You Won't Want to Miss These 12 Magnificent Wedding Venues in Oregon

Tie the knot in style in The Beaver State at one of these dreamy wedding venues.
Lauren Dana Ellman - The Knot Contributor.
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Lauren Dana Ellman
Lauren Dana Ellman - The Knot Contributor.
Lauren Dana Ellman
The Knot Contributor
  • Lauren is a contributor for The Knot covering topics such as music, cakes, venues and speeches.
  • She has been published in a wide array of lifetsyle-oriented publications including SELF and Allure.
  • Lauren is a proud graduate of Syracuse University's SI Newhouse School of Public Communication.
Updated May 20, 2024

Between its stunning stretches of shoreline, rolling acres of vineyards and tranquil forests, it's no wonder Oregon is considered one of the most picturesque states in the country. When it comes to the best wedding venues in Oregon, couples can take their pick of incredible options that run the gamut from wineries to historic homes to elegant ballrooms and beyond.

Additionally, couples planning a wedding in Oregon should keep in mind that The Beaver State is a four-season destination with warm, dry summers and chilly, rainy and snowy winters. As such, before booking your ceremony or reception venue, be sure to ask the vendor about any backup plans in case of inclement weather. (Like most Pacific Northwest states, Oregon is prone to rain). On a similar note, it's a great idea to choose an Oregon wedding venue with both outdoor and indoor event spaces to ensure you—and your guests—are covered (and we mean literally: Nobody wants to get soaked). Ahead, we've rounded up the best wedding venues in Oregon to suit every type of couple, and if you and your soon-to-be spouse need even more inspiration, look no further than The Knot Vendor Marketplace, where you can search Oregon wedding venues based on location, budget, capacity and more.

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Produce Row Cafe in Portland, Oregon

Produce Row Cafe is among the best wedding venues in Portland, Oregon thanks to its laid-back vibes, eclectic event spaces and top-notch cuisine. The private event space hosts weddings of up to 200 guests and is flooded with natural light to bring the outdoors in. The bustling patio is well-suited for smaller weddings (up to 100); alternatively, it serves as an excellent spot for cocktail hour. There's also the aptly named Mural Room—characterized by its namesake art nouveau mural—which accommodates up to 20 seated guests, making it ideal for elopements and micro-weddings.

Elk Lake Resort in Bend, Oregon

Situated within Deschutes National Forest, Elk Lake Resort is one of the most scenic wedding venues in central Oregon. Featuring a handful of indoor and outdoor event spaces, it's no wonder why this resort is considered one of the most striking wedding venues in Bend, Oregon. The North Shore ceremony site, which sits on a large private beach, provides the perfect setting for exchanging vows—and the idyllic lake views are just the icing on the cake. After tying the knot, head to the tented reception space to dance the night away with 150 of your nearest and dearest. Alternatively, consider the outdoor Hilltop Event space, which consists of six picnic tables and two tents. The Main Lodge, which offers a dining area, a dance floor and two outdoor decks, is equally impressive.

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Graduate Eugene in Eugene, Oregon

Graduate Eugene offers sweeping views of the city and surrounding region, making it one of our all-time favorite wedding venues in Eugene, Oregon. The property is also a great choice for large weddings since it can accommodate up to 1,400 people. While there are several on-site event spaces to choose from, the 12th-floor Vistas Ballroom and Rooftop is by far the most impressive. The contemporary ballroom, which offers floor-to-ceiling windows to let in plenty of natural light, can be designed to your liking, while alfresco ceremonies and cocktail hours can take place on the rooftop, which is adorned with romantic string lighting.

The Griffin House on the Columbia River Gorge in Hood River, Oregon

With its almost-otherworldly scenery and picturesque grounds, The Griffin House on the Columbia River Gorge—which accommodates soirees of up to 175 people—is, by far, among the most stunning Hood River, Oregon, wedding venues. Prior to saying "I do" out on the lawn, guests can gather on the Welcome Terrace. Post-ceremony, make a beeline for the expansive Eastern Lawn or the 2,600-square-foot clear tent, both of which serve as great reception spaces. Bonus: There's no need to shell out money on furniture rentals since couples who wed here have access to the venue's impressive furniture collection—including Moroccan rugs, sheepskins and some fun vintage pieces—to incorporate into their big day.

