Join us as we tie the knot followed by dinner, drinks and dancing at The Four Seasons in Downtown Seattle!
The festivities begin at 6PM. The party never stops.
We're excited to have you join us in Seattle and hope you can make the most of your weekend in the Emerald City. Learn more about the festivities and people, our favorite activities in city, and the easiest ways to get around town.
Children are more than welcome to join us for the wedding ceremony, but the dinner party is just for the big kids!
We have a room within the hotel just for the kiddos (of all ages) for out of town family and friends. If you are interested in bringing your child to Seattle and don’t have a babysitter, please email us by September 4th so we can add them to the kids only hotel room party following the ceremony!
Following the ceremony your child can be brought upstairs for a kids friendly dinner, games and activities with Jeramie Miller, a well known and respected nanny. Following dinner feel free to pick up your little one for dancing, or have some extra time with the big kids on us. Babysitting services will continue through 10pm.
Seattle has so many great things to offer, and we’re so excited for you to fall in love with our city! From city fun to quick day trips make sure to plan an extra day for some fun in the Pacific Northwest!
Where To Get Your Grub On
La Isla: Puerto Rican (Ballard)
Local 360: American/Brunch (Belltown)
Umi: Sushi (Belltown)
Palace Kitchen: American (Belltown)
Terra Plata: American (Capitol Hill)
Tamarind Tree: Vietnamese (Chinatown)
Revel: Asian Fusion (Fremont)
Crow: American/European (Queen Anne)
Bravehorse Tavern: Pub Food (South Lake Union)
Check out Jody’s yelp page for some more of our favorite bites in the city.
Seatac Airport is about 30 minutes from downtown Seattle by car. Taxis are available from the airport and will cost around $50. For under $5 you can also take the Link Light Rail, which connects Seatac to the downtown area where hotels are just a quick walk or cab ride away.
The wedding venue is a short walk or cab ride from most hotels in the downtown area, and we recommend that you take this option if possible as downtown parking can be expensive. Cab options are:
If you’re planning on driving to the wedding, here are a few options for you:
The city of Seattle has more information on getting around.
We have three locations offering discounted rooms for the weekend of our wedding – September is a busy tourist month in Seattle so we recommend reserving spaces early. Rates have been reserved for Friday, September 6th through Sunday, September 8th.
A block of rooms has been reserved for $310 a night. Be right where the action is in this beautifully Northwest hotel. Reservations can be made by calling (206)749-7000 and asking for the Norwood-Vaynshtok Wedding Room Block. Reservations must be made by August 7, 2013. Space is limited.
A block of rooms has been reserved for $200 a night. This hotel is just two blocks from the Four Seasons and each room has a unique Northwest feel! You can make reservations for the Alexis by visiting http://tinyurl.com/jody-anton or calling VIP reservations at 866.356.8894. For other dates, before or after September 6-8, you may contact the Conference Services Manager at the Alexis, Wally Marquez. Her contact information is 206.340.6689, or you can reach her at email@example.com.
A15% discount has been reserved at this hotel, just up the hill from The Four Seasons. Use the code “WEDD” when booking https://gc.synxis.com/rez.aspx?Hotel=16965&Chain=6278&promo=WEDD
Like so many love stories, ours begins with a craigslist ad…Anton, a dashing young man from the mid-west ventured across the country to work for a little Seattle company… Amazon. He moved into a town home with another charming computer programmer, Andy, and the two set out to find a third roomie crafting an ambiguous post sure to capture any girls heart. Enter one of Jody’s closest friends Anna, who won the hearts of Andy and Anton and moved into the Capitol Hill town home, becoming the central hangout for all of her friends.
After a year of friendship, excessive texting, and nights out at Havana, Anton and Jody finally realized there might be something more to their friendship. On Christmas day 2007 the two had their first real date and two weeks later Jody finally convinced Anton they should give it a try! Fast forward four amazing years of fun dates, amazing travels and endless laughter, and Anton finally decided to take the plunge and proposed to Jody on the first morning of their Hawaiian vacation in August 2012. In 2013 Jody will finish up her Master’s in Speech and Anton looks forward to livin’ the dream with his start-up, and if that isn’t enough excitement, the two look forward to beginning their “happily ever after” with their closest friends and family on September 7th!
Wedding Party Ladies
Michelle Zapalski: from the days of note passing at Forest Ridge middle school to the texts of today Michelle is one of Jody’s best friends and she is beyond thrilled to have her by her side as her Matron of Honor.
Anna Gorohoff: photo evidence proves this duo met back on a mission trek in middle school, but truly became connected at the hip during their days of playing in the woods at summer camp.
Philly Hoshko: Jody won the lottery when it came to her assigned college freshman roommate, who within days became one of her best friends…Phody! The two have gone from running havoc in the halls of Pralle to traveling the world together on Semester at Sea .
Vanessa Carkonen: Assigned to the same floor freshman year at Chapman, Vanessa, Jody and Philly soon became a troublesome trio, living together throughout college and even moving to the Pacific Northwest to continue the fun adventures.
Carla McMinn: from the first side pony-tail scrunchie introduction at Chapman Carla soon became an honorary roommate spending many a day (and night) in Jody, Philly and Vanessa’s house. From dance parties to first outdoor adventures, Carla makes every outing entertaining!
Wedding Party Men
Brian Michel: Anton’s best man
Travis Kriplean: long time friend from the midwest and northwest
Kostas Sakellis: from the cubicles of Amazon these two became great friends
Andy Smith: OG Seattle roomie
Brad Buda: Coding 5 feet from Anton since 2007
Officiant – Boris Jabes: Jewish brother from another mother
Join us for some no host drinks at the Diller Room downtown Seattle at 9:30PM as we toast the end of the single life!
The big day! The ceremony begins at 6PM at the Four Seasons. Dinner will be served around 7PM.
Join us at 12:30 for some ‘hair of the dog’ on our lovely deck on the second floor of 401 9th Avenue North. Give us a call (Anton: 414-491-3833, Jody: 425-260-2135) when you arrive and we’ll let you in. If you have a bite or drink to share, bring it along!
The celebration continues with an informal dinner hosted by the Norwoods for all those still in town Sunday night. Join us at 6:30pm as Jody and Anton open gifts and celebrate their first full day as a married couple.
14201 93rd Ave NE
Guys – What JT would wear: suit and tie.
Girls – We’re not worried about you.