Planning your wedding is one of the most exciting and stressful processes you’ll ever undertake with your beloved. To reduce your worries about finding the ideal wedding location, keep these three questions in mind as you tour venues and explore the pros and cons of each.
Will You Be the Only Bride?
Some wedding halls host multiple wedding receptions per day. While most are well-organized and brides rarely run into each other, perhaps you want something more intimate and cozy for you and your guests to enjoy.
Would You Like the Option of an Outdoor Ceremony or Pictures?
Finding a reception venue that offers unique outdoor ceremony space and views for wedding photos is hard to do, and even harder if you also want convenient backup arrangements in case of rain. If this is important to you, you’ll want to make your decision and formalize a contract with your venue quickly.
Is Working with a Local, Family-Owned Business Important to You?
All wedding reception venues strive to give couples and their guests attentive service. But a wedding is a landmark event in the lives of two families, and having your day supported by the work of a family-run venue ensures not just attentive service but personal service.
Are You Seeking a One-of-a-Kind Wedding Location in Snohomish County?
Olympic View Estates is a family-owned outdoor wedding venue that also welcomes celebrations of all kinds. Our naturally beautiful site is the perfect place for special occasions like business events, awards ceremonies, reunions and anniversary parties. With our years of experience, plenty of covered gathering space, and a network of preferred wedding vendors that offer everything you need for an amazing day, we’re proud to offer you impeccable service in a heavenly location. Contact us today to learn more and schedule a convenient tour of our wedding location that offers everything you need for a beautiful day, rain or shine!
Picturesque Wedding Location for the Celebration of a Lifetime in Snohomish County
Serving the brides, businesses and people of Snohomish and King Counties