Fall elopements are my JAM, especiallyyyy here in the PNW where the trees somehow become more beautiful than usual!! Just give me an epic spot in the woods, a color palette full of rich fall tones, and a madly in love couple and I will be a HAPPY gal. So of course I am literally obsessed with Andrea & Ricky’s fall elopement at TreeHouse Point – yes, you heard that venue name right: TreeHouse Point!! I’ll let you take a guess at why it was named that, but you’ll find out soon enough when I show you a million pics & gush over how insanely amazing of a location it is 😉 This was such an incredible day from start to finish, can’t wait to finally show it off!
Andrea & Ricky’s Fall TreeHouse Point Elopement
The woodsy PNW elopement decor of my dreams
Ok ok before anything else, we haveee to take a few moments to appreciate the decor & details of this day. These two went full-send on the woodsy, PNW theme and I loved every minute of it!! Their decor used an elegant neutral color palette, mainly filled with white, shades of beige & gold, and black, with rich emerald green accents. I loooved the gold-foil invites with a gold-embossed deep green envelope – SO GORG. Andrea wore a variety of sparkly accessories, including a diamond-studded gold pearl bracelet, a pearl-studded veil, white sparkly boots, and a pair of delicate floral earrings. A queen from head to toe!! And Ricky wore a dark green suit with gold accessories that went perfectly with the woodsy theme + his angel of a bride.
Not only were their outfits and accessories actually perfection, but the decor for their ceremony and their evening dinner + bonfire were insane. At their ceremony in the trees, they had a large, super organic wooden arbor, a variety of beautiful wooden tables, an adorable little record player, and plenty of black, green, & gold galore. I’m obsessed with how simple their color palette was, yet it worked so perfectly with the scenery and nothing ever clashed at all!
Then later in the evening, their fam set up the most gorgeous table for a magical dinner under the trees. With string lights above them, Andrea, Ricky & their guests sat at a wood picnic table covered with a dark green runner, a stunning floral centerpiece, glowing candles, and matching sets of dishware with sparkly gold accents. Even their dessert table was beaming with fall tones (green branches, red fruits, white roses, you name it), plus there were little pumpkins and flowers everywhere! It was so sweet of their families to set this all up for them, I was so impressed by how it turned out.
A dreamy fall elopement at TreeHouse Point
NOW let’s get back to the beginning of the day so I can actually take you through it in order🤣Andrea and Ricky got ready in the trees – literally, in treehouses at TreeHouse Point, this INCREDIBLE venue in Issaquah. And it’s not janky treehouses like your parents built in your backyard – no, it’s a GORGEOUS treehouse resort with beautiful design, a lush PNW forest setting, cedar-lined bathhouses, heated indoor spaces, and even yoga classes. 10/10 recommend this venue if you’re looking for a woodsy elopement location in Washington, orrrr even if you just want an epic & super unique place to stay!
After they got ready, they had a sweet little first look & private vow exchange. Love when couples do this before their ceremony so they can have a few quiet moments together!! Then they headed to the stunning ceremony space, where there were a few chairs set up for their guests, along with all that gorgeous gold, green, & black decor I already raved about. It was such a lovely ceremony in the most amazing location right in the woods!
Riverside elopement portraits in Index
Of course we had to take advantage of this amazing area of Washington, with some portraits by the river in Index! They had an adorable picnic on the rocks, complete with a cozy blanket, flowers, champagne, and some tasty little snacks to enjoy before dinner. The lighting was so dreamy and Andrea and Ricky freaking killed it in front of the camera – seriously, how dreamy are these portraits?!
A cozy evening bonfire with family
And to end the night they celebrated back at a cozy cabin in Index, where their family had set up that beautiful area in the trees that I mentioned earlier. A dreamy tablescape under twinkle lights, a too-pretty-to-eat cake, fresh berries, and plenty of drinks – what more could you ask for?? Andrea and Ricky had a romantic first dance under the stars, and spent the rest of the evening snuggled up around a bonfire, enjoying this special time with their loved ones. Such a cute way to end an already-amazing day with your fave people!! LOVED this day from beginning to end and am sooo glad I got to be there for these two and their amazing fall TreeHouse Point elopement.
Want to have a woodsy elopement like Andrea & Ricky, but don’t know what all your options are? I gotchu – head over to my guide to the 5 Best Forest Elopement Locations in the Pacific Northwest.
Orrr want some more woodsy elopement inspo like this?? You should def check out Marina & Jack’s Dreamy Hoh Rain Forest Elopement!!