If you’re an adventurous couple seeking a unique elopement experience, where you can get down with love and up with nature, you should consider having your Wedding at Treehouse Point.
My best friends planned their big day here, which was beyond magical. This blog is an ode to the wonderful people that they are and their epic wedding at Treehouse Point.
Sam and Cariane; are my people, my best friends, and more than anything, my family. The ones who make life better, who encourage me to be my best, and who always leave me feeling extra grateful to have such incredible people in my life. My words will always fall short of what they mean to me.
They chose to elope with a small group of their closest family and friends at the tranquil TreeHouse Point. It was an intimate and romantic celebration with some major fairytale forest vibes. They were surrounded by the people they love the most, which couldn’t have been more perfect.
I can’t thank you for allowing me to capture your love on your big day, for believing in me, and for opening me up to new worlds like the tranquil Treehouse Point wonderland.
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Sam & Carinane shared the sweetest first look just outside the treehouse with their little man Ro. I may be biased, but it was pretty emotional. There is something very special, about witnessing these intimate, sacred moments between your best friend. I’m just honored I got to capture it; I wouldn’t have wanted anyone else to.
Treehouse Point is THE place to have the most epic elopement in the PNW! It’s nestled in a luscious four-acre fairytale forest, just 30 minutes east of Seattle. The venue can accommodate both intimate elopements and celebrations of 80 guests. The staff onsite are super friendly, and very helpful.
They try to make the experience as inclusive as possible. According to their site, each package includes an officiant, small cake, simple bouquet(s) and/or boutonniere(s), bottle of prosecco, 2 etched champagne flutes, mini reception post-ceremony, the first hour of the photographer’s time (2-hour minimum), and a 2-night stay in the treehouse for the newlyweds with breakfast each morning of their stay.
For more information about sleeping in the trees on your wedding night, inquire here.
If you’re struggling to decide if eloping is right for you, consider asking yourself what’s important for you and your partner on your wedding day. Do you want to have a huge party and include a lot of family and friends? If so, then a traditional wedding sounds like it would be more of your style. On the other hand, if you want to focus on adventures and each other without any distractions, then an elopement may be calling your name!
Whatever you decide, remember that all elopements are unique and completely tailored to you and the things you love. However you choose to celebrate, make sure it’s your own epic version!