Six Seattle Landmarks Made for Marriages

7.21.2014

By Lynn De La Cruz

The Space Needle, ferry, sculpture park, library, waterfall, or zoo — where will you say "I do"?

With the news of Seattle’s out mayor Ed Murray officiating the marriage of a lucky same-sex couple in the “Marry Me in Seattle” campaign, we couldn't help dreaming of a perfect Emerald City wedding. The picturesque Northwest metropolis sure has you covered when it comes to idyllic backdrops for your wedding pics. Here are our suggestions:


1. In the sky:
Space Needle Skyline Level
400 Broad Street
(206) 905-2100
 

Tie the knot at 100’ elevation Skyline Level which features a 360 panoramic view of Seattle, the snow-capped Mt. Rainer, and the neighboring mountain ranges. There are options for your wedding accommodation: the Lake Union Room and Puget Sound Room are ideal for a ceremony/reception with up to 200 guests; the Seattle Room is great for smaller parties; or the option of taking all three spaces to host up to 300 guests. There is also the option of booking the Space Needle’s observation deck that features an unforgettable outside view of the Puget Sound.

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