We are spoiled for choice when it comes to breathtaking wedding venues in the Inland Northwest, especially when it comes to fantastic views. One of the best vistas in the area can be seen at Denison Ridge, just north of Spokane. Not only are the grounds at Denison immaculate, but the views are seriously breathtaking and Teri, the owner, provides amazing customer service. We asked her to give us a wrap up of her 2013 wedding season, share some testimonials and show us some of her favorite wedding photos from the season. Take it away Teri!
2013 was very memorable on the Ridge. We logged in nine weddings, a baby shower, a sweet 16 birthday, a beautiful photo shoot with www.distinctionstudio.com, several engagement and senior portrait sessions, and one winter (before the wedding) photo session.
All of us at Denison Ridge are feeling very blessed! What we gained in experience last year is only going to make 2014 better. I’d like to share two things that stood out to me about last year.
First on the list are the comments that were made about the Ridge. There is nothing better than knowing your friends, clients, and guests had a great experience at the facility. Here are a couple of our testimonials:
“Thank you for the hospitality. What a beautiful place you have there. We couldn’t have asked for a more perfect place to have Heaven and Tim’s wedding.”
“Thank you for being so thoughtful and understanding. Your kindness is rare and beautiful. I just wanted to say that we appreciate what you did for us very much. Thank you Teri! : ) It meant so much to me!”
You can read more comments by going to our testimonials page.
Second would be, how beautiful the photographers made everyone and everything look. I have received a few favorite photos from most of my brides last year, and wow!
If you are looking for a venue, I would love to show you around our facility and chat about how we could make your event one of a kind and very unique to you.
Looking forward to this new year of adventures,
Teri : )
Quick Facts about Denison Ridge
Capacity: Up to 200
Location: Clayton, Washington (30 minutes from Spokane)