As the largest city park in Seattle, Discovery Park encompasses sweeping coastal views of the Cascade and Olympic Mountains. You can choose between the chapel lawn or north bluff for your ceremony, both of which are spectacular for photos in open meadows and forest groves with the mountains as a backdrop. Permit fee applies.
Parsons Gardens is a gem in the Queen Anne neighborhood. Prominent businessman and philanthropist Reginald H. Parsons gave the park to the city in 1956. The arbor and winding paths make you forget you’re in the country’s largest northernmost city. Permit fee applies.
An indoor ceremony in the Seasonal House at the Volunteer Park Conservatory is cozy, lush, and warm among five different tropical environments. Built in 1912 and modeled after London’s Crystal Palace, the historic Victorian greenhouse anchors Volunteer Park on Capitol Hill. The glass greenhouse is surrounded by the gorgeous scenery and pristine lawns of the Olmsted park. Permit fee applies.
Kerry Park has unparalleled views of the downtown skyline and occasionally of Mount Rainier. Sunset views stun, and ferry lights zig zag the sound at night. Permit fee applies.
Hidden in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, Sole Repair Shop is perfect for those wanting more guest space. Exposed wooden beams are perfectly intact inside in what was once a shoe repair warehouse. Venue rental fee applies.
Dunn Gardens fuses the original 1915 Olmsted Brothers Landscape design, and highlights the evolution of garden design in the Pacific Northwest. Consider the gardens a gem in the city of Seattle!
Venue rental fee applies.
Elope on a Washington State Ferries ride from Seattle to one of the Puget Sound’s many scenic islands. We recommend small parties during non-commuter sailings since ferries are open to the public at all times. Simply work with your officiant to get everything squared away!