Intimate Wedding at Volunteer Park Conservatory

Elizabeth and Byron marry at the Volunteer Park Conservatory

Small, intimate affairs seem to be squeezing their way back into the wedding world and we're loving it. They're personal, cozy and leave room for uniqueness. That's exactly what this couple thought when they shifted gears from hosting a large, elaborate wedding to a smaller one with only their closest friends and family. The couple let the natural backdrop of the Volunteer Park Conservatory speak for itself, which was mirrored in the earth-tone bouquets arranged by a bridesmaid.  The unique touches of this small affair, captured by Carina Skrobecki Photography truly stand out. Our favorites? The bride's slightly lavender Luly Yang wedding dress and the custom painted crest.


From Carina Skrobecki:

"Elizabeth & Byron knew what was important to them from the get-go. They changed plans from having a large, elaborate wedding, to a small intimate one with their closest friends and family. It was clear from our initial meeting that these two were the epitome of not only two people totally head over heels in love, but my ideal clients. They were married inside the Volunteer Park Conservatory, and let most of the natural surroundings do most of the work for decor. She wore a slightly-lilac, architectural Luly Yang gown and he looked sharp in an all black suit — bridesmaids were adorned in a cream & blush with earth-toned bouquets. The group moved onto TASTE at the Seattle Art Museum with an evening filled with dinner, drinks & great company."

Reception Location, Catering, Cake + Dessert
Wedding Dress
Custom Painted Crest
Bride's Ring