McMenamins Old Church & Pub offers a family-friendly pub - a historic renovated church, a McMenamins brewery, and an outdoor amphitheater for your unique and special wedding day celebrations! Today, the interior of the pub is filled with unusual artwork and colorful murals. The architecture harkens back to the original ferry dock, what with its huge wooden pillars and cross beams overhead.
The Old Church is an event space located in downtown Portland's West End cultural district. This Victorian-era church has dramatic cathedral ceilings, chandeliers, and stained glass windows. You and your guests will be swept away in an air of romance. The Old Church can host your wedding ceremony in the classic church room.
Oaks Pioneer Church, originally St. John’s Episcopal Church, was built in 1851 and moved to the edge of Sellwood Park in 1961. It has been carefully and lovingly restored by the Sellwood-Moreland Improvement League and is now listed as a Portland Historical Landmark and in the National Register of Historic Places.
Tillamook United Methodist Church is a quaint retreat in Tillamook, Oregon. Your wedding day can be marked by rest and tranquility when you host your ceremony inside the sanctuary. Enjoy the warmth of friends and the support of your loving community as you and your beloved exchange vows bathed in light. The church's sanctuary offers a simple, elegant, and classic, chapel-style setting.
Tucked away on the corner of NE Summer and NE 23rd Avenue in Portland, the Little Church offers a uniquely quaint space for hosting your intimate nuptials! Located right in the famous Alberta Art District one block north from the main strip, this cute hideaway right in the middle of the big city provides couples with an adorable venue that is sure to impress guests with its warmth and sincerity.
Your fairytale wedding exists! Be royalty for the day and exchange your vows in the historic United Presbyterian Church of Albany. The church recently celebrated the centennial of its beautiful facility and now you have a chance to make your wedding celebration a part of its rich history.
Built in 1923, the Old Laurelhurst Church is an outstanding example of Spanish Colonial Revival-style architecture, and the perfect location for your new beginning as husband and wife. With an arcaded entrance, your soon-to-be husband will be in awe as you walk into the church and down the aisle.
Just outside Oregon City, you will find The Pioneer Church at the Baker Cabin Historic Site, where you will feel as if you’re transported back into the 1800s. Charming and rustic, this historic site sets the perfect idyllic backdrop for your special day.
The Mid-Willamette Valley is a unique place filled with historic treasures. The Willamette Heritage Center is a fun place to step back in time as you celebrate your wedding day. The early settlement buildings from the 1840s will have you and your guests excited to explore. WHC has a variety of meeting spaces that may be used for both your wedding ceremony and reception.
Church/Temple weddings are a pleasure for guests and a magical dream come true for brides and grooms.
There is just something so timeless and gorgeous about Church/Temple weddings in Oregon.
Church/Temple wedding venues make for some of the most romantic celebrations, bringing families together in a peaceful, serene setting.
Church/Temple weddings are perfect for large parties, intimate gatherings, or even a whimsical elopement.