Chris and Stephanie were married near the water at Seattle’s Gasworks Park, surrounded by an intimate group of family and friends.
Jim and Holly found a perfect place for their sweet and intimate waterside wedding ceremony ~ a friend’s deck overlooking the water in Des Moines, WA.
Seattle’s Volunteer Park is a beautiful spot for a sweet and intimate ceremony.
Bryce and Irene were married under a very old and huge tree in the back of the Park’s Seattle Asian Art Museum ~ surrounded by a few close family and friends.
I love small wedding ceremonies. Don’t get me wrong ~ the “big ones” are super fun, amazing and often, over-the-top.
And eloping – getting hitched – getting it done – just doing it – in a magical place with 2 people or 20 folks is what resonates with many loving couples.
So, if you’re in Seattle and searching for a place for a ceremony or are driving/flying in to “elope,” check out Volunteer Park. It’s one of my most favorite parks in Seattle to get hitched!
Doug and Theresa’s elopement was a truly an over-the-top event! Yes, I finally got this wonderful couple married but it took quite the effort.
You see, I was scheduled to fly from Seattle to Orcas on a seaplane to marry them on a fine Sunday evening. I had the ticket, I was packed for an overnight – fun, right?
Well, what we didn’t expect was wind and gusty rain which cancelled all flights for the afternoon out of Lake Union. I had to scramble fast to catch a ferry from Anacortes to Orcas Island which involved an unexpected 2-hour drive from Seattle. I made it onto the Anacortes-Orcas Island ferry with minutes to spare and once on Orcas, found my way to the sweet Outlook Inn. I was late ~ I was happy ~ I was there! So very fun in all ways.
Doug and Theresa ~ thank you again for giving me the most most marvelous opportunity to share in your wedding day, Orcas Island style!