You’ll feel on top of the world with this romantic rooftop wedding with stunning views of Seattle. The infinity pool deck of the The Four Seasons created a wonderfully intimate place to celebrate a micro wedding in gorgeous style, with the talents of Sarah Harris Photography and Cake & Lace Events on full display. They focused on the airy charm of the venue to create an elegant pastel wedding filled with dreamy style for the bride and groom, and a cozy hotel suite reception dinner for two! The perfect way to toast even the smallest micro wedding – this gorgeous celebration is filled with beautiful ideas for a rooftop elopement!
A rooftop wedding shoot on the Seattle Waterfront
Film grain and flowers always go well together! These stunning fine art bridal photos captured each magical moment thanks to the pearly Seattle light and the gorgeous views from the rooftop wedding venue.
This couple knows white tie style applies even to micro weddings! The low back lace wedding dress from Samila Bridal & Formal featured off the shoulder flutter sleeves to add a delicate detail. The lace edged slit down the side of the fitted skirt gave the gorgeous fit and flare dress even more stunning style! A white tuxedo from Generation Tux gave the groom the perfect look to share the stage with his beautiful bride.
Views of Puget Sound created a gorgeous ceremony backdrop, but designer Cake & Lace Events and florist Leigh and Mitchell drew on the open air feeling of the rooftop wedding venue to create airy and romantic flower arrangements for the altar! The dreamy pastel flowers added a luxe organic feeling with freeform arrangements in lavender, blush, and mauve along with gorgeous greenery and wild vines. Clear acrylic stands and glass candleholders were used along with the flower arrangements to keep the ‘on top of the world’ feelings of light and open air in the rooftop wedding décor.
Vow books have become a must have for even the smallest micro wedding! These hand written vow books by Lettering by GRG were brushed with gold leaf to add a subtly luxe touch to the ceremony.
The biggest perk of a rooftop wedding venue? Aside from the wonderfully private setting for a micro wedding or elopement, the biggest benefit is the gorgeous light! With a view of the Pacific Ocean and Elliott Bay spreading below them, the couple captured magical portraits in the clear Seattle light.
This charming table for two in a private hotel suite was the perfect intimate reception dinner to follow the rooftop ceremony. The reception décor colors included blush and gold for their romantic Sweetheart Table.
A wedding with only two guests doesn’t mean you have to skip the details! Personalized wedding menus brushed with gold leaf, elegant white dipped gold flatware, and hand lettered scroll escort cards for their toasting flutes helped make this micro wedding feel personal and memorable.
The craft cocktail artisans at GoldFinch Tavern Pop-Up at Infinity Pool + Bar whipped up personalized cocktails for the bride and groom to toast their wedding day in style!
A huge bonus of an intimate micro wedding is the one-on-one time. Although we miss the bustle and celebration of family and friends, its impossible not to enjoy the wonderful moments shared by the couple on their special day! Fewer guests means more time to breathe and take in the significance of finding the person you chose to marry – not to mention a less stressful timeline and more room for photos to treasure! The infinity pool deck offered a stunning portrait location for this rooftop wedding celebration!
Don’t miss this colorful take on a rooftop wedding!
WEDDING VENDORS –
Photography: Sarah Harris Photography | Seattle Wedding Venue: The Four Seasons | Wedding Planner and Designer: Cake & Lace Events | Florist: Leigh and Mitchell | Bridal Gown & Accessories: Samila Bridal & Formal | Bridal Jewelry: Green Lake Jewelry | Groom’s Attire & Accessories: Generation Tux | Hair Styling and Makeup: K&D Beauty | Event Rentals: Cort Party Rentals | Bar Service: GoldFinch Tavern Pop-Up at Infinity Pool + Bar | Stationery Design and Paper Goods: Lettering by GRG