Allie and JD had an amazing Salish Lodge wedding! They picked this venue for its gorgeous setting surrounded by fir trees and water. Couples love Salish Lodge and Spa for its authentic Pacific Northwest experience.
The hotel overlooks Snoqualmie Falls. Allie’s bridal suite is directly above the huge waterfall. It’s stunning! You can hear the rushing water while putting on your make up and wedding dress.
After Allie got ready, she had her first look in the garden. We captured her and JD surrounded by beautiful flowers and plants. The couple had an intimate wedding ceremony on the patio overlooking Snoqualmie Falls.
We ventured into the woods for couples portraits. As a result, Allie and JD’s wedding photographs capture lush greenery. There is moss, ivy and leaves everywhere. It’s a true Northwest photography vibe. We love it!
Salish Lodge Wedding Video
Salish Lodge Wedding Photos
Snoqualmie Falls Wedding Venue
Salish Lodge is the best place to get married for a Snoqualmie Falls wedding venue. The lodge itself is right next to the waterfall. In fact, you feel like you might fall over! Kidding, of course. As wedding photographers, we can’t emphasize enough how close it is to Snoqualmie Falls. You can easily walk to the overlook. It’s a great place for pictures. There is a long pathway with many viewpoints of Snoqualmie Falls. Looking for an engagement session? Check out Diana and DJ’s Snoqualmie Falls engagement photos!
Salish Lodge Intimate Wedding
Allie and JD wanted to celebrate their marriage with a Salish Lodge intimate wedding. They invited a couple dozen guests. The lodge’s wedding space is perfect for intimate celebrations. The ceremony area overlooks the falls and feels cozy and private. As a result, guests can see and hear the couple and the officiant. After tying the knot, you can walk inside to the dining room. That’s where the couple cut their wedding cake, enjoyed toasts and ate dinner. The entire experience feels small and intimate.
Snoqualmie Falls is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Washington State. It’s a giant waterfall! It’s also easily accessible. You can drive to the waterfall in about 30 minutes from downtown Seattle. You can enjoy nice hikes and walking trails near the observation platforms.