Get married in the beautiful chapel! The high, vaulted ceilings make a large, grand statement, while the overall size still allows for a more intimate feel. Seating is also available in the balcony. The stained glass windows are gorgeous and lovely for photos.
After the wedding, you and your guests can mingle in the lounge and garden courtyard. Enjoy appetizers and cocktails before the reception and relax knowing you have time for some family photographs. A bar and photo booth are great here as well! When dancing starts, there are always guests who come back to the lounge to continue their evening with quieter conversation by the fire. The courtyard is a fun outdoor space, connecting the lounge and reception hall. Perfect for photos and dancing under the stars!
The reception hall is perfect for your celebration! The party lights are always up, and we have chairs and tables for 160. The room can hold 180, possibly 200 sitting down. There is a kitchen for the caterer and a buffet room for your food. Check out that lustrous waxed floor! It is so wonderful to have the separate space in the same building; no awkward switching your ceremony and reception space halfway through!
Events on 6th has two romantic and relaxing dressing rooms for your comfort. Each has natural light for photos and is decorated with style. There is also a sitting room useful as a third dressing room, or a place for grandparents, children, or your officiant.
The building itself is stunning! There are so many wonderful architectural details, perfect for both couple and group photographs. The stone gives it a wonderful permanent feel; this building will be here for your 50th wedding anniversary! Your guests will feel welcome as they enter the formal entry and make their way into the chapel. What a beautiful building!
Finally, relax knowing you have the security of being inside a lovely building during any weather, but near to several parks for outdoor photos when the weather is lovely. Wright Park, Point Defiance Park and the Ruston Way waterfront are all short drives away.
Are you interested in the history of the building?
Short story: Built in 1924, with additions in the '60s.
Long story: Here's the info!