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, Tacoma, Spokane, 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 on the Palouse, a micro-wedding at a winery, or an elopement in Ellensburg, there are options for everyone.
Do know, if you’re considering a smaller elopement, I can help you with that too. No matter if you’re looking towards your own backyard, the Olympic Peninsula, Oregon Coast or the North Cascades, I can help.
These are some of my favorite wedding venues in the area, but I also have a complete list of venues in Seattle (list is sortable by neighborhood, price, seating and vibe).
Seattle wedding venues
Do you like good whiskey, bright open spaces, exposed wood and more good whiskey. This is a great spot for a bigger celebration.
Rooftop summer joy. I don’t need to say anything else. Oh yea, and you can see the skyline. It’s awesome.
$$$$ | Up to 225 guests | Available Year Round |Website
Urban cool. You will get street cred just by visiting the website.
Great Hall at Green Lake
$ | Up to 300 guests | Available Year Round | Website
If you want a blank slate in the middle of a great neighborhood to build your day, this is the one. It’s also pretty big.
$$$$ | Up to 200 guests |Best May – September | Website
One of the new venues in downtown Seattle. It’s freaking beautiful.
$ | Up to 200 guests | Available Year Round | Website | 855.856.1083
With an Art-Deco interior on the shores of Lake Union, this is the perfect space to make your intimate day. Though it can accommodate larger weddings, the intimate a-frame corridor has fewer seats and is best for just the ones closest to you.
Great Hall at Union Station
$$$$ | Up to 500 guests | Available Year Round |
Classic architecture, enormous space, and right in the heart of the city.
$$$ | Up to 100 guests |Best May – September | Website
On the north shore of Lake Union, this is the perfect spot to eat the best food (newly a part of Sea Creatures) and then literally sail off into the sunset.
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Eastside wedding venues (Bellevue, Redmond, and the Cascades)
Novelty Hill-Januik Winery
A beautifully chic yet natural modern winery. You’ll enjoy the sleek lines but still having all the classic luxury of a winery wedding in Woodenville.
Wide open spaces under the pines of Central Washington. Make it a weekend!
The most iconic spot in the PNW with the Snoqualmie Falls wedding venue. Make your own Twin Peaks memories in the Cascades.
The Woodmark Hotel
$$ | Up to 160 guests | Website | Best May – September
One of the most epic Bellevue wedding venues as it sits directly on the water, just south of Kirkland.
Snohomish County Wedding venues
Bella Luna Farms
$$ | Up to 100 guests | Best May – September |Website
A mystical fairyland that just feels like you’re living inside a dewdrop.
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.
The windswept plains of western Whidbey Island are the perfect spots for your day well away from it all.
South Sound wedding venues
$ | Up to 250 guests |Best May – September | Website
Enjoy the view as the sun sets over the world-class golf course and all the islands of the South Sound.
$$ | Up to 300 guests |Best May – September |website
It’s the perfect spot for a rustic celebration below a ceiling of lights.
Canterwood Golf Course
$ | Up to 200 guests | Best May – September | Website
Enjoy Gig Harbor’s finest.
Historic 1625 Tacoma Place
$$ | Up to 350 guests | Available Year Round|website
I think the name says it all. It is all that you could hope from a historic Tacoma spot
Eastern Washington and Spokane Wedding Venues
$$ | Up to 250 guests |Best May – September | Website
Overlooking the Columbia River where the natural beauty sits just beyond the classic vineyard feel for the day.
Arbor Crest Winery
$$$ | Up to 250 guests| Best May – September | website
Sitting atop a cliff, looking back to the West, you won’t find a more idyllic view than an Arbor Crest Winter wedding.
Unique wedding venues in WA
$$ | Up to 80 guests | Available May-October | Website
The owners started Treehouse Point with the dream of bringing together a passion for a bed and breakfast with treehouse. Some of the treehouses were featured in the show Treehouse Masters and now it’s a beautiful space for intimate weddings or weekends away.
Note, visitation of Treehouse Point of any kind is by reservation only. When there aren’t weddings, folks are staying in the treehouses and want privacy. So be sure to plan ahead.
$$ | Up to 150 guests | Best May – October | Website
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.
Robin Hood Village
$ | Up to 100 guests |Best May – September | Skip and Suzy blog post |
Tucked away on the hood canal, near Belfair, Washington, Robin Hood Village is a wonderful spot for a personal wedding. Though most folks go for the nearby Alterbook resort, this personal spot is just what you need when bringing people together in the outdoors for your elopement is the priority.
