seattle is working on expanding its light rail system to help with our ever-growing city. If you so choose, in lieu of renting a car, you could take the light rail from the airport into downtown Seattle and then use Uber or Lyft to get to your hotel and around the city. 

Uber / Lyft

Transportation via Uber and Lyft is very common in Seattle and an easy way to get around if you don't want to rent a car. 


We have blocks of rooms at each of the following hotels for our wedding weekend:

Hampton Inn and Suites 

9550 1st Ave. NE

Seattle, WA 98115 

$160 per night

Parking discounted to $10 per night

(Click on the name of the hotel to book in our room block)

This hotel is in the Northgate part of town right off the light rail and close to a number of restaurants and the new Kraken Community Iceplex. There is also a movie theater nearby.

SpringHill Suites Seattle Downtown/Lake Union

1800 Yale Avenue

Seattle, Washington 98101 

$149 per night

Parking discounted to $15 per night

(Click on the name of the hotel to book in our room block)

This hotel is close to I-5 and is easily accessible to the Space Needle, museums, and other downtown Seattle attractions. 

Marriott Courtyard Seattle Downtown/Lake Union

925 Westlake Ave N

Seattle, WA 98109

$249 per night

(Click on the name of the hotel to book in our room block)

This in the downtown / Lake Union area and right across the street from Lake Union with walking trails and wildlife. This location is easily accessible to the Space Needle, museums, and other downtown Seattle attractions. 

Mediterranean Inn

425 Queen Anne Ave N.

Seattle, WA 98019

12% off rate with promo code: afinewilsonwedding

This hotel is in the Lower Queen Anne neighborhood and close to the Space Needle, the Glass and MoPOP museums, and other Seattle attractions.


If you're looking for a unique stay in Seattle, Airbnb is another great option. If you decide to go this route, we recommend staying in the Ballard, Fremont, or Wallingford neighborhoods to be close to the wedding festivities in Ballard.

Exploring Our City

We live in a beautiful part of the country and are so excited to share it with you! If you're planning on extending your stay beyond our wedding weekend or looking for things to do outside of the wedding festivities, check out Scott and Allison's Guide to Seattle and the Pacific Northwest



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Your gift to us is attending the wedding and spending this special day with us. If you would like to give a gift, here are a few places we are registered.




Will there be any COVID-19 precautions during the wedding festivities?

While we are grateful the COVID-19 pandemic has now been downgraded to an epidemic, many still remain vulnerable to the more severe impacts of COVID-19. The bride and many in the wedding party are immuno-compromised, and our hope is that we can all get through the wedding weekend without catching anything. Masks will be welcome during the wedding, and the venue is a big open space to help the airflow. Here are a few tips for helping to keep everyone healthy during the wedding weekend:

  • Consider getting the fall 2023 COVID-19 vaccine before attending the wedding (unless for some reason you are unable).

  • If you're traveling by plane or train, please consider wearing a mask on your way to the wedding.

  • If you're willing, test yourself for COVID-19 once you arrive in Seattle, before attending the wedding.

  • If you are having any cold or COVID symptoms, please  wear a mask at the wedding or consider not attending.

Where will the wedding be held and where do I park?

The wedding will be held in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle at the National Nordic Museum on Sunday, October 15, 2023. The address is 2655 NW Market St, Seattle, WA 98107. There is a parking lot around the back side of the museum that we have bought out for the night of the wedding, so you won't need to pay at the pay station.

What should I wear to the wedding?

Our wedding will be elegant and formal attire.

What will the weather be like in October in Seattle?

October in Seattle can be a bit unpredictable. It's typically either sunny and 65 during the days or rainy and windy. We're hoping for the former. We recommend checking the weather before you attend and also bringing layers. 

What is the best way to get around in Seattle?

Seattle is a growing metropolis with 733,919 people in the city and over 4 million living in the greater Seattle area. Seattle has a robust public transportation system including buses, an expanding light rail, and many, many drivers. For getting around in the city, we do recommend Lyft, Uber, taxis, and the light rail, unless you're unfamiliar with taking public transportation and prefer to rent a car. Definitely exercise caution and allow extra time for getting around during rush hour and when navigating on I-5.

Can I bring my children?

While we would love to see and meet the kids of all of our friends, in interest of managing the size of our event, only children of family and of the wedding party are invited.

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