15 total reviews
This venue was perfect for our wedding. We had it at the Robinswood house. It was spetacular at night with their twinkle lights and beautiful landscaping. The venue was VERY affordable and we saved a great deal in decorating costs because the venue was so beautiful on it's own. Many people commented on how perfect this venue was.
We were married at the Robinswood House in July 2011. We had a beautiful, sunny day that made the venue stand out. We fell in love with the foliage on the grounds and the rustic feel of the venue.
We did have a couple of times that the coordinator forgot to pencil us in for our rehearsal time, but other than that everyone was very helpful. The price is also very affordable. We would only change the hours, very short time span, we ended up buying extra hours so the wedding day didn't feel rushed.
I loved that it had indoor and outdoor space - but more outdoor space than anything. We were married in a gorgeous sunken English garden - surrounded by flowers and trees. There are two patios for the reception. We had tables, guest book table, etc. on one and cocktail tables and dancing on the other. I would recommend visiting the location!;The wine list is horrible! The wines on their list are cheap and not good - you definitely would not want to serve them to your guests! I would recommend spending the extra money and ordering wines off their list.
I can't say enough good things about Robinswood House!
The service we received from Seattle Bride was wonderful. Cate was very easy to get a hold of and completely honest and open with everything from the very beginning. We never came across any hidden costs that many of the other places we looked at tried to keep hidden. Mike was also great; he worked with us to get the wine list finalized with specific wines we wanted and even went above and beyond when we had an issue with the bartending service.
This was a beautiful venue to have our summer wedding and all of our guests were super impressed. The gardens are beautiful!
We definitely got a bang for our buck!
If you’re looking for an outdoor venue, Robinswood House is a beautiful location. Even locals aren’t aware that it’s there! It’s a hidden gem.
We were married on August 9, 2014 and we couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day. With such a beautiful venue, there wasn’t much that we had to do with flowers. The cost of the venue includes the table rentals, but most everything else is a package or a la carte. We did rent the whole day, as the 10 am - 4 pm or 6 pm - 12 am times did not work for us. We didn't want to feel rushed
Cate was our primary contact and was extremely responsive, even if I wrote multiple emails in a day. Mike was the coordinator on site on the day of, and everything was set up as requested. We had even made a change the day before for the location of some items with no issues.
You do have to purchase your alcohol through the venue, but we felt that there were good choices with the higher level package. We did use more white wine (warm day) than expected, but Mike brought out more, as well as more beer, with the cost being deducted from our security deposit. (This was something that Mike discussed with us prior to opening the extras). That did mean that I took home a few bottles of red!
Our wedding was indoors in mid October and we had about 50 guests. The venue was cozy but not too crowded. The staff were helpful and quick to respond to communications prior to the wedding. I really enjoyed the day and I was so happy to be in such a beautiful place.
What a beautiful site. Everything was so lovely for our wedding. I wouldn't have changed that. I was looking for a venue that was a little more within our budget than most outdoor venues seemed to be, so I was excited to find Robinswood. However, the low price was because it was only for half a day. And then there were a lot of little things that kept piling up. They have tables, but they charge a fee to set them up per table. They have chairs, but they're only for indoor use, and their nice chairs are way more expensive than renting them, but they don't allow you to drop rental items outside of your rental time.
They provide the alcohol (just wine/beer/cider), which is good and bad. You don't have to worry about providing it (and can blame it on the venue when anyone asks why there isn't hard a!)But they also don't allow outside non-aloholic drinks. Our caterer provided them for cheaper.
A required list of caterers, so that was a bit of a bummer, but ours was amazing and within our budget. (Joanie's for the win!).
The staff was really friendly and helpful, and I always got prompt responses to my questions. I guess I'd just hope that in the future they would work on the details with the bride a little more up front.
This venue was perfect for my wedding size (we ended up with 68 guests) and day (July 21). The English Garden is absolutely gorgeous; the whole venue is surrounded by trees and flowers that make for a wonderful outdoor summer wedding. 6:00pm was a perfect start time for this day of the year. And it helped that the weather was perfect!!
When looking for a ceremony/reception site, we wanted a place that was already beautiful and needed very little extra decor. Robinswoood is that place! The grounds are kept so nice with beautiful flower beds and hanging baskets. It located in a public park but there's tons of privacy due to the landscaping and you don't even hear anything else. All of our guests commented on this gorgeous space.
From the time we booked Robinswood to the day of our wedding, we dealt with 3 different wedding coordinators. Somehow nothing was missed in all the transition and we ended up working with Krystie who was SUPER helpful and very easy to work with. I was a little concerned that she wasn't going to be there on the actual day, but her staff was fantastic and everything turned out perfect.
The only reason to not give a 5 star rating is the times you can book the space and the fact that they do 2 weddings a day there. The time slots are 10a-4pm or 6p-12midnight so if you want to have a ceremony before 7pm you have to book the whole day. We decided on the late ceremony and the timing worked out well in the end.
Overall I would definitely recommend this venue to a future bride and groom!
I planned my wedding from 300 miles away, so I had a hard time finding a venue. I fell in love with Robinswood House through pictures online, and it was the perfect size for my small wedding. It was also one of the least expensive locations in the area, so I was thrilled. I attended the special event and met with the 8 preferred caterers, and I feel that the selection of quality and price is quite good among those 8 caterers. I immediatly put my name down for our wedding day and made a down payment.