Outdoor wedding venues Washington state
Though Washington state is well known for the rain, the fact is that the sun comes out too. And when it does, there are few places more beautiful. So, if you’re set on enjoying the summer sun, here are some of the best outdoor wedding venues around.
$$ | Up to 175 guests | Available May-October | Website | 360.203.5509
Located just 20 minutes north of Bellingham, Evergreen Gardens is an outdoor paradise. You are truly in the middle of the peace of the PNW woods, but still have all the amenities needed to really party your way through a wedding. Note, there isn’t an indoor ceremony space.
$$ | Up to 300 guests | Available May-October | Website | 509.540.0000
Bellaflora Farms is located in the middle of the woods and the lush landscape that Walla Wall offers. It’s full of the fragrance of summer flowers and has all the amenities you need for a SE Washington wedding.
Note, this venue is closed on Sundays.
Brown Family Homestead
$$ | Up to 150 guests | Available May-October | Website | 509.679.4785
This outdoor venue sits amid the Cascades, only a few minutes from Leavenworth or Lake Wenatchee at the base of Dirty Face Mountain. There is an amphitheater for the ceremony and you can even rent the old homestead for the complete experience. Also, the staff is truly wonderful people.
Crystal Mountain Resort
$$ | Up to 200 guests | Available June-September | Website
Have you dreamed of getting married on top of a mountain while looking at another mountain? I mean, who hasn’t? Take the gondola to the top of Crystal Mountain for a wedding with unparalleled views (skis not required).
Fort Warden State Park
$ | Up to 1000 guests | Available Yearround | Website
Get married at the state park. Whether you choose to use the chapel or have a ceremony somewhere on the park grounds, there are options for everyone. The park includes 100 historic structures and enough places to document your day.
$$ | Up to 300 guests | Best May-October | Website | 509.589.0097
Just a little off HIghway 2 in Pond Orelle, this spot is a gem of NE Washington State. Whether you choose to have the ceremony in the middle of the Pine Foreset or under the gazebo, It’s just for you.
Olympic Sculpture Garden
$$ | Up to 160 guests | Best May-October | Website
Modern sculptures, beautiful views, epic sunsets falling into the Olympics across Elliott Bay, modern lines, and fantastic catering; you really can’t go wrong with a wedding at the Olympic Sculpture Park at the north end of Seattle’s downtown waterfront. This 9-acre garden that is nestled between Mertyl Edward’s park and Belltown is a sophisticated spot to celebrate your nuptials.
Point Defiance Rose Garden
$ | Up to 100 guests | Available June 1 – Sept 30 | Website
With more than an acre of rose gardens (some dating back to 1895), the site is picturesque (and obviously smells great too). It includes chairs and is right in the heart of the beautiful Point Defiance Park!
Note, Due to COVID-19, the Point Defiance Rose Garden Lawn is not taking reservations until the pandemic is over.
Sole Repair Shop
An intimate space in the middle of Capitol Hill with in=house catering and built-in bar. They’re a one-stop shop for all you need to celebrate!
Tin Roof Barn
Set beneath a 100-year-old barn in the White Salmon River Valley, the chandeliers make it be perfectly rustic and yet classy. You’ll have views of apple orchards and the outdoor ceremony spot even can see Mt. Adams.
For smaller weddings or elopements, they also have an all-inclusive package for a 3-hour coverage.
Twin Willow Gardens
Enchanting gardens in Snohomish that is the perfect balance of outdoor romanticism with the amenities you’ll need. Have your ceremony under bows of a fir forrest and then celebrate the night away.
Inexpensive wedding venues in Washington state
These are some great cheaper wedding venue options in Washington State.
Bellingham Ferry Terminal
$ | Up to 175 guests |website
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.
Events on 6th
This former gothic church in the heart of Tacoma is the perfect balance of history and when connected to the med-century reception hall will truly have exactly what you need.
$$ | Up to 220 guests | Available Year Round | Website | 206.414.8325
Just up from the troll, the Fremont Abbey is a wonderful space to make your wedding day your own. When you rented the space, the whole building is yours. So, whether it’s the vaulted ceilings of upstairs, the moody reception hall or the kitchen, it’s yours. Then just walk down the hill for an after party in the city!
