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Jul 28, 2017

Olympic Peninsula Wedding Venues – Episode #134       

The next stop in our series of wedding venues is the Olympic Peninsula here in Washington state.  Mountains, rainforests and the ocean it has everything! 

Lost Mountain Lodge 

Sequim, WA 

Can accommodate 50 guests for an outdoor day event and 40 inside. 

They have indoor space in case the weather does not cooperate or if it is winter.  

The entire lodge must be booked for a minimum of two nights for your event 

NatureBridge 

Port Angeles, WA 

Can accommodate up to 150 guests. 

From the shore of Lake Crescent to historic Rosemary Inn, you can find the indoor and outdoor spaces to best suit the needs  

Can supply all food needs from rehearsal dinner to Sunday breakfast. 

Renovated lodge, outdoor spaces, simple classroom and conference building, plus lodging for all. 

Manresa Castle 

Port Townsend, WA 

Picturesque rose garden or Victorian wood-paneled Library. 

25-75 guests 

Banquet Room 

Also, the castle is a hotel so no need to go anywhere else to honeymoon. 

Weddings by the Sea 

Ocean Shores, WA 

Packages for very small to 40 guests 

Includes Officiant and décor 

Choice of beach location 


SHOP THE CITY

Port Ludlow Resort 

Port Ludlow, WA 

Ideal setting for your intimate destination wedding 

Farm-to-table rehearsal dinner 

Bridal getaway or groom’s golf retreat. 

Seabrook Town Hall 

Pacific Beach, WA 

Seating for 100 

Features: Audio & Video system, Lapel & Cordless Microphones, Beautiful hardwood floors throughout, Full bar and commercial catering kitchen 

Lake Quinault Weddings 

On the edge of the Olympic National Forest 

100 guests 

Romantic lakeside celebration 

Grand ballroom with walls of timber 

Kalaloch Lodge 

Forks, WA 

Ceremonies can be hosted at the gazebo or in front of the Bluff Cabins 

Outdoor receptions, maximum guest count is 50 

Can provide chairs, tables, and ivory linens 

Indoor receptions, maximum guest count is 20 

LISTENER QUESTION:

My fiance and I got engaged at Thanksgiving last year and I immediately knew I wanted a winter themed wedding. We are getting married on December 9th this year and my fiance isn't a fan of the full-blown Christmas theme as I am, so we comprised on a winter forest theme pulling in Christmas colors.
I am having trouble coming up with decorating ideas incorporating forest with Christmas colors (red and green). I am hoping you can provide some ideas.

Erin

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