One of the best ‘deals’ for an elopement in the Seattle area is The Willows Lodge in Woodinville.
Many of my couples love the ease of the “I Do for 2” package which includes a wonderful room/overnight, lovely amenities and if you need it, 2 witnesses (which is a big deal for some couples).
Benjamin and Rebecca took advantage of all of this goodness and were sweetly married at The Willows Lodge on April 19th, surrounded by 6 people who mean the most to them. Happily, the rain held off and we had their ceremony at the little waterfall grotto, which is a favorite among couples. And what a happy, happy ending and kiss!
Lovely photo: www.jennygg.com
The Willows Lodge in Woodinville is one of my favorite venues for a an elopement or a small and intimate ceremony. Time and time again, couples check into the beautiful property and are married, either inside the Lodge or somewhere in the beautiful garden, surrounding the Lodge.Karl and Bridgette snuggled in for two days and were married in a ceremony for “2” in the garden, in the presence of two witnesses.
Just them. Private. Personal. Perfect. Photo: www.jennygg.com
The Willows Lodge never disappoints. It is one of my most favorite places in the Pacific Northwest for a loving and intimate (and tiny) wedding ceremony, and their affordable “I Do for 2” elopement package offers sweet benefits and values.Much happiness to Terry and Tiffany (featured in photo), just married at The Willows Lodge. Along with their children and their Mothers, this beautiful couple (so much joy and happiness) enchanged vows in the outdoor garden, surrounded by the excitement and delight of their girls.And congratulations to Richard and Pam, who also tied the knot on a lovely October day. I so love and appreciate a fiercely loving couple at mid-life who has gone the distance and fully understands and appreciates the great value of love.
Maya and Peter.
For more than 7 years, they shared a loving and very inspiring relationship, living and working from different places around the globe.
On a sunny Saturday in March – in Woodinville, Washington – this beautiful, gracious and fun-loving couple came together for a sweet and poignant wedding ceremony, surrounded by Maja’s sister from Ireland and a few chosen “best people.”
The weather on their wedding day, March 28th, was beautiful in a crisp and chilly kind of way and perfect for an intimate ceremony outdoors in the garden at The Willows Lodge.
Peter and Maja – much happiness to both of you!
Ted and Aimie arrived for their elopement at The Willows Lodge in Woodinville with style – on their bicycles!
Photographer Jenny Goldberg-George captured this sweet photo immediate after they said “I Do,” with bicycles decorated in signage, ribbons and empty cans.
Sometimes a most simple element can totally “make” a moment.
Congratulations, Aimie and Ted!