Golden Gardens Boathouse
You can’t beat the view of the Olympics from Golden Gardens, so why not have that as your backdrop?
Oddfellows Hall at Eastsound
$ | Up to 150 guests | Website
A destination wedding on a budget! Everyone enjoy Eastsound and Orcas Island before celebrating you in this intimate space on island time.
$ | Up to 150 guests | Best May-October | Website
Have your wedding on a certified organic farm on Orcas Island with gardens that go on forever. Your guests can explore the pathways with a reception in the barn or under their tent. You can even choose to have the space for a day or for the whole weekend!
Rainier Chapter House
$ | Up to 160 guests | Available Year Round | Website | 206.323.0600
Built in 1925, a beautiful upstairs chapel just a few blocks from Broadway in Capitol Hill. It’s a wonderful spots for the ceremony, dinner and dancing. Also, don’t let guests get away without the fun wallpapers and enough space to enjoy cocktails.
With a historic ballroom, beautiful wedding and reception rooms and the space for your wedding day, this is a wonderful spot in the heart of Spokane. It’s turn of the century beauty was modeled after English private clubs and even has a convenient hotel inside as well.
$ | Up to 1000+ guests | Best Year Round | Website
The options are endless with all that Washington State has to offer. Whether you’re looking for a Puget Sound waterfront, the beauty of the San Juan Islands, cliffs of Eastern Washington, snow or anything in between, the Washington State Park system has so many options.
Note, Due to COVID-19, the Washington State Parks are not taking reservations until the pandemic is over. Small elopements without reservation are subject to current Washington State COVID restrictions, depending on the county.
The ESB (at Chambers Bay)
$ | Up to 300 guests | Best Year Round | Website | 253.780.4141
A modern and flexible building just a few minutes away from the waterfront at Chambers Bay and the golf course. It has all you need for a day with a view of the South Sound.
Small wedding venues Washington state
If you’re looking for a smaller wedding or elopement, you can have your party.
$$ | Up to 100 guests | Available Year Round | Website
The world renown restaurant is a wonderful spot for an intimate wedding. With options for a couple, small groups or medium sized weddings, you can invite everyone to the service, quality and intimacy that Canlis is known for.
The Griffin House on the Columbia River Gorge
With multiple ceremony locations on the 1.75 acre site, this spot overlooking the Columbia River Gorge is truly breathtaking (technically in Oregon, but just over the river. Settle in with the ones closest with provided seats, games and just enjoy the evening together. They have a getting-ready house for 20 and even sleeps 8! Rentals also come with all furniture, ranging from chairs to lawn games.
Lime Kiln Point State Park Lighthouse
$ | Up to 20 guests | Best May-October | Website
You can get married at a lighthouse and maybe see some whales swimming by. I can’t think of anything more epic for an elopement.
$ | Up to 70 guests | Available Year Round | Website
This historic mansion in Seattle is the perfect spot for intimate weddings. Whether the tudor revival architecture or prime location in Seattle’s First Hill, this 1901 mansion is perfect for your intimate celebration.
The Micro Venue
$$ | Up to 15 guests | Available Year Round | Website | email@example.com
There might not be a more aptly named venue in the world. If you’re having a micro-wedding, there is little better than this intimate space for your elopement.
The River House
With the back porch overlooking the Skykomish River and directly under Mt. Index, the River House is a perfect intimate space in the quaint town of Index. You will find your wedding right in the gateway to the mountains while still having all the amenities you need.
$$ | Up to 150 guests | Available Year Round | Website | 206.285.7846
This opulent and eclectic venue in the Lower Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle. It might not look like much from outside, but as soon as you walk through the door, you’ll be welcomed into a space where every room celebrates something else and is beautifully strange in its own way. Has multiple rooms with options for small to medium sized weddings and elopements.
Barn wedding venues in Washington state
Embrace your rustic vibe and let’s blast the music for your party!
$$ | Up to 150 guests indoors, 300 outdoors | Best May-September | Website | 360.568.2601
Beautifully rustic venue in Snohomish. Has many options for where to have the ceremony, and enjoy the evening.
$$ | Up to 250 guests | Best May-October | Website | 425.367.8827
One of the most unique barn venues in the area. It is a converted dairy, but in that, it’s been whitewashed to a clean and beautiful look. It’s a wonderful rustic feel, but also is a blank canvas to create your day on.
