Five Destination Wedding Resorts in the Pacific Northwest

By Sally Kilbridge - 2013-05-01T17:39:40Z

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Tu Tu' Tun Lodge

Party spaces: Most couples do buy-outs and spend two or three days sprawling around the resort’s nine acres of walking paths and gardens. Have the ceremony overlooking the river, the reception in the main lodge’s dining room, drinks on the terrace, and lunch by the pool.

For guests on a budget: There are a few B&Bs and small ranches in the area, and Tu Tu’ Tun will be happy to make inquiries. Good news for families: The hotel waives its ten-years-and-older policy for children when the property is reserved exclusively for a wedding.

One more thing: The Rogue is famous for chinook, coho, and steelhead salmon, and even fishing newbies find casting a line in these waters is addictive.

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