Wedding Venues with a Scenic View
Earlier this year I shared with you the statistics of my 2016 weddings, which was a popular post for me. In February, The Knot released its annual findings based on the survey it sent to couples who married in 2016. You can read the entire wedding report if you like. One part that stood out to me was about wedding venues. Here is what The Knot reported:
Ceremony and reception locations are becoming even more important as couples plan a personalized wedding that’s a true reflection of their personalities and relationship together. Forty-eight percent said that having a reception venue with a scenic backdrop or locale was the top priority, while having both an indoor and outdoor space was most important for 30% of couples.
I could not agree more with these survey results. Many couples come to me wanting to find a wedding venue with a view, but also a good back up plan. Luckily, there is no shortage of wedding venues scenic backdrop (of either monuments or water or both) in the Washington DC area. Here is a short list of some of my favorites!
The terrace at the Daughters of the American Revolution has a fantastic view! As does the roof top at Old Ebbitt Grill! Both are conveniently located in downtown Washington DC. Photos by Stephen Bobb and Abby Jiu.
Why look at the water when you can be on the water? Charter the presidential yacht, the USS Sequoia out of either Southwest Washington DC or Old Town Alexandria. This is ideal for groups of 30 or less. Photo by Michelle Lindsay.
And there are so many more. Below is a list, but I’m sure I’ve missed some! What wedding venues with a view did you consider for your wedding? I’ve done other round ups of wedding venues in the past. You can check out my 2015 wedding reception venues, my 2016 wedding venues, and wedding venues for 200 guests or more.
The Line Hotel (coming soon)
District Winery (coming soon)