It’s summertime in Seattle and a popular city for an elopement…not only for couples who live and love in the Pacific Northwest but for loving couples from all around the country. As we move into July and August, the best months for weather in Seattle, most couples opt to elope outdoors, choosing a park, waterside vista or even a boutique hotel or bed and breakfast.
To elope, you need the following:
- Your happy selves!
- 2 witnesses over the age of 18
- A valid Washington State Marriage License
- A lovely Officiant
For more information or to talk about possibilities, call Annemarie at 425 922 1325.
Photo: Jenny and Andrew on a Washington State Ferry! Photo: www.jennygg.com
It was a crazy weather day yesterday, Sunday, March 13th!At The Salish Lodge, overlooking the roaring Snoqualmie Falls, it was truly nutty weather! Tucked inside the Lodge, in the warm and lovely Cliffside room overlooking the Falls, Mikey and Sam exchanged beautiful personal vows and embarked on their marriage adventure. What made this moment all the sweeter was their best lady, flower girl, ring bearer and wonder dog, Sally. As the guest of honor, Mikey and Sam’s beloved 16 and-a-year-old pooch did her Momma and Papa proud!
Small and intimate weddings often are so much fun.
Really! I know planning such a lifetime moment has ups and downs and at the end of the day, many of my couples walk into their wedding day with peace, calm and such anticipation.
Meet Sandra and Cindy – married at Salty’s on Alki one fine Monday evening surrounded by a small gathering of people they love most in this world.
Most of all, take a look at these smiles. This beautiful couple has been together for years and the love, joy and humor shared is such an inspiration to all of us!
You’ve got to love a couple who is so family oriented that their finest wish is an intimate wedding ceremony with their three children.
And Josh and Janice did just that. With their 3 boys as their “best men,” this devoted and inspiring couple “eloped” to The Willows Lodge in Woodinville and shared vows in a ceremony just for 5.
And together with their sons, Josh and Janice hand-crafted a memento to take home from their ceremony…with fully participation by their best little men!
Josh and Janice – much continued happiness as you launch on your marriage and family adventure!
Photo: Jenny Goldberg-George, www.jennygg.com
Anna + Daniel. A wedding for 2, perfectly done.
Taking advantage of the fun and very affordable elopement package offered by The Willows Lodge in Woodinville, Anna and Daniel were beautifully married on a weekday morning.
Two people in love. A wedding “their way.” Congratulations to very wonderful people!
Beautiful Photo/Jenny Goldberg-George: www.jennygg.com
Billie + Olsi.
Married on a gorgeous Seattle May afternoon at the Woodland Park Rose Garden, adjacent to the Zoo.
Yes, the guest list was small (including Billie’s two beautiful daughters) and the feeling of joy and anticipation was BIG.
Billie and Olsi – much happiness on your continued adventure!
Photo: Jenny Golberg-George at www.jennygg.com
Shawn and Sasha – a ceremony and celebration for 2!
Find an Officiant.
Find a Photographer.
Ask the Officiant for a great venue for an elopement. Answer? The “I Do For 2” Elopement Package at Woodinville’s Willows Lodge.
Get the marriage license. Coordinate beautiful wedding wear. Find the bride some killer shoes.
Shawn and Sasha – 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!