Downtown Seattle Wedding Venues
Emily and Reed held their wedding at one of Seattle’s amazing indoor venues. They got ready at the Palladian Hotel and took portraits downtown and around Pioneer Park. Emily and Reed booked my 12 hour wedding day package and I’m so glad that they did. 12 hours allowed me the time to capture every detail throughout their day. Scroll down to check out their amazing day. Also, feel free to contact me (at the bottom of the page) to see a full wedding gallery.
The Palladian Hotel
The Kimpton Palladian Hotel is a Seattle landmark and a perfect place to get ready on your wedding day. It is close to Pikes Market and has the most beautiful spacious rooms. The upper floors of the hotel have some amazing views that showcase Seattle’s skyline. I could seriously take photos in the Palladian all day long.
After getting ready Reed and his groomsmen shot some hoops at the Washington Athletic Club.
After Emily and Reed’s first look we cruised around Downton and ended up at Pikes Place Market for some portraits.
I still don’t know how we got this photo with all of the traffic on a Saturday, but man I love this shot with the Pikes Market sign.
After a stroll through downtown Emily and Reed met their bridal party at the bar for some pre-wedding drinks.
On their way, their wedding ceremony Emily and Reed stopped at Pioneer Park for some photos with their bridal party. Pioneer Park was the perfect place for group photos and there is a great mix of trees and beautiful brick buildings.
Seattle Design Center
The Seattle Design Center is located just south of downtown and has plenty of space inside for a large wedding. Emily and Reed had well over 200 guests and the Design Center never felt crowded.
This is seriously one of my favorite downtown Seattle Wedding Venues so far.
Ceremony and Reception: The Seattle Design Center
Dinner: Ravishing Radish Catering
DJ and Sound: Integral DJs
Lodging: The Palladian
If you like these photos check out Emily’s sister’s Portland wedding from a couple of years ago. Click Here