There’s nothing quite as magical as the Olympic Peninsula. I’m a bit biased since I specialize in the area, but you couldn’t have chosen a more beautiful location for your wedding. Fern-covered forests, rocky beaches, and mountain views await. This is a complete guide on Olympic Peninsula wedding venues, from places like Forks and Port Angeles. Whether you’re looking for outdoor spaces in a forest or indoor spaces in rustic barns, you’re sure to find what you need on this list.

If you’re looking to plan a smaller wedding or elopement and don’t want to rent a venue, check out my Olympic National Park elopement guide that includes a list of locations you can get married (no venue required).

Forks Wedding Venues

Check out my Forks wedding venue guide with a list of over 15 venues!

Fern Acres

Website: Fern Acres

Max Capacity: 150

Fern Acres is my favorite wedding venue on this entire list. It’s located in Forks on 5 acres of land. Everywhere you look you’ll find ferns, moss-covered trees, and beautiful garden spaces. They even have a “Twilight” elopement package where the ceremony site is decorated exactly like it was for Bella and Edward’s wedding. If I had to get married all over again, Fern Acres would be at the top of my list for a wedding venue.

Check out a stunning wedding I photographed at Fern Acres here!

Manitou Lodge Bed & Breakfast

Website: Manitou Lodge Bed & Breakfast

Max Capacity: 110

Manitou Lodge Bed & Breakfast is located on 10 acres of coastal rainforest. It’s located just 3 miles from Rialto Beach and has a variety of accommodations your friends and family can stay in when visiting for your wedding. This Olympic Peninsula wedding venue offers you a plethora of scenery to see just minutes from Forks.

Quileute Oceanside Resort

Website: Quileute Oceanside Resort

Max Capacity: 100

If the moody, rocky coast is calling your name, look no further than the Quileute Oceanside Resort which offer oceanfront cabins on First Beach (otherwise known as La Push Beach). There is no wifi on the property, making it a great place to unwind and soak in every minute of your wedding.

Port Angeles Wedding Venues

Agate Beach Lodge

Website: Agate Beach Lodge

Max Capacity: 75

If you’re looking to plan an unforgettable small wedding or elopement, look no further than Agate Beach Lodge, a jaw-dropping Olympic Peninsula wedding venue with a private beach and gorgeous grounds. You can rent a room or rent the whole lodge and have a memorable weekend wedding with friends and family. Plus, it’s right down the road from Salt Creek Recreation Area which is a stunning place for portraits, hiking, or picnicking.


Website: NatureBridge

Max Capacity: 150

NatureBridge is my second favorite Olympic Peninsula wedding venue on this list. They offer lodging, ceremony spaces, dinners, and more right along the shoreline of Lake Crescent. When I say this place has it all, it truly has it all. From modern cabins on site to chef-prepared meals for you and your guests, you truly can’t go wrong taking a peek at this venue.

Sea Cliff Gardens Bed & Breakfast

Website: Sea Cliff Gardens Bed & Breakfast

Max Capacity: 50

Sea Cliff Gardens Bed & Breakfast is another one of my favorite Port Angeles wedding venues. The grounds here are absolutely stunning. The property is a Victorian bed and breakfast that sits on a 130-foot cliff overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Rent a room or the whole home for your intimate wedding. Did I mention it’s also steps away from the beach?


Website: Fox-Bell

Max Capacity: 250

If you’re looking for 20 acres of gorgeous land, a rustic barn, and complimentary decor, Fox-Bell is the perfect venue for you. This 1950s venue is located just a few minutes from town and offers both indoor and outdoor ceremony spaces.

Sequim Wedding Venues

Purple Haze Lavender Farm

Website: Purple Haze Lavender Farm

Max Capacity: 250

Purple Haze Lavender Farm is my favorite Sequim wedding venue. If you’re looking for a gorgeous lavender farm, a rental property on site, and 12 acres of gardens and orchards, Purple Haze Lavender Farm is the Olympic Peninsula wedding venue for you. It’s also right down the road from Sequim Bay, an incredible location for couples portraits.

