Treehouse Point Wedding in Winter | Michelle + Jorge
Michelle and Jorge traveled all the way from New Orleans to have a Treehouse Point wedding in winter. They wanted to elope someplace beautiful and the Pacific Northwest won their hearts. This treehouse wedding venue is nothing short of a wonderland. In the words of Here Comes The Guide, “It’s a magical wonderland that will unleash your inner child, nature lover, and romantic all at once.” I cannot say enough nice things about Michelle and Jorge and their special day. We kept joking throughout the day how Michelle was going to put me in her wedding dress’s pocket and take me back to New Orleans with them.
What is Treehouse Point like in Winter?
During December, Treehouse Point decks their halls in holiday decorations. Its rooms smell of cedar and mulled wine. I have never experienced a wedding venue as cozy and fit for the holidays as this one. If I was missing any Christmas spirit whatsoever, spending the day at Michelle and Jorge’s intimate wedding and dinner party reception was all I needed. If I could always be a Treehouse Point wedding photographer, I would be! BELIEVE ME! I am totally head over heels in love with this wedding venue! Everything is so charming from their assortment of treehouses to their little, cedar-walled reception hall beside the pond. I would be lying if I said this venue hasn’t been on my bucket list for years.
Wedding Reception at Treehouse Point
After their ceremony, we moved into the Pond Room for a plated style dining experience. The table decor was mindbogglingly stunning from the chairs to the florals. Melted chocolate and cider were pouring and the air smelled of the holiday season. It was the perfect cozy winter cabin setting to share a meal with their closest family and friends.