Choosing the perfect wedding venue can be the most challenging task in planning your wedding. How many guests will you have? How far are those guests willing to travel? What type of atmosphere do you want to have? Indoor or outdoor? What is the rain plan? The list goes on when thinking through the needs for your venue choice. But one thing I think every bride wants is a romantic wedding venue. While this list does not even begin to touch all of the Romantic Wedding Venues near Seattle, these are a few of my personal favorites.
Laurel Creek Manor is a gorgeous estate located in Sumner, Washington. The venue has 5 acres of property that are all accessible on your wedding day from with willow trees, perfectly trimmed hedges, blooming gardens, flowing fountains and of course the house itself is stunning. They have a beautiful white tent for a outdoor reception space, patio for dancing and an arbor to center your ceremony under. For outdoor weddings they can accommodate up to 200 guests and indoor events up to 75 guests. One of my favorite parts of the venue is the gorgeous bridal suite where all the girls can get ready.
See more of Markelle and Tyler’s Laurel Creek Manor wedding here.
Lakewold Gardens is located in Lakewood, Washington. It is a gorgeous 10 acre property with gardens that make you feel like you are wandering through English gardens from another time. They have a beautiful historic Landmark with their Georgian-style mansion and historic architecture. Their venue can accommodate up to 130 guests for outdoors and 50 guests for indoors.
See more photos from Laura and Emmets Lakewold Gardens wedding here.
Rock Creek Gardens is located in Tacoma, Washington. It is northwest meets English Gardens and was originally designed to enhance the natural flow of the grounds and preserve spectacular trees that have stood for so long. It is a gorgeous maze of pathways and brides that take you throughout the property. The venue can accommodate up to 275 guests for an outdoor ceremony in the gardens and a tented reception.
See more photos from Rachel and Nathan’s Rock Creek Gardens wedding here.
DeLille Cellars is a gorgeous Chateau located in Woodinville, Washington. It has gorgeous French architecture, gardens and ponds across the ten acre estate. Their old world style terrace can comfortably fit up to 200 guests after your private ceremony among the cedar trees.
See more of Chelsey and Rolands DeLille Cellars wedding here.
The MV Skansonia is an amazing waterfront venue that used to be a ferry turned into a wedding venue that is permanently docked on North Lake Union with panoramic views of Seattle, Washington. It has vintage nautical decor and award-winning catering. They can accommodate 125 guests with an outdoor ceremony on the bow followed by dinner inside the boat.
See more of Elizabeth and Bryan’s The MV Skansonia Wedding here.
The Kelley Farm is a beautiful venue located in Bonney Lake, Washington. They have a rustic-glam barn which can accommodate up to 300 guests. Your ceremony can be in the garden overlooking a view of rolling fields or inside the twinkle lit barn. Dancing on the patio at sunset is a favorite of mine, along with the girls beautiful getting ready rooms.
See more of Ally and Jake’s The Kelley Farms wedding here.
Jardin Del Sol is a stunning garden wedding venue in Snohomish, Washington with seven acres of rolling pastures and woodlands. They can accommodate up to 200 guests with multiple locations for beautiful ceremony and a tented reception. The photo opportunities are endless with the gorgeous pathways and greenery. Their bridal getting ready room is also a stunner.
See more of Josie and Jared’s Jardin Del Sol wedding here.
Thornewood Castle is a 500-year-old Tudor Gothic historic Castle located in Lakewood, Washington on the sore of American Lake. They offer both a indoor and outdoor options with a ceremony amongst the sunken English gardens, overlooking the lake or next to the grand staircase in the Great Hall. They can accommodate up to 200 guests depending on the combination of locations you choose to use.
See more of Sarah and Heath’s Thornewood Castle wedding here.