Unique Wedding Venues In Oregon

One of the most exciting and challenging parts of planning your wedding is picking out a venue. You want your chosen location to be a reflection of you and your partner’s tastes, as well as accommodating and convenient for your planning process. And sure, it wouldn’t hurt if your event space was an unusual and exciting place that your guests had never been to before. Luckily for you, we’ve compiled a list of unique wedding venues in Oregon. There’s a space here to suit the needs and aesthetic of every couple, whether you’re planning a charming and a rustic ceremony in a barn, or co-ordinating an elegant marriage banquet on a sprawling historic estate.

The Natural Capital Center, Portland

Natural Capital Center Wedding

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Owned by Ecotrust (a collective of scientists, tinkerer’s intellectuals, and event planners) the Natural Capital Center is the perfect venue choice for the trendy, environmentally-conscious couple. The building itself is an old historic warehouse, refurbished with reclaimed wood and runs on solar power. They also only use caterers who cook with certified sustainable and seasonal produce,  creating a  fresh and local dining experience for your guests. Host your wedding on the rooftop terrace or the elegant conference center one floor below, either way it’s sure to be a uniquely Portland wedding.

Historic Deepwood  Estate, Salem

Photo by www.tylergould.com

Photo by www.tylergould.com

For the slightly more traditional couple, the gardens at Historic Deepwood estate offers both grand and intimate settings for your wedding ceremony. There are several garden locations to choose from, including a charming English tea garden. The venue offers the perfect scenery for unforgettable wedding photographs, as there are loads of secret hideaways and romantic wrought iron gazebos with tall and lush garden hedges. If you’re looking for an event space that’ll transport your guests to another world and time, this might just be the place for you.

The Tumwater Room, Oregon City

From www.yelp.com

From www.yelp.com

Look no further than The Tumwater Room if you want intimate wedding without sacrificing grandeur. Located on the third floor of the Oregon Territory museum, this elegant space boasts cathedral style ceilings and wide windows that provide breathtaking views of the Willamette river. Chairs, tables, linens and wedding arches are all included in the cost of your rental which makes this venue is a great option for the couple on a budget.  The  Tumwater Room also proudly welcomes all of Oregon’s LGBTQ couples looking to celebrate their love with a (finally) legal wedding ceremony.

Timberline Lodge, Mount Hood

From http://blog.heatherbayles.com/

From http://blog.heatherbayles.com


One of the most well known and historic ski-lodges in the country, Timberline Lodge has everything you need to create a truly memorable wedding. Packed full of modern rustic charm, decadent dining options, exquisite views, and numerous elegant ceremony sites- if you can dream it up, the lodge can accommodate it. This storybook venue even offers a custom fireside elopement package for the couple who just can’t wait to get hitched but still want to do it in style.

Postlewait’s Farm, Canby

From http://www.annajayephotography.com

From http://www.annajayephotography.com

This 80 acre working farm boasts a gorgeous refinished barn,  complete with dance floor and banquet space, as well as various picturesque spots for a sophisticated and whimsical outdoor ceremony. At your reception,  you’ll be able serve your guests signature drinks at the authentic saloon style bar, pledge your love to each other amidst twinkling fairylights in the arbor  and even roast s’mores at one of the two fire pits. Wonderfully quirky, Postlewaits farm is ultimate venue for the couple that wants to do things just a little differently.

By Johnny Meeke

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