There was a morning portion, and and afternoon/night portion. The morning portion consisted of the traditional Vietnamese way of getting married, then afterwards everyone went to a church for the ceremony since my cousin and a majority of her now-husband's side of the family is Catholic. In the afternoon, we drove down to China Harbor on Union Lake. I've heard that China Harbor is the largest Chinese restaurant in Seattle. While I'm not sure if that's correct, I wouldn't be surprised if it was. Case in point, there was another wedding going on at the same time in a different floor, too.
Unfortunately, nobody swooned over the food. It lacked seasoning and in dishes that contained rice, the rice was hard. There was a lot of food though, probably eight dishes per table!
My cousin chose China Harbor because of the view. At night, when you overlook the lake, all you see are the city lights! I've always found something so enticingly beautiful about the city at night, how the night sky scintillates above you and the lights sparkle like diamonds thrown across miles and miles of black fabric stretched taut. Almost like having stars on Earth. I would've taken a photo of it, but considering all you'd see is a black picture with fuzzy circles in it, I decided against it.