Seattle Wedding Ceremony Sites – 6 Free Or Almost Free Locations For a Small and Sweet Ceremony

You are being married in Seattle, Washington! If cost is a consideration and you are on a serious budget for your wedding day, a free or almost free location for your wedding ceremony will help preserve your wedding dollars.

Here is a short list of 6 fun and memorable free or “almost free” locations in Seattle, Washington for a sweet and elegant wedding ceremony. As you review this list, you’ll find that “almost free” most often includes a permit fee for a park or venue through a city or government agency.

6 Fun and Memorable Free Or “Almost Free” Wedding Ceremony Locations in Seattle, WA

1) Seattle’s Ballard Locks – Free! One of Seattle’s biggest tourist attractions offers the venue’s English Botanical Gardens free of charge. You have a choice of four possible ceremony locations with the Gardens and the space is free with a reservation. For more information and/or to make a reservation contact The Ballard Locks.

2) Leschi Waterfront Area – Free! For a short and sweet wedding ceremony, consider the beautiful Leschi waterfront area on Lake Washington as a definite possibility. This neighborhood area along the shore of popular Lake Washington is especially gorgeous and scenic during Seattle’s beautiful Summer months of July and August.

3) Top Of The Space Needle – Almost Free! What about getting married high in the sky at the top of The Space Needle? Purchase a ticket for you, your Sweetie, two witnesses and your Officiant to ride the elevator and you can be married at the top of the Needle with a killer view of Seattle all around you!

4) Alki Beach in West Seattle – Almost Free! A favorite for locals and couples coming into Seattle from out-of-town is Alki Beach in West Seattle. For a short and sweet wedding ceremony, Alki Beach offers a bustling beach with lots of local color and activity. Couples love to get married at the water’s edge with their feet in the sand and the skyline of Seattle in the background behind them! Contact the Seattle Parks and Recreation Department for a permit for a beach wedding.

5) A Friend’s Boat on Lake Washington – Free! It’s amazing how many people in Seattle have a boat or know someone with a boat! Take your wedding ceremony to the water and get married on a friend’s boat while cruising Lake Washington or the Puget Sound.

6) Your Home or a Friend’s Home – Free! This last suggestion is probably a “no brainer!” What about making things as simple as possible and inviting your Officiant/Minister and family/friends to join you at your home or a friend’s home for a casual and simple wedding celebration? Home weddings in Seattle are as popular as ever and such location/venue might just be perfect for what you thinking as you plan your wedding day.