13 Breathtakingly Beautiful Wedding Venues in Oregon
If you live in Oregon, or even if you’ve just visited, you know this Western state certainly doesn’t lack beautiful areas to explore. And for many Oregon couples, it’s important to include the state’s stunning landscape into their wedding day, whether it’s lush forest, mountain views, or the rugged coastline.
While the weather in Oregon can be incredible at times, it can also be tricky to plan around when it comes to weddings. With that, it’s even more important to find the ideal venue to suit your needs.
To help you plan the most remarkable Oregon wedding, we turned to local planner Shauna Karver. “People who get married in Oregon want to show off all the beauty that comes with being in the Pacific Northwest—the mountains, the sweeping landscapes, the ocean. September and October have become the sweet spot with the incredible weather and breathtaking views that come with the seasonal change from summer to fall.” However, no matter the month you choose to say “I do” it’s still helpful to have backup plans for heat, rain, and even snow.
Meet the Expert
Shauna Karver is the owner and creative director behind J29 Events, a full-service wedding planning and event design company.
Getting married in Oregon offers a huge range of venue options, whether you’re hoping for simplicity, or something elaborate. And your terrain can certainly vary as well. According to Karver, pricing ranges between $10,000 to $12,000 for many venues, but those also typically include furniture and rentals. Many other venue options can certainly meet a smaller budget ranging from $500 to $3,000. It all depends on the season, location, and what’s included.
Ready to find the perfect venue for your Oregon wedding? Read on for the 13 best wedding venues in the state.
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