We love small towns because they're big on charm and little on things like crowds and stress. And they're home to lots of amazing places to get married, too: Who can resist a lavender farm, a Victorian with a secret garden, or a winery overlooking a lake? So go ahead and check out these Washington wedding venues—they all have charm to spare!
Style: This warm historic Hall boasts maple floors, high ceilings, and French doors opening onto a waterfront deck, which overlooks the spot's stunning location on Orcas Island among Madrona trees, evergreens, and colorful wildflowers.
Style: Gorgeous 1936 cedar and fir-planked barn, boasting 40-foot vaulted ceilings with rustic chandeliers, perched on the banks of the Chehalis River, with all-inclusive full-service microwedding packages that offer everything you need under one roof.Catering: BYO
Style: Surrounded by 50 lush acres of meadows on one of the oldest farms in Snohomish County, this charming homestead is highlighted by a beautifully renovated 1900 dairy barn and milk house.Catering: Preferred list, BYO
Friday Harbor, Washington
Style: Spectacular destination lodge just a ferry ride from Seattle in lovely Friday Harbor, set on 82 forested acres of surrounded by three freshwater lakes on San Juan Island.
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Deer Park, WA
Style: Charming Victorian home on 5 beautiful acres including a secret garden, a quaint gazebo, a field of wildflowers, and several ready-made vignettes just perfect for romantic photos.
Style: Rustic retreat tucked away in the Cascade Mountains next to the Bavarian village of Leavenworth, with spacious and comfortable lodges for cozy indoor celebrations and outdoor ceremonies next to a pond or in a grove of aspens.
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Cle Elum, WA
Style: Blufftop lodge offers a picturesque and romantic setting for an outdoor wedding against a backdrop of the snowcapped Cascade Mountains and soaring pines all around.
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Style: Luxurious seaside resort on 300 acres with breathtaking mountain or ocean views from every venue, including the Peace Arch Pier with its adjacent terrace for al fresco cocktails, and the classically elegant Semiahoo Ballroom.
Filed under Outdoor, Wedding Venues / Locations, Washington, North Cascades, Olympic Peninsula, San Juan Islands / North Puget Sound, Spokane / Eastern Washington
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