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With so many different options and styles of venues to choose from across the city, narrowing down the best Seattle wedding venues is no small feat. But the great thing about getting married in Seattle is that there is a perfect place for every type of couple, whether your style is classic, modern, unexpected, or something in between. We’ve rounded up our favorite spots throughout the Emerald City to help you plan the Seattle wedding of your dreams.

Here are the best Seattle wedding venues for every style.

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Rustic Chic: Sodo Park by Herban Feast

Imagine having the atmosphere of a rustic barn and the convenience of downtown Seattle wedding venues in one location. We’re talking Sodo Park, an award-winning, renovated event space that’s located less than 10 minutes from downtown, yet feels like a world away. The building itself is a century-old factory, which explains the uniqueness of the exposed beams, the vaulted ceilings, and the urban feel throughout the premises. Sodo Park is perfect for any couple who likes the classic barn wedding look but wants to take it to the next level.

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Hotel Sorrento

Classic: Hotel Sorrento

Sometimes referred to as the “Most Romantic Hotel” in Seattle, the Sorrento Hotel provides a timeless and elegant backdrop for a classic wedding. With event spaces including a traditional ballroom, outdoor terrace and penthouse, Hotel Sorrento has a place for everyone, whether it’s hosting a wedding with a large guest list or something more intimate.

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Sanctuary in Admiral

Vintage: Sanctuary in Admiral

Built in 1929, this Art Deco building is perfect for couples who love vintage flair. The venue’s magnificent Grand Room, which can accommodate a seated dinner for 150 guests, has 25-foot ceilings with a stage area at the front of the space for a band or DJ. If you plan your wedding at Sanctuary at Admiral, you also have the option of renting cutlery, tables and chairs directly from the venue.

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The Quintessa on Whidbey Island

Intimate: La Quintessa on Whidbey Island

Looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city center? The Quintessa on Whidbey Island has all the benefits of a destination wedding without the need for you to travel far at all. Just an hour north of downtown, this intimate Seattle venue is ideal for weddings with 50 or fewer guests. The best part is that everyone can stay in the place. At the Quintessa, the main house has nine bedrooms, while a cozy cabin offers additional privacy for couples. Whidbey Island is full of charm, with laid-back seaside towns, numerous parks, historic sites, and unmatched scenery and wildlife.

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Seattle Aquarium

Unique: Seattle Aquarium

Exchange your vows on a deck overlooking Elliott Bay, then head to the aquarium’s Tide Pool room, where you and your guests can get up close and personal with local Washington marine life. The aquarium’s underwater dome is a unique setting for your wedding reception, with 360-degree views of the 400,000-gallon tank, which is home to hundreds of fish and sharks. While the aquarium will be a memorable experience for your guests, the venue also offers a host of practical services for you as you are planning the wedding, including in-house catering, linens, wedding coordinators, and much more.

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Modern Industrial: Metropolitan

Metropolist is one of the best Seattle wedding venues if you want to get married downtown. This elegant industrial location was once a construction crane factory, and the site still retains some of its urban warehouse feel – hardwood floors, 25-foot vaulted ceilings, and exposed plumbing to begin with. Metropolist is a fully customizable venue, whether you want to keep the existing open plan or transform it into your own space using pipes and curtains.

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Thornewood Castle

Romantic: Thornewood Castle

If you dream of a fairytale wedding, look no further than Thornewood Castle. This storybook venue features an English Tudor mansion nestled on four acres of secluded lakefront property, with formal sunken gardens (see our favorite garden wedding ideas here), stone fountains, and a dock. private. The house itself looks like something from Beauty and the Beast , with medieval stained glass windows, dark oak walls and stately ballrooms.

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Mountain View Mansion

Scenic: Mountain View Mansion

Outdoor-loving couples will want to take advantage of Washington’s famous landscape, from Mount Rainier to the lush Cascade Foothills that surround downtown Seattle. Mountain View Manor, a 40-acre wedding venue located one hour from downtown, offers a beautiful setting with an unobstructed view of Mount Rainier that your guests will not forget. The rustic-style venue can accommodate up to 300 people and also offers basic items such as a white reception tent, chairs, tables, and portable toilets.

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Non-Traditional: Treehouse Point

If you didn’t want to get married in a tree house (or you didn’t even know it was possible), this place is sure to influence your decision. Nestled in the trees of Issaquah, about 40 minutes from downtown Seattle, Treehouse Point is perfect for anyone wanting something off the beaten track. This unique location is one of Seattle’s best wedding venues for escapes (see how this couple did) or very small groups of up to 18 people. You can even stay overnight at the property!

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Oceanfront: Woodmark Hotel & Still Spa

Our list of the best Seattle wedding venues wouldn’t be complete without the option of a waterfront (see more Seattle wedding venues on the water right here). The Woodmark Hotel & Still Spa overlooks beautiful Lake Washington with views of the Olympic Mountains in the distance. This luxurious boutique hotel offers all the same amenities as any large resort, while retaining the cozy and personalized feel of a bed and breakfast. The venue’s five event spaces have picturesque lake views and vary in size to accommodate a variety of Seattle weddings. Other on-site amenities include catering, lake cruises, and a spa.

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Formal: The Great Hall at Union Station

The Great Hall at Union Station is our best venue for any couple looking to have a high-end wedding. This historic building in Seattle’s Pioneer Plaza was built in 1910 and features impressive architectural details such as barrel-vaulted ceilings, recessed ceiling lights, mosaic floors, and glass skylights. With a capacity of 500 guests, The Great Hall at Union Station is one of the largest and most elegant wedding venues in Seattle.

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