Stimson Green Mansion Wedding // Kavir + Joshua


We’re very excited to share Kavir and Joshua’s breathtaking Stimson Green Mansion wedding!

Kavir and Joshua got married at a historic Seattle, WA destination, the Stimson Green Mansion. This mansion, which was completed in 1901, is considered to be a historic landmark in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood. A non-profit, the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation, is the proud steward of this English Tudor revival style mansion and was donated to the trust in 2001. The gothic mansion is known for its eclectic architectural blend of design styles. Kavir and Joshua rented this moody venue which exclusively uses Kaspars Catering company for weddings and events at the mansion. The interior features exposed brick walls, beautifully polished hardwood floors, and crimson red velvet chairs. 

Kavir and Joshua parted with a kiss when it was time to get ready, and the grooms later shared their first look outside in the garden of the mansion. They were joined by a very special guest: their beloved greyhound. These two grooms looked so handsome in their complimentary blue suits accented with gold. Their boutonnieres were elegant and vibrant purple flowers. Their furbaby was dressed to impress too, wearing his very own fitted tuxedo. Lateron in the ceremony, their dog was their ring bearer with both of their wedding bands looped into his collar.  

The bridesmaids wore royal purple dresses and the groomsmen had corresponding ties. With the ceremony witnessed by their family and friends, Kavir and Joshua were married in front of the fireplace and underneath the chandelier of the mansion. Their aisleway was lined with greenery and tall pillar candles which added to the warm ambiance and aesthetic of their wedding day. The reception featured wine, beer, cider, seltzer, and cocktails as well as delicious food. Kavir and Joshuas’s wedding cake was a beautifully designed white, gold, and purple, three-tiered cake topped with a greyhound figurine. 

As the night went on, the grooms transformed into their next wedding look. Sporting emerald green and purple velvet with matching eyeshadow colors, they shared their first dance as husbands. At the end of their dance, they pulled out large rainbow fans with block lettering, featuring the combined message of “Yaaaas Daddy” across them. There were a lot of smiles and laughter as the pair kicked off things on the dance floor. The wedding guests got a lot of enjoyment out of the prop table that the grooms had supplied too. Guests could choose from tuxedo top hats, giant sunglasses, tiaras, beads and silly signs. 

Our team at Sound Originals was honored to be a part of Kavir & Joshua’s wedding. Please enjoy their photos!

Stimson Green Mansion Wedding Photos

Stimson-Green Mansion Wedding Cost

Seattle Bride’s online magazine has a breakdown of wedding costs for the Stimson-Green Mansion. The rental fee for the mansion ranges from $550-$2200. If you would like to add parking for your wedding guests, there is a lot for up to 45 vehicles and a $150 fee. The mansion’s exclusive caterer, Kaspars Catering & Events, has a food and beverage minimum that will vary in total cost depending on the day of the week. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, the minimum is $2500, on Thursdays it is $3000, and on Fridays and Saturdays it is $3500. You can view the available wedding menus from Kaspars online. Kaspars offer seasonal menu selections as well as hors d’oeuvres, small plates selections, breakfast, and a few beverage packages to choose from. While the venue can hold up to 150 guests, if you plan on using the library for your ceremony, that can only accommodate up to 70 guests. You can contact the mansion to inquire about booking it for your wedding.

Stimson-Green Mansion Tour

The Stimson-Green Mansion offers digital and in-person tour options. You can go on a virtual tour of the mansion to see if this space is the right fit for your wedding. If you would prefer to see the space in-person, then you can check out their calendar for available tour dates. They offer a limited number of tours for up to ten people and the tours cost ten dollars. They caution that due to the period of when the mansion was created, the building is not highly accessible. The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation has so much information on the history of the mansion, including the blueprints; the blueprints can give you a sense of the layout of the mansion. Historic Seattle shares that this mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The mansion’s facebook page is a great place to find out about upcoming tours and events hosted at the Stimson Green mansion. To see even more pictures of the mansion, we recommend that you check out the many positive reviews on Yelp.

Washington Trust for Historic Preservation

The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation is a non-profit organization devoted to the preservation of historical landmarks in Washington. The organization aims to educate, collaborate, and provide stewardship of these historical sites. One of the trust’s main values is being a people-centered non-profit that aims to listen to the needs of the local communities that they serve. This organization relies on generous donations and offers a membership program with unique benefits. An individual can join with a membership as low as $50. With this membership you can enjoy complimentary tours for yourself and a guest. It can be nice for some people to feel like they are supporting a great mission. If you are community-minded, a history buff, or an architecture fanatic, then this might be the perfect venue for you to rent for your wedding. The rental fees for this venue go to helping sustain and preserve the over-a-century old mansion.


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