A wonderful setting just outside Sequim. While most of Washington is worried about the weather, enjoy a celebration in the rain shadow and amidst the beauty of the Olympic Peninsula.
$ | Up to 300 guests | Best May-October | Website | 253.826.5018
A versatile space just between Puyallup and Bonney Lake. Kelly Farm weddings is a great venue to enjoy the natural homespun space with touches of modernity. One feature your photographer will love playing with is that the ceiling of the barn is covered in lights.
You’ll fall in love with the a Maplehurst Farm wedding as soon as you enter the tree lined driveway at the entrance. Then you’ll see the views of Mt. Baker, rustic touches, and a barn that has a great indoor/outdoor feel.
New Community Church at Olson Mansion
Really, the Olson Mansion property is three venues in one for your wedding. There is the mansion, the barn and the gathering space. The mansion is a beautifully restored space for getting ready. The downstairs is beautiful with rich wood trim. The gathering space is a modern building, overlooking the retired golf course land that is below. The barn is massive and a perfect spot to dance the night away.
The Pickering Barn is in the heart of Issaquah for a reasonable price. It is no wonder this spot is so popular. It’s beautifully large and can house everyone you want to celebrate.
Rein Fire Ranch
Nestled in the heart of the Sugarloaf Mountain Valley, the Rein Fire Ranch is a wonderful wedding venue with easy indoor and outdoor options.
$ | Up to 400 guests | Available May-September | Website | firstname.lastname@example.org
With the classic red barn as a backdrop, Stocker Farm weddings are perfectly classic rustic Snohomish. You will have all the space you could dream of to watch the sun set over the valley with hot air balloons above.
The Barn on Jackson
$$ | Up to 300 guests | Best May-October | Website | email@example.com | 360.269.2843
Just minutes from Chehalis, this barn is a wonderful Central Washington option. With high ceilings, hanging lights and manicured landscaping, it’s all you could hope for a homestyle wedding.
Trinity Tree Farm
It doesn’t get much more magical than getting married at a tree farm. In every direction are beautiful firs, but also Trinity Tree Farm has 2 wonderful wedding venues on site. Choose from the barn which is a modern rustic space with outdoor fireplaces or the lodge, a classy bright room with sweeping stairs looking out on the trees below.
Indoor wedding venues in Washington state
We so often wax poetic about summer sunsets, but there are so many beautiful indoor spaces to capture your day.
In the heart of the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle, this is a gem of a space. You enter into a small foyer, perfect for the bar, and then continue into a wonderfully wide ballroom with exposed beams and all the space you need for your 415 Westlake wedding.
AXIS Pioneer Square
$$ | Up to 250 guests | Available Year Round | Website | 206.681.9316
AXIS Pioneer Square weddings are perfect indoor options, just a few blocks from the heart of Pioneer Square in Seattle. The classic brick walls are a perfect backdrop for any celebration to keep in the main rooms or spill out into the back alley. It’s a nearly blank canvas for you to create on.
$ | Up to 160 guests | Available Year Round | Website | 360.378.0095
Just a few steps up from the Friday Harbor ferry on San Juan Island, Brickworks is a non profit own space that is the perfect center for your island wedding. The vaulted ceilings will keep everything bright and beautiful and you can always slip away in any direction for some wonderful sunset photos.
Chihuly Garden and Glass
There is nothing more Seattle than celebrating directly both the most famous glass artist and the most iconic building (the Space Needle is basically straight above). This open ballroom is bright, private fun.
Court in the Square
This is one of the most unique spots in the city. You can celebrate in an alley between buildings, but stay dry, warm and enjoy Pioneer Square.
$$ | Up to 225 guests | Available Year Round | Website | 206.588.6981
Between the dramatic atrium that is full of light, the rooftop terrace and all the space that the industrial beauty that Fremont can offer.
Mercer Island Beach Club
$$ | Up to 150 guests | Available Year Round | Website
With views of Lake Washington and Mt Rainier with all the facilities you’d need to enjoy. You can also literally sail off into the night.
This bright space is a wonderful and bright room. You can make it your own and also enjoy every little bit of wonder.
Olympic Rooftop Pavillion
With views of the Olympics, Cascades, Puget Sound and the Ballard waterway, this little gem sits well above the neighborhood, giving you a tasty and beautiful center to revel.
Riverside Place is a perfect spot for a downtown wedding in Spokane. It’s a turn of the century building with all the views and quick access from the Riverside Avenue Historic district to downtown itself.
