February 15, 2018 | By Jackie Luskey | No Comments

Plan a Tualatin Valley Wedding

February always teases us with a few spring-like days. Yes, love is in the air. Accordingly, nearly a quarter of a million couples get engaged on Valentine’s Day. Cue the wedding magazines and Pinterest boards.

Pacific Northwest couples gravitate toward Tualatin Valley for nuptials with killer views, venues, and vino for the best day of your life. We’re sharing a few of our favorite venues below that also happen to be great for non-wedding weekends (i.e. come visit even if you’re not walking down the aisle anytime soon).

Your sweet day can be even sweeter here. Photo: McMenamins Grand Lodge

Rustic Charm Wedding

We love the creative spirit of our brides, which shines through in their choice of venues: rustic beauty whimsically intertwines with modern style. Such is the case with Hillsboro’s McMenamins Cornelius Pass Roadhouse & Imbrie Hall. The 1850s roadhouse includes an octagonal barn that is darn right magical when laced with twinkle lights.

Laid-Back Wedding Venues

For a joyous, boho wedding day, look no further than Horning’s Hideout. Exchange vows by the lake, along a tree-lined creek, or on the same outdoor stage as the famed Northwest String Summit. With 24-hour rentals, guests can celebrate into the night and to camp under the stars.

Vineyard Wedding Venues

With great Pinot Noir, the Tualatin Valley ensures some of the best wedding bars. Wineries like A Blooming Hill Vineyard & Winery host intimate wedding parties and rehearsal dinners.

Golf Course and Country Club Wedding Venues

The Reserve Vineyards & Golf Club promises a picturesque black-tie affair. Lovebirds tie-the-knot on the wildflower-bordered patio. For the party, the clubhouse is like celebrating in an Oregon-style castle.

Of course, your wedding guests are going to need somewhere amazing to stay. We can help with that, too. 

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