From the eyes of a wedding stationer and from someone who got married in Seattle, I wanted to give you my top picks for venues around the Seattle area! I focus on Seattle proper in this post, but plan to do another post of more rural venues in the surrounding areas! Let me know what you think. Have you gotten married at one of these places? Add your thoughts and comments below the post.
1. Block 41
This venue has it all. It is easy to work with them- they give virtual tours of their space before you book with them! They are excellent communicators, and very active on social media. The space is stunning. Stunning. It has lofted exposed ceilings and TONS of natural light. Great for photos and aesthetic.
Block 41 has plenty of space for your event, occupying two levels in downtown Seattle. It is located right in the heart of Belltown, with plenty of fun restaurants and bars in the area. It is in a historic building, but merges old with new in this beautiful updated space!
You get the rental for 10 hours, which is plenty of time for set up and breakdown. A list of what is included is listed in their FAQ section on their website.
Check out their website here: BLOCK 41
Overall, this venue has it all and would be a perfect backdrop for your big day!
EvenTide is a newer venue located in Eastlake right on the waterfront of Lake Union. This venue screams "Seattle" It includes floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors that open to a patio right over the water. Amazing. This is an all-inclusive venue as they have onsite catering and no outside rentals are required. A huge plus, so that you can focus on the fun details of your day instead! This venue can seat 180 people for your special day.
Check out their website here: EVENTIDE
3. Sodo Park
Sodo park is located in South Downtown and has an industrial feel. Located in an old warehouse, this exposed-brick venue features on-site dining, high ceilings, and bar service all at your disposal. This is such a unique and fun city venue to get married in. They offer virtual tours too!
Check out their website here: SODO PARK
Right in the hear of downtown Seattle, this venue is an indoor/outdoor feel. Perfect for if you are wanting to get married outside, but don't want to risk the rain! This venue is so unique, as it all happens in the courtyard that is covered with skylight windows. This venue includes it all with on-site catering and bar services, and no rentals needed. They have FAQs on their website if you want to learn more about this amazing space.
Check out their website here: COURT IN THE SQUARE
Bella Luna is the most intimate venue on this list. I mean, common, check out that greenhouse table! It is so romantic and fun. I believe you could take this venue in more of a casual route, but you could also go more formal with it too! I love the versatility of the space, and that it is on a farm, but still close to the city. A win-win for all of your traveling guests.
Check out their website here: BELLA LUNA FARMS
I hope you find this list helpful! Once you find your venue and set your date, the fun detail planning gets to start. That is my jam! Are you looking for an invitation and day-of stationery designer? Inquire today by clicking BOOK NOW above. I cannot WAIT to work with you.