The only thing that frustrated me at first is that they were not upfront about their extra costs. I ended up paying for a security deposit that was not disclosed anywhere except the invoice I recieved when my payment was due. I had to pay several hundred dollars for extra hours, because a 4 hour time slot is not enough for a wedding. I also had to wait until 2 weeks prior to my wedding in order to reserve those hours, with the chance all along that someone might reserve them for their own wedding earlier in the day. I could have paid for the entire other half of the day, but I took my chances. Luckily it all worked out (not many weddings on Mondays I guess).
The next thing that frustrated me was that the chairs on site are not included in the rental. You have to pay to rent them, and if you want them set up there is another fee (per chair), and if you need them moved during the event there is another fee! They also have tables on site for free, but if you need those set up you can be sure that you'll pay for it.
The beer and wine list they provide is the only option for alcohol unless you want to pay corkage fees, and there is absolutely no liquor allowed. If you want a champagne toast, there is an extra fee.
I am not saying that they are not worth working with, because everyone is extremely helpful and professional. The location is so beautiful that I only purchased bouquets and saved hundreds on flowers. The tent was expensive, but still on par with all the competitors prices and was actually in quite good shape. The area is well lit, so there is not much need for twinkle lights or lamps. All in all it was a beautiful wedding and looked exactly as I hoped, but it sure would have cost a lot if I hadn't found ways around those fees (I work for a rental company, and ended up hauling IDENTICAL chairs all the way to the wedding).
My caterer, Epicurean, was actually what saved the day. They set up all the tables and chairs (for no extra fee) and moved them after the ceremony. They provided linens for their tables and the DJ table, and they helped my family clean up the site afterward. What service!
I would recommend Robinswood to someone that wants a small, simple wedding and doesn't mind expanding their budget for random costs that pop up last minute.
We had our wedding at Robinswood on Aug 20th 2011. The space was absolutly beautiful and the grounds we perfectly kept. Prior to the wedding, I attended many of the monthly open houses and found the staff to be very helpful... they were very patient and informative and even managed to be polite after my mother bombarded them with the same question over and over. They do make you choose caterers from a preferred list, but there were choices for multiple $ points. They also make you buy alcohol through them, but I didn't find their rates unreasonable. I really couldn't be happier with my experience there.
Beautiful place! Doesn’t need a lot of decorations if your wedding is in the summer because the gardens are amazing! Price is good but it doesn’t include much. No chairs, linen’s, etc. only includes tables. The time slots also make for a very early or late wedding. I had an evening wedding and it was so pretty with the Christmas lights but could have used a few more, some spaces seemed a little dark.
We held our wedding at Clise Mansion, in Marymoor Park, Redmond. Overall we had a great experience with Seattle Bride. They were very easy to work with, offered us great and quick information and were helpful and flexible. The Mansion was decorated for Christmas and we were allowed to use all the decor for our wedding which really saved on our floral budget. My only complaint would be that the free tables that were supplied were rather beaten up, and one even collapsed at the outset of our dinner. This could have been a human error in setting up the table, but it does seem that some of their basic equipment may need to be upgraded. If I had to do it all again, I would pick this same location and people to work with. They made our wedding beautiful and stress-free.
After finding my dream wedding location, and then having to start all over again with finding a new location because the other one wasn't quite available, we stumbled into Robinswood House, by Seattle Bride Premier Properties. I fell in love with the garden, the size, the different corners and options. We didn't have to think too long about it, and booked it for a June wedding.
We, and our guests were amazed by the looks, it was a true dream.
Enough parking space (the location is right by a big park, and it was a rainy day - I assume on sunny days parking might be a bit tougher, but they did close of the parking lot for our wedding)
Catering options are nice and diverse, Seattle Bride organizes tasting days, to present the 8 caterers that you can choose from for the wedding.
The weather forecast toyed with us, but with the tents and flexibility of our contacts at Seattle Bride, we got a last-minute rainplan well worked out.
Robinswood House was a big part of my dream wedding come true!
The Clise Mansion at Marymoor Park was a wonderful venue because it was so clean and classic. The hardwood floors and warm white walls were a blank canvas for our wedding. The fact that the interior is so elegantly understated allowed small historic details-- light fixtures from the '20s and beautiful windows-- to shine all the brighter.;Make sure you visit the site to see the measurements of each room in person, because the map is not perfectly to scale. Also, the lighting is lovely but does not work well for amateur photographers, who will need to use a flash.
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Historic Properties for Special Events
Robinswood House offers two spacious patios and sunken garden that offer a flower filled summer wedding site for up to 225 guests. Fireplaces, wood floors, paned windows, sweeping views of Robinswood Park, dancing under the stars, and privacy are just a few of the details you will find.
- Price Range: $$
- Amenities: Indoor Ceremony Area, Kosher Available, Liability Insurance, Liquor License, Onsite Parking, Outdoor Ceremony Area, Outdoor Reception Area, Tented Area, Wheelchair Accessible
- Capacity: Up to 250
- Style: Botanic Garden/Park, Mansion/Historic Site
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