The Best Lavender Fields to Get Married – Seattle, Washington Wedding & Elopement Photographer

You might be engaged or planning on being engaged soon. A great place to start when planning your wedding or elopement is choosing a location. Lavender fields are a gorgeous and romantic outdoor location for weddings and elopements.

Are Lavender Fields Good for Both Large and Small Weddings?

Lavender Farms themselves can range in size. From rolling fields to smaller gardens. And most of these Farms are fully functioning farms. Because of this, most lavender farms that do host private events accommodate smaller weddings and elopements. Overall, Lavender fields and farms are a great place for intimate weddings, elopements, micro-weddings, ceremonies, engagement photos and anniversaries. Each farm is unique and I recommend checking out the different Washington lavender farms through the links provided in this blog. Then contact the venues that catch your eye for more information.

When is Lavender in Bloom?

The best time to visit the Lavender fields in Washington is in Summer. You can start to see the lavender flowers in June. Further the plant is in full bloom and beautiful purple colors by mid July. Also, Lavender flowers are harvested usually at the end of August. Finally, every year is a little different. The best way to know for sure is to call the farm and ask. 

What is Lavender?

This beautiful purple flower is a part of the mint family. Lavender fills many beautiful landscapes around the world and you can see many shades of lavender. Also, for many years the lavender plant has been used in food, medicines, soaps, lotions and essential oils. Some of my favorite lavender flavored foods are lavender lattes, lavender lemonade (add rosemary if you’re feeling fancy) and ice-cream. Yum!

Also, Lavender is a shallow rooted herb and has fragile roots. So, be careful when visiting lavender fields and farms. Remember to be aware and not step on the flowers or roots.

Here is something I found very interesting. Lavender plants are made up of many lavender flowers. These many flowers create the beautiful look and color of the lavender plant.

Feel free to do more research if you’d like. I always love to start with Wikipedia. 

Can You Eat Lavender? Does Lavender Taste Good?

You can definitely eat lavender. Lavender is one of those flavors that you either love or hate. For example, my mother and sister hate the flavor of lavender. They say it tastes like soap. I, on the other hand, really enjoy the taste of lavender.

Steps to Plan Your Lavender Field Wedding or Elopement

  1. Ask yourself if you’d like to get married in a lavender field. Decide that you’re having your Wedding or Elopement in lavender.
  2. Then, look through the list of locations and decide which lavender fields are your top favorites. I recommend visiting their websites and Instagrams to see what they look like and what they’re all about.
  3. Now that you have your eye on a few locations. Reach out to the venues to request further pricing and details.
  4. Next, hop on a phone call or in person meeting to ask questions. If you can, set up a venue walk through in person or online.
  5. After that, choose a date. Keep in mind that lavender in Washington usually blooms within June-August.
  6. Sixth, sign a contract, make your deposit and book  your date.
  7. Now you’re ready to book your wedding photographer. Reach out to me for your Wedding or Elopement photography 

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The Best Lavender Fields in Washington for Elopements and Weddings

Here is a list of the best lavender fields in Washington to get married at.

  • Woodinville Lavender *


Address: 14223 Redmond – Woodinville Rd NE, Redmond, WA

  • Purple Haze Organic Lavender Farm *


Address: 180 Bell Bottom Rd, Squuim, Wa 98392

  • B&B Family Farm *


Address: 5883 Old Olympic Highway Sequim, WA 98382

  • Lavender Hill Farm *


Address: Vashon, WA

  • Arlington Lavender Farm *


Address: 20129 Tveit Rd. Arlington, WA 98223 WA 

  • Trinity Gardens Lavender Farm *


Address: 20530 Road 5 SW, Quincy, WA 98848

  • Lavender Manor Weddings & Events *


Address: 5552 S. Wallbridge Rd. Deer Park, WA 99006

  • The Lavender Connection  *


Address: 1141 Cays Rd, Squeim, WA 98382

The Lavender Connection does allow small ceremonies during business hours. They do not open for private events.

Other Lavender Fields to Visit in Washington

Sequim Washington is most popular for their lavender fields and their yearly Lavender festival. But there are many beautiful lavender fields in Washington. Here is a list of other lavender fields you can visit in Washington.

  • Pelindaba Lavender Farm & Gatehouse Farm Store


Address:  45 Hawthorne Ln Friday Harbor, WA 98250

  • Victor’s Rain Shadow Lavender 


Address: 1410 Kitchen-Dick Rd, Sequim, WA 98382

  • Jardin Du Soleil Lavender 


Address: 3932 Sequim-Dungeness Way Sequim, WA 98382

  • Martha Lane Lavender 

Website: & 

Address: 371 Martha Ln, Sequim, WA 98382

  • In Bloom Lavender Farms (Also known as Olympic Lavender )

Website: & 

Address: 1526 Marine Dr, Sequim, WA 98382

  • Fleurish Lavender of Lost Mountain 


Address: 1541 Taylor Cutoff Road Sequim, WA 98382 

  • Cedarbrook Lavender Farm 


Address: 120 West Washington Street, Sequim, WA 98382

  • Washington Lavender Farm 


Address: 965 Finn Hall Road, Port Angeles, Washington 98362

No longer hosts weddings. Focussing on B&B guests.

  • Lavender Valley Farm 


Address: 21714 251st Ave SE, Maple Valley, WA 98038

  • Snofalls Lavender Farm

Website: N/A

Address: 4725 361st Ave SE, Fall City, WA 98024

  • Purple Scent Lavender Farm


Address: 5400 Chico Way NW, Bremerton, WA 98312

  • Evergreen Valley Lavender Farm


Address: 9733 Evergreen Valley Rd, Olympia, WA 98513

  • Castle Rock lavender 


Address: 865 ph 10, castle rock, WA 98611, US

  • Willapa Valley Lavender Farm 


Address: 10 Martin Lane, Raymond, Washington 98577

  • Misty Valley Farm 


Address: 8328 Carnation-Duvall Rd NE, Carnation, WA 98014

For more information on the famous Sequim Lavender Festival please visit their website 

Link to Sequim Lavender Experience

Link to the Sequim lavender experience instagram

Wikipedia link for more information on the lavender plant

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Meet the best Elopement and Wedding Photographer based in Washington. Aka, me (Rachel Syrisko). Don’t worry about feeling awkward or finding the perfect spot. Leave the scouting and direction up to me—you just bring your love and a smile. 

Yep, I’m the photographer who is not afraid to put on hiking boots to scout out the spot up in the mountains that isn’t already documented on Instagram. I’m the one who makes you cry in the middle of Costco when I send your photo gallery. I’m the one you text random wedding questions to because you KNOW I actually want to (and will) answer.

I will travel anywhere to bring your love into the perfect light.

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