North Fork Farm Events is a wedding venue in Snoqualmie, WA set against the picturesque backdrop of Mount Si. Living in the PNW, is there anything more you could ask of a wedding venue than a grand landscape set against the backdrop of the mountains?
Growing up in the PNW, Snoqualmie was one of my favorite places to visit as a child. Snoqualmie is known for its small-town charm, modern living, and outdoor beauty. It’s a peaceful place to visit, but an even more remarkable location to host your wedding! North Fork Farm, in particular, is a lovely outdoor venue dripping with rustic charm and all the scenery. It’s located just three miles from Snoqualmie Falls and Salish Lodge. It’s a “hidden gem” wedding venue, and it has so much land, ten full acres to be exact!
Bonus: This was the selected wedding venue for Netflix’s Love is Blind Season 4!
Having a wedding venue with such a vast landscape is amazing for creating unforgettable wedding photos. It allows me to work with my couples to shoot their first look in one location & their portraits in several other locations. Each with a different but equally unique and beautiful backdrop. All in all, creating a cohesive collection of wedding day photos that contain all the beauty & splendor of the PNW. Alexis and Glen opted for an outdoor wedding ceremony. With the backdrop of Mount Si behind them, their guests looked on at the beautiful moment they were joined as one.
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Their wedding took place in the fall when the seasonal colors came out to play! The focus in designing Alexis and Glen’s wedding was to lean into the tones of the season. Using rich colors to enhance the natural beauty of the wedding venue. The wedding party wore dresses in shades of rust with pink undertones and paired them with shoes in natural tones. Rich, deeply shaded floral bouquets & boutonnieres were created for the couple and their wedding party.
Aside from spending the day at this gorgeous wedding venue, there were two standout moments that I absolutely adored! The first was the inclusive bouquet toss! The bride tossed the bouquet over her shoulders to a group of eagerly waiting wedding guests, of all genders. The last moment was the toast during their reception. As the sun was setting in the distance behind them, members of the wedding party urged everyone to raise their glasses to Alexis and Glen. There was one last glimpse of Mount Si before the sun set over the horizon and the festivities of the evening began!
If you’re searching for an unforgettable wedding venue in Snoqualmie, scroll through the photos below to see more of North Fork Farm!
All photos below were taken while second shooting for Alexandra Knight Photography.