Rosehill Community Center
$ | Up to 216 guests | Available Year Round | Website
With views overlooking the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal, the north Puget Sound and all the way off to the Olympic Mountains, there are few publicly owned spaces that are quite as epic as a Rosehill Community Center Wedding. It’s also very large, comes with the amenities you need and is just up the hill from the beach for some sunset photos.
$$$ | Up to 80 guests | Available Year Round | Website | 206.624.0414
At one point, the Smith Tower was the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. Though others have shot past it, there are few buildings that are as iconic, historic and beautiful. On any day, enjoy the views out the windows of the whole city, Puget Sound, Olympics, Mt. Rainier, and so much more.
Tacoma Art Museum
With elegance, a beautiful atrium and all the light you could hope for, the Tacoma Art Museum is a wonderful wedding venue for all seasons.
The Edgewater Hotel
The most iconic Seattle hotel is literally on the water (the Beattles were once pictured fishing out the windows) and the views from their various rooms are unparalleled (especially the largest Olympic Ballroom which looks straight across Elliott Bay towards the olympics).
Winter wedding venues in Washington state
So, I might be breaking some new stuff for you, but it rains in Washington state during the winter. I know. But, here are a few options that are rainproof.
Alpine Lakes High Camp
If you’re dreaming of a night in the mountains, there are few places that have more access to the backcountry and still give you all the comforts of home. Bring your small group for the elopement and don’t forget your avalanche beacon because there will be some powder to be found as well.
Note: for weddings, you book the camp for 2 nights/3 days
With a massive space, lots of exposed brick and yet wonderful natural light, this is a wonderful indoor option for weddings.
$$ | Up to 300 guests indoors, 600 outdoors | Available Year Round | Website | 360.598.4311
Overlooking the Agate Passage between Bainbridge Island and Kitsap County, Kiana Lodge is a wonderful wedding option. With large indoor and outdoor options you can incorporate the natural beauty of the peninsula into your wedding or elopement.
Pine River Ranch
Situated between Leavanworth and Steven’s Pass, Pine River Ranch is a beautiful mountain getaway for your rustic wedding. You’ll enjoy pine forests, mountain vistas, the exposed beam ceiling of the historic dairy barn and packages that include all you need for the day (so you don’t have to truck a bunch of tables across the pass).
$$ | Up to 300 guests | Available Year Round | Website
With a 100+ year old former manufacturing facility, a SODO Park wedding embraces the large space while breathing in comforts of exposed beams and romantic light to make this a wonderful gathering center, no matter the season.
Sun Mountain Lodge
Time is different in the Methow Valley and a wedding at Sun Mountain Lodge will help that fill your day with joy. Enjoy the views in summer or the snow and slow down to enjoy this place.
$$ | Up to 250 guests | Best May-September or December-February | Website
Get away into the mountains and have a wedding with snow, sun or probably both. Swiftwater Cellars is a great wedding venue in the middle of the Suncadia complex and you can celebrate your nuptials with the smell of the pines.
$$ | Up to 200 guests | Available Year Round | Website
With an exterior that feels more fairytale than real, Thornewood Castle weddings offer an almost Downton Abbey esque feel without leaving the PNW. You’ll enjoy countless impeccable rooms with ornate furniture, high ceilings, majestic ceilings and an immaculate grounds (including sunken pool area) that are unforgettable.
$$ | Up to 150 guests | Available Year Round | Website
If you like the smell of whiskey, you probably would love to get married with that oak barrel smell wafting through the day. But, don’t let that fool you into thinking this is a rustic space. The 13,000 square foot space is brilliantly modern with every touch of class you could hope for without leaving the city.
And in case you’re wondering, I prefer the Peated neat.
Winery wedding venues in Washington state
Wineries are wonderful because they’re beautiful, wine is delicious and they have a space you can use to make it wonderful for your day.
Arbor Crest Wine Cellars
$$ | Up to 300 guests | Best May-October | Website | Email | 509.927.8571
Sitting on top of a cliff overlooking Spokane and Spokane Valley, you can not have a more epic or beautiful view.
$$ | Up to 300 guests | Best May-October | Website
Overlooking vines and Lake Chelan. The view really can’t be beat as you enjoy this outdoor wedding.
Beecher Hill House
$$ | Up to 250 guests | Best May-October | Website | 509.548.0559
Overlooking terraced grounds and a restored manor, this 100 year old estate in Peshastin, Washington is unforgettable.
