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Issaquah Courthouse Wedding // Stephie + Jarrett

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Weddings

We love photographing courthouse weddings! Stephie and Jarrett’s day was amazing! They had an intimate wedding ceremony at the Issaquah Courthouse surrounded by a few friends. They even had a zoom call to include family and friends who could not be there with them.

With beautiful floral bouquets to add to the beauty of the day, the bride and groom said their vows inside the courtroom. We captured the moments for them to be able to remember their day. There were plenty of areas right around the courthouse to take beautiful portraits. We started with a few portraits in the area of the couple, then moved to the courthouse for the ceremony. Once inside, we took photos of their vows, exchanging of the rings and of course the moments being shared with family and friends. Afterwards, we were able to take some great images on the courthouse steps complete with rose petals and kisses! Afterwards, champagne was popped to celebrate the day!

The Issaquah Courthouse is located in King County and is easy to obtain a marriage license from. You can visit their site for more information. There are seven locations in King County to obtain your license from. Some even have evening hours for convenience. Issaquah is a great area to get married in. There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the area. You can visit the Issaquah website for things to do and to plan your visit!

Issaquah Courthouse Wedding Photos

King County Courthouse Wedding

Many couples choose to get married at a Courthouse. Sometimes it’s easier for couples when they are planning a smaller more intimate wedding. There are many courthouses in King County to get married in. The first step in planning your King County Courthouse wedding is to obtain a marriage license. Once applied for there is a 3-day waiting period. The license is valid for 60 days after the waiting period. You can have your ceremony on weekdays at the courthouse.

King County Marriage License

Part of planning your King County wedding is how to obtain your marriage license. The King County Recorders office has created a FAQ to answer many of your questions. The first step is to fill out the application. Then the couple needs to visit one of the cities locations to show a valid ID and pay the fee. Many couples ask how they can apply if they cannot go to an office in person. The couple can go online to fill out a marriage license application form. There is a 3-day waiting period after the application is accepted. Couples must take that into consideration in their plans.

Courthouse Wedding Washington State

The Pacific Northwest is a beautiful area. Washington State is a great place to get married. As a result, many couples choose to get married here. And they choose to do a Courthouse Wedding. It’s easy to prepare for a courthouse wedding. You need two witnesses to be present at the ceremony. Many couples choose to get married at a Courthouse. Sometimes it’s easier for couples when they are planning a smaller more intimate wedding. There are many courthouses in King County to get married in. The first step in planning your King County Courthouse wedding is to obtain a marriage license. Once applied for there is a 3-day waiting period. The license is valid for 60 days after the waiting period. You can have your ceremony on weekdays at the courthouse. More information can be found here about getting married in a Washington State courthouse.

Seattle Courthouse Wedding

You can get married in a Seattle Courthouse whether you live in the city or are just visiting. The King County has created a list of judges who can perform your ceremony. The Seattle Municipal courthouse even has a rooftop where you can get married. Brides Magazine even listed Seattle’s Municipal Courthouse as their #1 choice for iconic courthouses to get married in. Getting married in Seattle can be fun. After your ceremony you can plan a day of adventure in downtown Seattle. There will be plenty of opportunities for a post-ceremony photoshoot! This courthouse is located in the heart of downtown Seattle. The roof deck is located on the 10th floor and has amazing views of the Puget Sound! You can even see the Olympic Mountains.