Thursday, December 6, 2012

Garden D'Lights 2012

Nick and I have continued our tradition and last night we went to the Bellevue Botanical Gardens to see Garden D'Lights.  This year our friends Meghan and David joined us and we made an evening of it.

We started off with dinner at seriously one of the best dumpling houses - Din Tai Fung.  (And our awesome brother-in-law works there!)

After dinner we headed off to check out the lights and get in the Christmas spirit!












17 comments:

Sarah and Stewart said...

Pretty! I should do something like this, I've really done nothing to get into the Christmas spirit yet this year...

Stevie said...

So fun! I've been to Zoolights at Point Defiance, but still have never been to the Bellevue lights. They look so cool.

Alexa said...

OMG It looks like Alice in Wonderland!!!

Carrie {Living It Up in U.P.} said...

Pretty! I've never been to Garden D'lights, but I should go sometime. I love Christmas lights!

Kristine said...

The ex and I tried to go there last year but it was packed! Plus we had our dog with us which could've caused quite some chaos :) It looks beautiful!

Selma @ Crazy Little World Of Mine said...

Oh wow, this is beyond gorgeous...it looks so magical!!

Nicole Marie said...

oh my gosh!! that's amazing!!

Sophie said...

omg!! those christmas lights are insane!!! so magical x

Jillian said...

And these photos are part of why I love this time of year :)

Ashley said...

so pretty!

TracyZLesh @ Then I Got To Thinking said...

Oh my goodness, how beautiful!! Love that you have this tradition. I wish we had something like this near us :)

Allison said...

This is beyond gorgeous - love each and every one of these pictures! You're bringing me out of my grinch mode (due to the week long rainstorm here, ick!).

Jax said...

Ohmygosh! How pretty!! I love all the lights! We have a great lights display here and I meant to go before it got really cold. It's 29 degrees today. I think I missed it. Dangit. We WILL go see it. We'll just be very bundled.. :)

Crazy Shenanigans-JMO said...

The lights look so fabulous!! What a great tradition!

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