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        Best wedding venues in Washington State

        Living around here means that there are so many options and it’s hard to pick the best wedding venues in Seattle and all of the Evergreen state. When you are based around cities that are between the mountains and the sea, there a little bit of all of those together. And if you want to go a little further, I have a few other options that are for awesome PNW wedding venues that will be exactly what you’re looking for. If you’re looking for a big party, a micro-wedding or an elopement, there are options for everyone.

        These are some of my favorite wedding venues in the area, but I also have a complete list of venues in Seattle.

        couple walks down aisle westland distillery wedding seattle venues

        Seattle wedding venues

        Westland | $$$ | Up to 150 guests | – Do you like good whiskey, bright open spaces, exposed wood and more good whiskey. This is a great spot for a bigger celebration.

        Within Sodo | $ | Up to 200 guests |- Rooftop summer joy. I don’t need to say anything else. Oh yea, and you can see the skyline. It’s awesome.

        Fremont Foundry | $$$$ | Up to 225 guests |- Urban cool. You will get street cred just by visiting the website.

        Great Hall at Green Lake | $ | Up to 300 guests |- If you want a blank slate in the middle of a great neighborhood to build your day, this is the one. It’s also pretty big.

        The 101 | $$$$ | Up to 200 guests | – One of the new venues in downtown Seattle. It’s freaking beautiful

        Bride and bridesmaids walk together in the woods before backyard elopement

        Eastside wedding venues (Bellevue, Redmond, and the Cascades)

        Novelty Hill – Januik Winery | $$$ | Up to 175 guests |- Modern look with good wine. How can you go wrong? Also, I just love the shadows there.

        Chateau Lil | $$ | Up to 400 guests |- You can feel like you’re in Bordeaux without ever leaving Snohomish. Complete with a weeping willow and reflection pond

        Swiftwater Cellars | $$ | Up to 250 guests | – Wide open spaces under the pines of Central Washington. Make it a weekend!

        Salish Lodge and Spa | $$ | Up to 115 guests |- The most iconic spot in the PNW with the Snoqualmie Falls wedding venue. Make your own Twin Peaks memories in the Cascades.

        Couple stands together in garden at sunset at Pine Creek Nursery Wedding

        Snohomish County Wedding venues

        Bella Luna Farms – | $$ | Up to 100 guests |A mystical fairyland that just feels like you’re living inside a dewdrop.

        Pine Creek Nursery | $$ | Up to 150 guests indoors, 250 outdoors |- Open and bright space to celebrate all that a PNW summer has to offer. Also, they have a fantastic staff who really make this place shine.

        Dairyland | $$ | Up to 250 guests |- Though the thought of using an old milk barn for a wedding venue might sound odd, this is one of the most versatile and brightest venues around. It’s a canvas that you can make your own.

        Rosehill Community Center | $ | Up to 250 guests |- You might have to plan a little in advance for the center, but the views of the North Sound from Mukilteo at sunset from the deck of the center make it all worthwhile.

        Crocket Farm | $$ | Up to 150 guests | – The windswept plains of western Whidbey Island are the perfect spots for your day well away from it all.

        bride and groom together at golden gardens park wedding

        South Sound wedding venues

        Chambers Bay | $ | Up to 250 guests |- Enjoy the view as the sun sets over the world-class golf course and all the islands of the South Sound.

        Kelly Farm | $$ | Up to 300 guests |- It’s the perfect spot for a rustic celebration below a ceiling of lights.

        Canterwood Golf Course | $ | Up to 200 guests |- Enjoy Gig Harbor’s finest.

        Historic 1625 Tacoma Place | $$ | Up to 350 guests | – I think the name says it all. It is all that you could hope from a historic Tacoma spot

        Bride and groom walk through sunset at Swiftwater Cellars wedding in Suncadia, WA

        Eastern Washington and Spokane Wedding Venues

        Brown Family Homestead | $$ | Up to 150 guests | – Tucked away but so close to Leavenworth. Perfect for a mountain breeze and rustic getting ready spots.

        Cave B | $$ | Up to 250 guests | – Overlooking the Columbia River where the natural beauty sits just beyond the classic vineyard feel for the day.

        Arbor Crest Winery | $$$ | Up to 250 guests| – Sitting atop a cliff, looking back to the West, you won’t find a more idyllic view than an Arbor Crest Winter wedding.

        bride's dress flies in the wind Bellingham Ferry Terminal Wedding

        Affordable wedding venues

        Pickering Barn | $ | Up to 350 guests |- This publically owned barn is perfect to celebrate the night away but be only 10 minutes from downtown Bellevue!

        Golden Gardens Boathouse | $ | Up to 150 guests | – You can’t beat the view of the Olympics from Golden Gardens, so why not have that as your backdrop? 

        Oddfellows | $ | Up to 150 guests | – A destination wedding on a budget! Everyone enjoy Eastsound and Orcas Island before celebrating you in this intimate space on island time.

        Bellingham Ferry Terminal | $ | Up to 175 guests |- Enjoy your ceremony under the rotunda of glass looking into Bellingham Bay and then hop a ferry to Alaska for your honeymoon! It’s one of the most unique Bellingham wedding venues you can find in Whatcom County.

        Couple stands together in sunset at Crocket Farm wedding

        Unique wedding venues in WA

        Treehouse Point | $$$ | Up to 40 guests |- With how many trees we have in the PNW, you’d think we’d have more treehouses. Though we might be short on them, these beauties don’t skimp on the beauty!

        MV Skansonia | $$ | Up to 150 guests | – You can get married on a ferry boat without having to get off in 20 minutes when it docks. Enjoy the night with the most unobstructed view of Lake Union because you’re literally on Lake Union.

        Pricing guide (all based on venue’s starting package):
        $ – Under $2500
        $$ – $2500-6000
        $$$ – $6000-15,000
        $$$$ – $15,000

        This is just a few. There are so many wonderful places here in the PNW to get hitched (See complete list of venues in Seattle). And don’t hesitate to ask me any questions. I’ve been to a lot of places and would love to help you find the right spot (and then make more awesome photos of your celebration). And don’t forget, I offer free engagements to all weddings.