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Wedding venues in Seattle

Check out this list of local spots to host your special event.

Branden + Alex

You’d be hard pressed to find something more romantic than the Pacific Northwest.

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Whether you’re getting a jump start on your holiday party planning or preparing for an upcoming wedding reception or family reunion, check out this list of rentable venues in Seattle.

Note: Guest counts and rates are based on estimations and various options available on each venue’s website. Please contact venue owners to inquire about current availability and pricing.

Intimate gatherings


Maybe the forest gnomes would also attend your wedding here at Treehouse Point.

Photo by Luma Weddings

Treehouse Point, 6922 Preston-Fall City Rd SE, Issaquah

  • Rate: Price available upon request
  • Accommodates 80 guests
  • Key features: Tree houses for overnight accommodations, breakfast service the next day, forested backdrop

Woodinville Lavender, 14223 Woodinville Redmond Rd NE, Redmond

  • Rate: $10,500+
  • Accommodates 50 people
  • Key features: A romantic lavender field, views of the Sammamish Valley, a greenhouse option for rainy weather

Volunteer Park Conservatory, 1247 15th Ave. E., Seattle

  • Rate: $170 per hour, two-hour minimum
  • Accommodates 25
  • Key features: Lush garden environment, supplied chairs

The Micro Venue, 1417 NW 54th St. #102, Seattle

  • Rate: $2,500+
  • Accommodates 12
  • Key features: Design consultation + planning, included cake and champagne, two hours of photography, an officiant

Multiple options

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We’re pretty into the fact that views like what the Woodmark Hotel and Spa of Lake Washington are only a short distance away.

Lotte Hotel, 809 Fifth Ave., Seattle

  • Rate: Price available upon request
  • Accommodates 12-560 guests
  • 20,000 sqft
  • Key features: Venues ranging in styles from mid-century modern to Beaux Arts, custom wedding cakes

The Woodmark Hotel and Still Spa, 1200 Carillon Point, Kirkland

  • Rate: Price available upon request
  • Accommodates 21-250 guests
  • 300-2630 sqft
  • Key features: Lakefront views, plenty of options for indoor and outdoor spaces

Rainier Chapter House, 800 E. Roy St., Seattle

  • Rate: $1,050-$3,500
  • Accommodates 60-225
  • Key features: Three floors of large rooms, rentals of glassware, tables, chairs, and other amenities included in the price

Center for Wooden Boats, 1010 Valley St., Seattle

  • Rate: Price available upon request
  • Accomodates 18-100
  • 9,200 sqft
  • Key features: Ceremony space right on the water, boats available for photo ops and charters

The Ruins, 570 Roy St.

  • Rate: Price available upon request
  • Key features: Outdoor entrance courtyard, a hand-painted ballroom, a bridal suite

The Graduate, 4507 Brooklyn Ave. NE, Seattle

  • Rate: Price available upon request
  • Accommodates 40-190
  • 4,636 sqft
  • Key features: A beautifully decorated lobby for photos, a pre-function space for welcoming arriving guests

Larger venues


Sorry, are we in Seattle or the Moulin Rouge in Paris? Where’s Nicole Kidman?

Photo via the Arctic Club Hotel

Arctic Club Hotel, 700 Third Ave.

  • Rate: Price available upon request
  • Accommodates 400
  • 4,800 sqft
  • Key features: A ballroom with a stained glass overhead dome, a one-night stay for the wedding couple, early access to the event space

Fremont Foundry, 154 N. 35th St.

  • Rate: Price available upon request
  • Accommodates 225-850
  • Key features: Rooftop ceremony or cocktail space, floating glass dance floor

Fairmont Olympic, 411 University St.

  • Rate: Price available upon request
  • Accommodates 6-650
  • 28,000 sqft
  • Key features: Stunning ballrooms with a variety of aesthetics, customizable menu options

IslandWood, 4450 Blakely Ave. NE, Bainbridge Island

  • Rate: Price available upon request
  • Accommodates 100+
  • Key features: Plenty of space for whimsical photos with forested trails and gardens, a dedicated planner, in-house kitchen and chef

Georgetown Ballroom, 5623 Airport Way S.

  • Rate: Price available upon request
  • Key features: 18 foot ceilings and a grand staircase, a bridal suite and groom’s room, nine-hour rental period

SODO Park, 3200 First Ave S.

  • Rate: Price available upon request
  • Accommodates 300-500
  • 7,500 sqft
  • Key features: Industrial vibes, custom bar and dinner service, free parking on nights and weekends

Fox Hollow Farm, 12123 Issaquah-Hobart Road Southeast, Issaquah

  • Rate: Price available on request
  • Accommodates 300-1200
  • Key features: Creekside ceremony space, ability to reserve entire farm or just a part of it, meal ingredients provided by the farm
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