Flatiron Fields

Website: Flatiron Fields

Max Capacity: 200

If you’re looking for a beautiful lavender farm just minutes from town, I have another spot for you. Flatiron Fields has a ton of room for guests and open fields that seem to go on for miles. They also have tents available if you’re looking for some coverage from the elements.

Troll Haven Bandy Farms

Website: Troll Haven Bandy Farms

Max Capacity: 150

Troll Haven Bandy Farms is a super fun and eclectic wedding venue located along Discovery Bay. This location has a victorian bridal suite, indoor space, maintained gardens, and colorful architecture. This is my go-to recommendation for couples looking for a variety of different sceneries.

Port Townsend Wedding Venues

Misty Clover Farm

Website: Misty Clover Farm

Max Capacity: 250

Misty Clover Farm is my 3rd favorite wedding venue on this list. This is a 54-acre forest wedding venue right by Discovery Bay. There are a variety of trails, streams, and ponds throughout the property. Enjoy a ceremony amongst the trees or on their outdoor amphitheater with plenty of seating for guests.

Fort Worden

Website: Fort Worden

Max Capacity: 10-400 depending on site

Fort Worden is hands-down the largest venue option on this list. Choose from 12 different venue spaces ranging from bluffs overlooking the sea to a 1935s historic theater. Fort Worden sits on 95 acres and has something to offer for every couple.

White Lotus Farm & Inn

Website: White Lotus Farm & Inn

Max Capacity: 250

White Lotus Farm & Inn is a gorgeous flower farm in Port Townsend. They have both indoor and outdoor ceremony options. One of the best parts about this wedding venue is that they offer both floral arrangements and farm-to-table dinner options using fresh produce grown on the farm.

Other Olympic Peninsula Wedding Venues

Elkhorn Ranch

Website: Elkhorn Ranch

Max Capacity: 250

Elkhorn Ranch is located 2 miles down the road from Lake Quinault. It’s located on over 100 acres and has both indoor and outdoor spaces for ceremonies. This is one of my favorite spots because it’s secluded yet close to some of Olympic National Park‘s must-see sites like Lake Quinault and the nearby rainforest.

Lake Quinault Lodge

Website: Lake Quinault Lodge

Max Capacity: 80

If you’re the kind of couple looking for a truly unforgettable experience, I highly recommend checking out lake Quinault Lodge. Not only is the property gorgeous, but you’re steps away from the blue lake, lush green rainforest, and waterfalls. This is my go-to recommendation if you’re looking for a venue within Olympic National Park.

Olympic National Park

Website: Olympic National Park

Max Capacity: 3-50

Did you know you can get married within Olympic National Park for $50? It’s true! Sites like Hurricane Ridge, Ruby Beach, and Lake Crescent are great options for ceremonies with guests. You can even rent a campsite in popular places like the Hoh Rainforest for that extra touch of magic.

Looking for an Olympic Peninsula Wedding Photographer?

I’m Brianna. I specialize in intimate weddings and elopements around the Olympic Peninsula area. For information about what I offer, check out my packages page and inquire so I help make your vision come to life.

Don’t forget your FREE elopement guide!

An all-in-one planning guide for all things elopements! Whether you’re hoping to hike through the mountains of Washington or sip a margarita on the beaches of California, this comprehensive elopement guide has everything you need to know about how to plan the perfect elopement.

A girl holding a camera and smiling.

You? You’re the kind of person that gets a lil’ teary eyed looking at an epic view…

That moment when you turn to the person you’re with and ask, “Are you seeing this?” I live for it. Places with trees and mountains and soft breezes that make you say, “I can’t believe this place exists,” I spend pretty much all of my free time searching for and exploring them.

These places have always felt like home to me. And if you’re the kind of person who also feels more at home surrounded by trees than by people? Then we’ll get along really well. The Pacific Northwest is full of secret spots that are too special to share with just anyone. But it would make me happy to share them with you on your wedding day.

If the mountains/beaches/redwood forests are calling your name, go ahead…

(I promise you won’t regret it.)

P.S. I’m Brianna. My mission is to create custom, one-of-a-kind elopement experiences in the Pacific Northwest that allow couples to fully immerse themselves in the highest levels of excitement and wonder on a day designed exclusively for them.

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