Brian + Sandra. Married in a sweet and intimate wedding ceremony at the beautiful Salish Lodge in Snoqualmie, Washington on Friday, May 15th.
Joined by Brian’s Dad and a good friend, we found a private and hidden spot at the Lodge overlooking the falls and shared in a very loving exchange of vows and rings.
Brian and Sandra, wishing you much happiness!
Bruce + Rose. Married on a sweet Winter Sunday at the beautiful Salish Lodge in Snoqualmie, Washington.
A guy living in Seattle and a lady working in Saudi Arabia!
They met, fell in love and with great heart, courage and love, created an inspiring and loving relationship.
And now, they are married!
I sense a trend in the air!
In the past year, the “guest list” for elopements has been slowly growing. It used to be 2-4 guests. Now, we’re averaging about 8-10 guests.
And to prove my point, let’s celebrate Sean and Johnna, married over this holiday weekend at The Salish Lodge, joined by 12 very happy family and friends for a special post-ceremony dinner.
And sharing this holiday weekend, congrats to Matt and Beth, married in a sweet and simple ceremony with 8 family members present.
Both perfect in all ways.
John + Marnie.
In the presence of Marnie’s parents and two friends, John and Marnie exchanged beautiful vows and heartfelt words outside of the Salish Lodge this past Saturday afternoon.
I love The Salish Lodge for a tiny and intimate wedding ceremony. For John and Marnie, it provided a beautiful backdrop for a reverent ceremony and an easy and elegant celebration.
If you are planning an elopement or small/intimate ceremony, take a peek at a venue such as the Salish Lodge, that offers indoor/outdoor options for ceremony as well as a celebration atmosphere for a terrific meal and cozy overnight stay.
John and Marnie – congratulations!
Chris + Cassie
Surrounded by an intimate gathering of family and friends, this fun-loving couple from Anchorage, Alaska, was married on Saturday evening, January 26th at The Salish Lodge in Snoqualmie.
Chris and Cassie left the snow and cold of their 49th State behind and snuggled into The Salish Lodge for a sweet ceremony and intimate dinner celebration.
Much happiness and joy to you, Chris and Cassie, as you launch on your marriage adventure!
For me, a wedding ceremony is not about the size of a guest list.
A wedding ceremony is a celebration of courage, perseverance, great love and devotion, anticipation, acceptance and so much more.
Jason and Monica traveled from Texas to stay at The Salish Lodge and to be married at Snoqualmie Peak Park. It was a picturesque evening and I love this moment captured by Photographer Jenny Goldberg – sometimes there are just no words.
Larry and Jennifer wanted a tiny and intimate ceremony – they got it AND by the time things were said and done, 20 happy family and friends were on hand to witness their lifetime moment.
Married this past Saturday, March 9th, at The Salish Lodge and overlooking Snoqualmie Falls, Larry and Jennifer “eloped” from the Lakewood area to be married at this gorgeous place in nature.
Elopements come in all shapes and sizes. For me, it is not about the size of an elopement guest list – rather, it is about creating a beautiful and memorable moment for two loving people – with a little fun, lots of joy and a few sacred moments!
One of my favorite places for an intimate and romantic wedding ceremony in the Pacific Northwest?
The Salish Lodge.
Located about 30 minutes outside of Seattle, the Salish Lodge offers a couple a romantic opportunity for an elopement – beautiful accommodations overlooking Snoqualmie Falls, exquisite dining, relaxing spa services and more.
If you are looking to elope, The Salish Lodge may be a best choice for you. Take a peek: www.salishlodge.com
Steffan and Inken decided to go “international” and elope to Seattle all the way from their home in Germany!
With a small group of family and friends on a deck overlooking Snoqualmie Falls at The Salish Lodge, Steffan and Inken exchanged vows and rings this past Tuesday, the first day of Summer.
They celebrated with an immediate after-ceremony toast and then went off with their photographers before a romantic celebration dinner in the Lodge’s dining room overlooking the Falls.
If you are seeking a gorgeous venue for your elopement, go to www.salishlodge.com