We are excited to share Stephanie and Travis’ beautiful Browns Point wedding!
In Tacoma, Washington, Browns Point is a stunning waterfront venue perfect for elopements and intimate weddings. The Keeper’s Cottage is the picture-perfect setting to prepare for your special day. This living museum is rich with history and has three bedrooms for relaxing before your “I dos.” Once ready, walk down the front steps to your one-of-a-kind ceremony.
Our photographers started the day with Stephanie and Travis by capturing the breathtaking scenery at Browns Point. The stunning lighthouse and charming cottage looked like they were straight out of a movie. Then, we joined the couple as their friends and family made a pre-wedding toast to commence the day. Afterward, Stephanie slipped into her lovely strapless wedding gown, and we were off to take their portraits. This quintessential PNW waterfront location makes the most striking backdrop to photos. We loved capturing Stephanie and Travis along the rocky beach, against the washed-up driftwood, and with the lighthouse in the background. After, it was time to get hitched.
Stephanie walked barefoot down the aisle to her groom. Once they exchanged rings, the carefree couple ran into the water, where they shared their first kiss as husband and wife. After the ceremony, everyone joined the couple at a nearby barn and horse pasture for a lovely night of dinner and dancing.
We are so thankful to have been a part of Stephanie and Travis’ beautiful Browns Point wedding! We can’t wait to share their photos below!
Brown’s Point Wedding Photos
Browns Point Restaurants
There are many restaurants near Browns Point to enjoy a celebratory meal or grab a quick bite to eat. The SandBAR & Browns Point Diner pride themselves on using quality fresh and local ingredients. Join them Thursday and Friday nights for karaoke. The Cliff House Tacoma will surely impress if you are looking for something a little more upscale with a view. Sitting on a bluff over Commencement Bay, they serve USDA choice Angus beef and the freshest Northwest seafood. They also have banquet rooms to host your wedding or other special occasions. Gino’s at the Point is a fabulous Italian restaurant. You can start your dinner with bruschetta drizzled with a balsamic glaze, then enjoy a wonderful tortellacci topped with goat cheese, and finish off with tiramisu or a cannoli for dessert.
Browns Point Lighthouse Rental
Tours of Browns Point Lighthouse take place on Saturdays from 1pm to 4pm May through September. While you can’t rent the actual lighthouse, you can rent the Keeper’s Cottage. This restored 1903 cottage sits just behind the lighthouse and is on the National Historic Register. With three bedrooms, one bathroom, a kitchen, and period-appropriate furniture, you and up to five friends can come to relax and walk the beach for about $250 a night. There is a two-night minimum; if you rent on a Saturday, you must leave the cottage during tour hours. If you love lighthouses and want to learn more about Browns Point Lighthouse, you can sign up for a one-week tour of duty and stay in the Keeper’s Cottage. During this time, you will learn the local history and conduct tours of the lighthouse and surrounding facilities.
The Browns Point Improvement Club (BPIC) is a non-profit membership community club. They host many social, community, and school events. As a bonus, their clubhouse can be rented for weddings and special events by non-members. This spacious room with west-facing windows and a large waterfront balcony is perfect for dreamy sunset portraits. Their fully equipped kitchen, hardwood floors, and neutral interior will make your wedding reception a night to remember. For $2800, you can have the waterfront wedding of your dreams with up to 170 of your closest friends and family.
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