Hidden Gem Washington DC Wedding Venues
Today I am sharing with you some of my favorite Washington DC wedding venues, some you may not have heard of before! If you’re seeking something different from a traditional hotel or country club ballroom, these historic venues may be right up your alley!
See what makes them our picks below:
Hidden Gem Venues in Washington DC
One of the most beautiful venues in Washington DC - and it’s off the beaten track! The Meridian House provides you with gorgeous outdoor space (hello amazing tree grove!), while having a beautiful historic indoor space for your dinner and dancing. Guests can dine in the library, while you then enjoy dancing and cake cutting in the impressive foyer. And be sent off with a sparkler exit, with its stately entrance doors in background!
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The Anderson House is an ornate and impressive gem of a venue! Owned by The Society of the Cincinnati, this venue provides tours during the day and you may rent out the entire space for your wedding. With a regal entrance, guests are ushered into the Grand Staircase room or the gardens for your ceremony. With a beautiful pool, pebble stones, and a Buddha statue, you would not believe you are right in the heart of Washington DC! Dinner and dancing occurs in the magnificent ballroom, with a grand staircase to descend down as you are announced as husband and wife for the first time! Or, if the weather is right, guests can dine al fresco in candlelight around the pool!
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The Decatur House is right next to another well known house, The White House, but you would never guess as you as you can get married in the open-air courtyard with brick buildings spanning in the background. There is also a unique indoor space with ornate curves and arches that are begging to be uplit. If you’d rather not leave your gorgeous outdoor affair up to chance, rent a clear top tent for guests to still feel like they’re outside, but protected from the elements!
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