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Olympia Wedding Venues: Where to Host Your Dream Day

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The Pacific Northwest has to be one of the most beautiful places in the country for a wedding. In the heart of it all lies Olympia, a city known for its natural beauty, rich cultural heritage and history, and an abundance of picturesque venues perfect for hosting an epically gorgeous wedding. Here are some of the most beautiful Olympia wedding venues to consider for your event! 

Plan A Night You Will Never Forget With These 5 Olympia Wedding Venues

Newlyweds kiss in a mountain trail at one of the Olympia Wedding Venues

The Abigail Stuart House

1002 Washington Street SE, Olympia, WA 98501

The Abigail Stuart House was established in 1908 by the non-profit Women’s Club of Olympia. The home itself is located in the heart of Olympia and is a registered historic building with plenty of vintage charm. The first floor of the Abigail Stuart House is a bright ballroom and parlor with floods of natural light, warm hardwood floors, and cozy features like a brick fireplace. With room for up to 150 (200 if you use the upstairs dance studio and salon!), it’s a quaint, historic venue for an intimate Olympia wedding. 

The Kodiak Room

225 Sussex Ave W, Tenino, WA 98589

The Kodiak Room is a beautiful historic sandstone building constructed over a hundred years ago. It’s a wedding venue that gives off a blend of unique castle and barn vibes, with rustic stone walls and beautiful wooden beams in Olympia. Crystal chandeliers, bistro lighting, and drapery add elegance and romance to the space. The venue also has a beautifully renovated bridal suite, a groom’s suite, and a prep kitchen. Tables and chairs for up to 200 people are included, though the space can accommodate up to 300. 

Newlyweds walk down a riverside trail at one of the Olympia Wedding Venues

The Silo on 74th

3330 74th Ave SE, Olympia, Washington 98501

The Silo on 74th is home to a gorgeous Colonial farmhouse, complete with a wrap-around porch and acres of beautiful farmland. Their property has a variety of spaces that can be used to throw a rustic wedding, including open-air ceremony sites and a large event tent. The Silo on 74th is also home to a huge collection of ornate antiques and vintage decor that is free for guests to utilize for their event! A grain silo-turned-bar is another unique touch for an event that balances glamor and countryside charm. 

Lord Mansion and Coach House

211 21st Ave SW, Olympia, WA 98501

Built in 1923, Lord Mansion is one of Olympia’s few genuine mansions and wedding venues. Today, Evergreen State College owns and maintains the estate. They use the historic property to welcome the public for various events. With room for up to 70 people, Lord Mansion features opulent detailing like Brazilian mahogany paneling and Palladian windows. The mansion is surrounded by lush gardens and evergreen trees, perfect for an outdoor ceremony or cocktail hour or simply taking beautiful wedding photos! 

A bride stands by a lake at sunset in a lace dress

Swantown Inn

1431 11th Avenue SE, Olympia, WA 98501

The Victorian mansion known as Swantown Inn dates all the way back to 1887. Today, it’s a stunning historic bed and breakfast with modern amenities to keep their guests comfortable and relaxed. The Grand Victorian Ballroom opened in 2018 but emulates the charm and history of the rest of the inn. It’s a beautiful setting that can accommodate intimate elopements or larger celebrations with up to 60 guests. Their fabulous events team will help you bring your dream wedding to life! 

Olympia Wedding Venues

Whether you’re dreaming of a historic mansion or a countryside setting, these Olympia wedding venues exude charm, elegance, and classic Pacific Northwest beauty. I’d love to help you capture everything your wedding has to offer with beautiful photographs you’ll treasure forever. Let’s connect! 

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