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Heronswood Weddings & Events

31912 Little Boston Rd NE
Kingston, WA 98346

Heronswood Weddings & Events

Heronswood® Garden, the famed botanical garden located in Kingston, Wash., is a gorgeous and naturally romantic backdrop for weddings and receptions.

Featuring acres of stunning plants that change with the season as well as natural archways and elegant garden design, Heronswood is a one-of-a-kind location on the Kitsap Peninsula. Recognized internationally for its beauty and diversity, Heronswood’s display garden is comprised of a highly regarded collection of rare and unique plants, which attract visitors from all over the world.

Garden atmosphere combined with great culinary cuisine, and exceptional staff to take care of you on your special day. Heronswood has over 8,000 plants of all types, shape, sizes, fragrances, and colors. ceremonies can be held in multiple spots in the world renown garden. Unique locations include the Potager Garden, or on one of the lawns.

We can accommodate ceremonies from 50 to 180.  We also feature a large 40 by 60-foot custom wedding tent for receptions that includes tables and white wedding chairs. Custom packages include garden house with bridal suite, and grooms quarters, white wedding chairs, tables and chairs, linens, stage, dance floor, lighting packages, bar, tall cocktail tables and wine barrels.

To arrange a visit, contact Shelby Nelson.

 

 


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