A gorgeous intimate wedding in Seattle at the Corson Building in the heart of Georgetown.
The most beautiful garden party you’ve ever seen
Would you believe me if I told you that this venue is in the heart of industrial Georgetown in Downtown Seattle? Probably not, but I am here to show you that it is and you need to get married there like YESTERDAY.
The Corson Building just celebrated their 15th anniversary and I am so excited that I was able to work there. Not only is the venue a true intimate wedding dream, but the food and staff are truly what makes this place an absolutely hidden gem. It’s a smaller event space and can comfortably hold 50-80 in their outdoor spaces. I felt like I was walking straight into a dream when I arrived and let me show you why below.
Yep, that is what it actually looks like.
Angel and Max chose this venue to celebrate with their closest family and friends on a beautiful Friday afternoon. You would never know that half of the day it poured rain, and it didn’t even matter!
The sweetest intimate event ever
These two souls really just wanted their wedding to be about them and let me tell you, it was the sweetest and most intimate Seattle wedding I’ve ever photographed. Not only did they share the most beautiful private vows, but they ended the evening with a private last dance.
It was such a good reminder of why I am so called to elopements and smaller events. It’s all about the love, and it can still be absolutely Pinterest worthy if you want it to be.
Enjoy some of my favorites from their day with some 35mm film mixed in at the bottom. I truly just can’t express how wonderful this day was!
If the photos below don’t inspire you to add on 35mm film to your package, I don’t know what will. Live in your nostalgia and revel in completely untouched moments.
35mm film scans below:
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