As a photographer working in Seattle, you want to take on projects that will do justice to your work to make sure that your photographs are stunning enough to attract more potential customers. By being the photographer for outdoor parties in Seattle, you have the beauty of nature to add to your already stunning photos. Following is a list of the five most photogenic places to host outdoor parties in Seattle:
Just an hour away by ferry from Seattle, Froggsong Gardens consists of 16 acres of landscape that resembles something out of a fairy tale.
The garden is filled with an enormous variety of blossoming, colorful spring flowers like classic Dutch tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, French tulips, lilies and crocuses. These, together with the perfectly manicured, green sloping lawns next to the recirculating stream is an ideal setting for any outdoor event. Truly an absolutely stunning place where the extent of your photographic creativity will come across in your photographs.
Just some of the features of Bloedel Reserve that makes it an ideal place to show off your photographic experience, include dense woodland trails, soothing, tinkling water features, large gardens and sweeping landscapes. The unimpeded views of Puget Sound, an enormous array of perennial shrubs and trees indigenous to the area, gives one the feeling of being in a magical woodland garden. Bloedel Reserve has an abundance of magnolias, primroses, azaleas and rhodendrons all over the 150-acre property, making it the ideal backdrop for the most spectacular of photographs.
Heronswood Gardens, a botanical garden situated in Kingston, was founded in 1987 and is famous for its huge collection of flowers from all over the globe. Home to more than 8000 different species of plants, the garden is a photographer’s dream. The perfectly groomed garden consists of eight garden beds each planted with a variety of flowers, trees and shrubs. With the fragrance of irises, peonies, dogwood, blue poppies and lady slipper orchids, among others filling the air, Heronswood Gardens is definitely high on the list of the best places to host outdoor parties in Seattle.
Volunteer Park Conservatory
Volunteer Park Conservatory, built way back in 1912 by the Olmstead brothers, is situated in Volunteer Park in Capitol Hill and offers a beautiful, intimate setting for an outdoor garden party. Inspired by the Crystal Palace in London, Volunteer Park Conservatory consists of a Victorian-style greenhouse, home to an enormous collection of palms, ferns, cacti and bromeliads. Being an intimate garden setting, Volunteer Park Conservatory is perfect not only for outdoor parties, but ab ideal place too, for couples to tie the knot.
Brim-full of history, the 4,5 acres that make up Kubota Gardens, situated in the center of South Seattle, is an exquisite landscape setting for hosting outdoor events. Designed in 1927 by landscaper Fujitora Kubota, the tranquil garden very soon became the cultural keystone for the Japanese community in the area.
This beautiful, historical landmark contains meandering streams, ponds, waterfalls and stone outcroppings and provides a peaceful haven for the vibrant and lively neighborhood. The famous “Heart Bridge” in Kubota Garden forms the perfect backdrop for photographs.