Looking for a perfect spot for your engagement photos in Seattle? We are sooo lucky to live in such a beautiful city! But it can make it totally overwhelming to pick a great spot for your photos.
Here are 5 perfect engagement photo locations in Seattle to get you started!
1. Golden Gardens Beach Park
Golden Gardens is a perfect option for those looking for a wonderful sandy beach right in the city! It’s such a popular spot for watching a beautiful sunset and perfect for a summer evening. If you’re looking to to ditch the crowds sunrise is another great option. It’s quiet, beautiful, and serene first thing in the morning!
See Charle’s and Christopher’s Golden Gardens Beach Park Engagement Session gallery!
2. Alki Beach
Looking to have a view of the Seattle skyline in your engagement photos? Alki Beach may be the perfect spot for you! Head over to West Seattle and watch the sun setting onto the seattle skyline, the buildings light up and are the perfect way to end an evening.
See Ashley & Matt’s Alki Beach Engagement Session gallery!
3. Seward Park
My favorite thing about Seward park is all the different options in one spot! You’ve got grass, trees, trails, the lake and even a view of Mt. Rainier on a clear day. It’s a great option for couples who like to walk around and get a variety of views in their photos.
I’m a total nature lover, it’s my jam! BUT if you’re looking for a great industrial spot Georgetown is the way to go!! There is a multitude of brick walls to chose from, fun streets, and if you’re feeling wild there is even a trailer park market. Georgetown is a great pick if you’re looking for something class, and a fun night on the town.
See Sarah & Ryan’s Georgetown Engagement Session Gallery
5. Washington Park Arboretum
Washington Park Arboretum is an amazingggg option if you’re looking for somewhere pretty year round! In the winter the Arboretum still has plenty of greenery, in the spring everything goes into bloom, the summer is just all around wonderful not to mention Cherry Blossom season, and in the Fall everything is golden. You really can’t go wrong with this spot. If you’re feeling adventurous you can even rent a boat from UW and take a canoeing trip around the lake.