Springwater Lakes Estate in Oregon City, Oregon

Spanning 16 scenic acres of tranquil forests and crystal-clear lakes, this Oregon City wedding venue stands out for its postcard-worthy surroundings. Couples craving an authentic rustic-chic wedding can host their celebration inside the antique barn, which is outfitted with crystal chandeliers, exposed wood beams and twinkling string lights. The expansive barn doors open up to the garden area, where you'll find a gorgeous fountain that makes the perfect backdrop for photos. Springwater Lakes Estate accommodates up to 175 guests.

Hillcrest House in Medford, Oregon

As one of the most historic wedding venues in Medford, Oregon, Hillcrest House dates back more than a century. It also happens to be among the most picturesque wedding venues in southern Oregon thanks to its breathtakingly beautiful surroundings, which include landscaped grounds, beautiful vineyards and towering trees. Ceremonies can take place in the majestic gardens, while receptions and cocktail hours can be held alfresco on the lush lawns. The sprawling 250-acre all-inclusive wedding venue accommodates celebrations of up to 300 people.

The Reed Ballroom in Salem, Oregon

The Reed Ballroom—considered among the most sophisticated wedding venues in Salem, Oregon—exudes elegance in every sense. Spanning a total of 4,500 square feet, the third-floor ballroom, which dates back to the 19th century, accommodates up to 250 people. The space itself is spectacular, with high ceilings, hardwood floors and large windows overlooking the city and distant mountains. Crystal chandeliers add a touch of glamour, while exposed brick walls offer an industrial-chic flair.

Flinn Block Hall in Albany, Oregon

Flinn Block Hall is one of the most unique wedding venues in Albany, Oregon. The venue is located in the Historic Flinn Block, which, as you can guess by its name, is listed on the National Register of Historic Spaces. Today, the space, which can hold up to 226 seated guests, has been meticulously renovated and restored to its former glory with cream-colored walls, sparkling lights, tall ceilings and rustic brick accents. Plus, the striking spiral staircase is a great spot for wedding portraits.

Surfsand Resort in Cannon Beach, Oregon

To-be-weds in search of a beautiful beach wedding venue need look no further than Surfsand Resort, which is located in the coastal city of Cannon Beach. Host a toes-in-the-sand ceremony out on the wide, sandy beach area—which offers sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean and iconic Haystack Rock—before making your way to the 180-person ballroom, where you'll find the same jaw-dropping vistas. That's not all, though: Those who prefer a dreamy garden wedding can host their celebration just steps away from the property at the Haystack Gardens event space, which is surrounded by lush, colorful flora.

The Aerie at Eagle Landing in Happy Valley, Oregon

Thanks to its Instagram-worthy surroundings—think: rolling hills, serene wooded areas and towering trees—The Aerie at Eagle Landing is, hands down, one of our favorite wedding venues in Oregon. Couples can take their pick of exceptional event spaces: the Grand Ballroom, which is equipped with rustic wood beams and a timeless neutral-hued color palette, and The Cave (max: 100 people, open seasonally from May through October), which is situated amidst the trees. We'd also be remiss not to mention the Bellevue Garden, where couples can exchange vows under a romantic pergola while guests look on from the lawn and dance the night away alfresco, and the Bellaire Greens, which hosts ceremonies for up to 300 people.

Aurora Vineyards in Aurora, Oregon

Located in the city for which it's named, Aurora Vineyards stands out as one of the dreamiest Oregon wedding venues. The winery wedding venue boasts several indoor and outdoor event spaces that hold anywhere from 40 to 280 of your nearest and dearest. The tiered amphitheater, flanked by trees and vineyards, is the perfect place to exchange vows. Afterward, head to the covered patio, courtyard or lawn for cocktail hour. The indoor reception space is bright and airy with dazzling chandeliers, while the 45-person Tasting Room and attached patio have a distinct rustic-chic vibe.

The Allison Inn & Spa in Newberg, Oregon

Set across 35 scenic hillside acres in the heart of the Willamette Valley wine country, The Allison Inn & Spa is the perfect spot for a truly memorable celebration surrounded by some of Oregon's most stunning landscapes. The 250-person Coppergold Ballroom offers an elegant setting for an indoor reception and it also features an attached patio. Outdoor ceremonies, meanwhile, can take place in the Estate Garden (max: 300 people) or Meadow Garden (max: 150 people). For intimate weddings and elopements, look no further than the Vineyard Overlook ceremony site (max: 10 people) and Chef's Garden reception space (max: 48 people).

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