Your wedding day should be beautiful, from gown to scenery, just as you have envisioned. Without a doubt, you will want your venue to be a place of beauty to match the dream you have of your wedding. As a photographer, I know how much a beautiful background can do. So I’ve gathered a group of Whidbey Island Wedding Venues perfect for your bid day.
Owners Emily and Paul Grubb love helping each couple plan and create their dream wedding day just as passionately as if it were their own Whidbey Island wedding. Together, they have built up Cascadia Meadows into a premiere Whidbey Island wedding venue. In addition to a church, they also offer various venues on their property to hold ceremonies and receptions.
The Little Brown Church
The Parson’s Cottage
This venue is Located at 7027 Maxwelton Road, Clinton, WA, 98236. For more information, visit their website.
This historic 11-acre farm from 1895 is accompanied by glistening water you can view from the ceremony and vast territorial vistas. The large reception barn boasts its original timbers. This Whidbey Island Wedding Venue is a charming and beautiful place to accommodate your unique wedding and reception for up to 200 guests. In addition, they even have an on-site guest house as a convenient add-on. This space has everything if you’re looking for an open space with rustic charm and whimsical elegance. For more information about availability and pricing, visit their website.
Planning a smaller, more intimate guest list? Located in the historic Bayview area, the 100+-year-old Wayfarer Farm can accommodate up to 100 guests. This wedding venue offers stunning open, rolling grounds, orchard, and has two barns to accommodate your guests. One barn is whitewashed and bright for a possible intimate ceremony or reception. In contrast, the other barn is complete with an exposed beam ceiling, an antique bar, and indoor/outdoor space!
This family-run farm, winery, vineyard, tasting room, and B&B is a beautiful wedding venue to say “I Do.” This venue can be found at 5219 View Rd Langley, WA, 98260. Comforts of Whidbey hides on 22 gorgeous lunch acres that overlook the always beautiful Puget Sound. This incredible body of water makes it a captivating backdrop for your perfect day. However, it offers four event spaces, giving your wedding day a variety of looks from indoor, outdoor, covered, and uncovered. Let them help you make your day smooth and full of life like the perfect glass of wine. For more information, check out their website.
Above all, Dancing Fish’s goal as a venue is to help you have the day of your dreams. Their well-cared-for six-acre property can be seen at 1953 Newman Road, Freeland, WA 98249. It has a variety of unique spaces to celebrate your intimate and special day the way you want to. If you hope to keep your guest list limited to keep your day intimate, then this venue is perfect for your mini Wedding!
The Farmhouse Courtyard
The Garden Room
The Loafing Shed
The Hospitality Barn
Barn East Lawn
The Tasting Room
The Barrel Room
Resting on 10 pastoral acres, Fireseed Catering’s Reception Hall & Gardens overlooks Maxwelton Valley as well as privately owned Miller Lake. Exchange your vows and celebrate before lush greenery in the beautiful, manicured, scenic outdoor space. Additionally, you will escape the busy world and say I do in a private, hidden-away gem. You can find more information on this Whidbey Island wedding venue’s website.
Join families together in a magical space of love and dedication. Above all, this venue works with each couple to transport them to the wedding of their dreams with their whimsical, enchanting, and charm-filled venue. From verdant and full scenery to waterfront views, your day will be full of love and picture-perfect moments. So create your magic fairy tale at 3493 French Road, Clinton, Washington.
So book your dream wedding with any of these Whidbey Island Wedding Venues, and your day will surely be beautiful! So check out these stunning venues to start planning your dream wedding today!
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