Spokane Wedding Venues

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      Straddling the Pacific Northwest and the Midwest with easy access to Montana and Idaho, Spokane wedding venues invite couples to embrace the mountainous landscape. Rustic lodges, luxurious spa resorts, and romantic...Read more historic cottages all make up the options available with Spokane wedding venues in eastern Washington.

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      Spokane Wedding Venues: Your Wedding Venue Planning Guide for Spokane, WA and Beyond

      Let your love be complemented by the beauty of Spokane, Washington, on your wedding day. This picturesque city in the Pacific Northwest is home to the Spokane River as well as an abundance of urban attractions. Whether your relationship blossoms outdoors or indoors, there are wedding venues in Spokane that will suit you and your partner's style.

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      People in the Pacific Northwest are known for incorporating their personalities into their weddings. Follow suit by booking a venue that reflects your unique relationship with your fiancé(e).

      There are an abundance of gardens, wineries and ranches for those looking to include the great outdoors in their Big Day. Boutique hotels, renovated barns and rooftop pavilions abound for the contemporary couple. You'll also have your pick of theaters, museums and other city landmarks if you so choose. Of course, you always have the option to rent out a country club, hotel or ballroom if you prefer to go for a more traditional setting.

      Have you considered how much of your wedding budget you'll put toward a venue? The average cost of a wedding in Spokane runs from around $12,000 to $20,000. Typically, the venue is one of the largest costs, coming in at around 50 percent of your overall budget. Plan accordingly so you're not surprised when the bills add up for your special day.

      Travel and Accommodation in Spokane

      Eight miles southwest of downtown Spokane is the Spokane International Airport. This is the closest travel hub for people arriving from out of town, although there are several other domestic airports in the surrounding area. Spokane has rail and bus services that are provided by Amtrak and Greyhound, but the easiest way to get around is by renting a car in the city. If you and your guests are staying in Spokane, consider reserving a hotel block for your wedding festivities. That way, you know there are plenty of rooms available for your guests and those in attendance can coordinate at the hotel when it's time to travel to the Spokane wedding venue of your choice.

      If you're looking for a nearby honeymoon destination or your guests are interested in a bit of sightseeing, recommend Walla Walla, Washington, which is 150 miles southwest of Spokane. Additionally, Seattle is a bit farther away, 279 miles west of the city, but is a bustling urban destination with natural and manmade attractions to enjoy with your loved ones.

      Weather Forecast for Spokane

      Spokane experiences all four seasons to the fullest in the lush, green climate of the Pacific Northwest. Choose a season to wed in that matches your style. Do you envision your first kiss set against a backdrop of vibrant autumn leaves, or do you imagine saying "I do" in the heat of a summer's day? Winters in Spokane include snow, but there are plenty of indoor venues that will allow you to escape the cold. This region of the country is known for experiencing rainfall nearly year around, so no matter when you get hitched in Washington, be sure to have an umbrella on hand.

      Ready to experience Spokane with your betrothed? Utilize the planning tools here on WeddingWire to make progress toward planning your wedding day. With the beauty of the Pacific Northwest, your loved one by your side and the unique planning aids available, your Big Day will feel like something out of a fairytale.

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