Cave B Inn & Spa Resort
$$ | Up to 150 guests | Best May-October | Website | 509.787.8000
A hilltop winery with unparalleled views of the Columbia River Gorge and all the amenities you could hope for in an italian-inspired grotto.
DeLille Cellars Chateau
$$ | Up to 400 guests | Best May-October | Website
An elegant wedding space with a beautiful italian central house and flowing gardens around a pond in the heart of Woodenville wine country.
Gorge Crest Vineyards
$$ | Up to 150 guests | Best May-October | Website
With views of Mt Hood and the whole river valley, you can’t find something more intimate than these grounds in Underwood, Washington.
On a very lush wooded area only 15 minutes form Seattle, has the space and beauty you need to enjoy a wedding at JM Cellars.
Siren Song Vineyard Estate and Winery
This venue has some of the most epic views of south Lake Celan with a unparalleled ground that makes you feel like you’re almost in Lake Cuomo.
Three Rivers Winery (inexpensive)
$$ | Up to 250 guests | Available May-October | Website | 509.526.9463 x1
IN the heart of the rolling hills of Washington wine country, it’s a beautiful grounds in Walla Walla for your wedding.
A hilltop winery overlooking Lake Chelan, it’s one of the most versatile tuscan-style winery. And the on-site caterer is just delicious.
Brewery wedding venues in Washington state
Wineries get all the praise for weddings. But with the PNW beer scene’s strength, there is a brewery in your backyard that will be a great place to pull together your favorite people.
Dystopian State Brewing Co
$ | Up to 150 guests | Available Year Round | Website
Rent out the whole taproom with discounts on drinks, and make it your own.
Narrows Brewing Company
$ | Up to 120 guests | Available Year Round | Website
Rent the taproom and make it your own just a few feet away from the south sound waterfront.
The Old Rainier Brewery
$ | Up to 100 guests | Available Year Round | Website
Part of the old Rainier Brewery space. This historic space dates back to the origins of the PNW beer scene in South Seattle.
Destination wedding venues in Washington state
Are you hoping to get away for more than just a day. Though Washington might not be have many white sand beaches, there are beautiful places to get away with your favorite people for a full wedding weekend.
$$ | Up to 200 guests | Available Year Round | Website
The perfect quiet retreat off Hood Canal with a front row view of the Olympic Mountains. Also enjoy the pampering of the resort and a beautiful ceremony for you day.
$$$ | Up to 200 guests | Best May-October | Website | firstname.lastname@example.org
A 42 acre with 7 unique buildings to make your wedding celebration all you could ever hope for. A wonderful location for a weekend adventure wedding where you and your guests can just live into all the joys and time that make a memorable time. Can include lodging, farm-to-table catering, and local flowers.
Nature Bridge Olympic
$$ | Up to 150 guests | Best May-October | Website | 360.928.3720 ext 16
On the doorstop of Olympic National Park, on the shores of Lake Crescent and only a few minutes from Port Angeles, this is the a wonderful spot to get away with your favorite people. Whether you choose a lakeside elopement or a blowout celebration in the Rosemary Inn, there is an option for you (and plenty of cabins to go around)
North Cascades Institute
$$ | Up to 92 guests | Available May-October | Website
At the entrance to the North Cascades National Park and on the shores of Diablo Lake, the North Cascades Institute is a beautiful summer camp option for your wedding weekend.
Roche Harbor Resort
Sitting on the water, overlooking the San Juan islands and off towards Canada’s Vancouver Island, there isn’t anything more picturesque than Roche Harbor.
Seabrook Town Hall
The Seabrook Town Hall wedding ceremony on front street in the New England-style east coast village of Seabrook takes you out of the PNW and into a beautiful center for your day.
There are a few notes about this list. I did not include churches or hotels that don’t advertise themselves as wedding venues in this list. Most of these capacity numbers are the normal capacticy, not COVID capacities. Also the pricing is based on a starting price for a 50-ish person wedding (basic packages according to the venue) and breaks down according to these numbers:
$ – under $2,500
$$ – $2,500-6,000
$$$ – $6,000-15,000
$$$$ – Over $15,000
Guest numbers are indoor seating for ceremony (unless otherwise stated)
Please let me know if any links, emails or phone numbers don’t work. I will work to keep this list up to date.
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.