What else can we say but that we LOVE this venue! If you are looking to embrace the full magic of the PNW and have a one of a kind wedding experience, look no further than Treehouse Point, a forested wonderland.
Treehouse Point is a fairytale wedding venue tucked away in the small mountain town of Issaquah. Located in a valley between the Sammamish Plateau, and the Highlands, also known as the “Issaquah Alps”. It is your classic, gorgeous mountain town, surrounded by Squak Mountain, Cougar Mountain, Tiger Mountain and so many more.
Easily accessible to Snoqualmie pass, and all the surrounding hiking trails, it is the perfect, adventurous mountain town for you and your guests to enjoy during your wedding or elopement weekend. Downtown Issaquah is home to many fun restaurants and breweries, including some of my favorites like Rogue Brewing, and Vino Bella Wine Bar, home to many local wines.
While Issaquah plays host to many beautiful and fun attractions, I guarantee that if you are having your wedding at Treehouse Point, you won’t want to leave all weekend. Designed by Nelson Treehouse and Supply, famous for the show Treehouse Masters, the venue features 7 unique treehouses, and a lodge with a suite upstairs.
You get the venue for 22 hours, giving you time to relax and enjoy your surroundings. The venue owners pride themselves on giving you a unique, one of a kind experience, and also strive to make your wedding planning process seamless and stress-free. They treat you like family the moment you walk through their doors, and they strive to meet every one of your needs.
Each Treehouse is unique and different in it’s own way. Some are studio style, and some have loft features, with living room setups downstairs and a ladder leading up t0 the bed. Choosing the perfect treehouse for you is going to be a challenge! We have our favorite features of each but every one of them reaches perfection in it’s own unique way.
The Bonbibi has a beautiful, spiraling, wood staircase leading up to it’s entrance, way up in the treetops. While the Burl is accessible by a long, wooden walking bridge, and features a loft setup with a patio to sip your coffee and listen to the chirping birds. And then a fan favorite, especially for photos, is the Trilium. It has a long winding staircase up to the top and has floor to ceiling windows, leaving you fully immersed in the nature around you.
There are a few options for ceremonies at Treehouse Point. The lawn is great for a larger size wedding, but keep in mind that this venue is perfect for intimate weddings and elopement. 50 people and up can get a little tight. Another ceremony option is inside the reception lodge, a great alternative if it’s raining. There are excellent vendors in the surrounding area. Issaquah has a lot of wedding venues, being in such a gorgeous mountain town, so a lot of vendors have set up shop here. Reach out to Down to Earth Florals for the most gorgeous, unique bouquets, or maybe Irish Rose Bakery for your wedding cake!
Just imagine it: Waking up the morning of your intimate wedding or elopement with the birds chirping around you, the sun streaming gently into your treehouse, or the soft rain dewing up your windows, completely immersed in nature. Relaxed and ready for the first day of the rest of your lives. Doesn’t that sound like the most peaceful and perfect way to begin your wedding day?! Well that is exactly what you’re going to get with Treehouse Point.
Can’t wait to see for yourself?! Check out their website and book an appointment for a tour! You won’t believe your eyes!
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