The City of Olympia, Washington’s beautiful capital city, is a lovely backdrop for your Olympia wedding day. With a lively, quaint, and picturesque downtown area and an abundance of venues to choose from, you can literally have a contemporary ceremony or take a more natural setting.
When you think about places to go for Olympia wedding venues, consider many of the affordable facilities operated by Olympia Parks, Arts, & Recreation. Find a variety of Olympia wedding venues for an indoor or outdoor Olympia wedding.
If you prefer an indoor Olympia wedding venue, the Olympia Center offers nine rooms to choose from and includes amenities such as sound systems, tables and chairs, coffee service, and two fully-equipped kitchens. Free parking is available on-site, and there’s even a large room available with a stage and private entrance.
The Harbor House on Percival Landing is a quaint building, perfect for small waterfront weddings, receptions and gatherings. And with the boardwalk, a playground, a grassy field, and Budd Inlet just steps away, there’s plenty of activities to help keep children occupied, as well as giving you and your guests a relaxing waterfront view when you step out for some fresh air. Minimum time increments are required (2 hour minimum during the week and 4 hour minimum on Saturdays and Sundays), but your rental comes with a variety of amenities including:
The Rose Garden at Priest Point Park is beautiful place to create a magical scene for your union. With gravel pathways and beautifully landscaped grounds, it’s a breathtaking sight to see any time of the year. In the spring you can find yourself surrounded by beautiful blooms, and in the autumn be taken aback by the crimson and gold leaves hanging on the trees. Although it is only suitable for small engagements, it will definitely be an Olympia wedding ceremony that will never be forgotten.
Contact city services for more information on having your waterfront wedding in Olympia.
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