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Walla Walla Wedding Vibes

 October 13, 2022

5 Winery Wedding Venues

 

Winery weddings are dreamy, romantic, and very aesthetically pleasing to the eye. Not to mention many wineries specialize in hosting weddings and/or ceremonies, and are readily equipped to do so. Walla Walla Washington is a hidden gem for various wedding venues that have a rustic and romantic ambiance. They have gorgeous wineries, cellars, gardens, and event centers that can double as your stunning fairytale wedding venueThere are tons of wide open spaces to hold gatherings and endless possibilities. The benefit of having your wedding in Walla Walla is its central location to the PNW which may limit excess travel for your guests (depending on where you’re from). The small-town charm along with the vibrant scenery will create incredible memories for you and your guests. 

 

 

Valley View Pavilion – Winery wedding venue

 

 

This first featured venue reveals stunning views of the Blue Mountains and golf course in Wine Valley. The Valley View Pavilion is an event center that can hold up to 250 guests and can be converted into a weather-protected space in the chance of harsh wind or rain. This space includes an in-house sound system, an attached bridal suite, white resin tables/chairs, and wine barrel cocktail tables making it perfect for hosting. There are plenty of stunning photo opportunities in the luscious fields with views of the Oregon mountains, and lots of room for festivities. 

 

 

Patina Farms – Winery wedding venue

 

 

The next venue, Patina Farms, is a charming and whimsical event venue and flower farm all in one. The farm is a luscious green cottage-style garden that gives off European country and elevated bohemian vibes. Booking this dreamy location means the inclusion of wedding flowers, decorations, and design planning. Their grounds can be transformed into whatever style you envision for your big day. If you want a location that’s relatively close in distance, but makes you feel as if you’re in the European countryside, then this is the venue for you. 

 

 

Creekstone Gardens – Winery wedding venue

 

 

Just five miles from downtown Walla Walla, the Creekstone Gardens provide a rustic barn that can entertain up to 200 guests and stunning backdrops of their 4 acres of manicured garden. You and your guests will be protected from the weather elements underneath the shaded pergola that comes with the ceremony site.  The venue comes fully equipped with sound, bridal and groomsmen suites, and lawn games for your guests to enjoy. The reception barn has a charming atmosphere with twinkle lights, iron chandeliers, and a large dance floor. Creekstone also provides parties with table centerpieces, chalkboards for decor, and their very own portable Bar converted from a horse trailer, with functional beer taps!

 

 

Waterbrook Winery – wedding venue

 

 

Next, this venue is a state-of-the-art 49-acre winery that can hold anywhere from 50 to 200 guests. Waterbrook winery is the perfect venue that’s customizable to your design liking and staffed and ready to host your wedding. You can use the aesthetic wine barrels, ponds, and vineyards for your photos. In addition, they also feature an outdoor fireplace, fire pits, and heat lamps for cooler evenings and fall occasions. 

 

 

Canoe Ridge Vineyard – wedding venue

 

 

 

This historic and unique vineyard was originally built in 1905 as an Engine house, and was converted into a winery in 1994. The Canoe Ridge Vineyard has a rustic, glam feel to it with a charming wine barrel room that can accommodate up to 125 guests. They also offer catering, wine, and beer services with wine club incentives, for you to utilize  conveniently. If you like historic, elegant, and classy vibes, this is the venue for you.

 

 

Conclusion:

 

Lastly, destination weddings can be overhyped and often unrealistic for many couples. We advise to skip the destination altogether and choose a venue that’s centrally located in the PNW, and still has beautiful scenery. You will feel like you’re in the middle of Europe, but actually, be right here in Walla Walla Washington. Take a look for yourself and see the hidden gems that lie right here in the Pacific Northwest!