Stunning natural beauty.
All your guests together.
IslandWood is the quintessential rustic Pacific Northwest backdrop for your wedding. A convenient 35-minute ferry ride from Seattle, we offer exclusive use of our gorgeous, private, and tranquil 250-acre property. You and your guests can roam and explore our forested trails, pond, meadow, garden, two treehouses, suspension bridge and canopy tower. The natural beauty of our property is surpassed only by the simple, thoughtful elegance of our kitchen’s cuisine. And you can feel good knowing that by having your wedding at IslandWood, you’re supporting exceptional environmental education. What could be better than creating the memories of a lifetime while making positive change in the world?
We only host one wedding per weekend – intentionally – so that you and your guests have our undivided attention. A dedicated planner from our team will work side-by-side with you to bring your vision to life. We’re obsessed with the details and the little touches that create memorable, magical moments. Once your day arrives, we’ll have planned and organized to perfection, allowing you the space to relax and truly be present for your celebration.
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Every bite matters. This simple yet highly intentional philosophy guides Chef Jim White’s approach to dining at your wedding. Together with you, we create personalized menus that are served family style and showcase local, organic, and sustainably sourced ingredients, including some items fresh from our garden. Our kitchen specializes in meeting a wide range of dietary needs and preferences with inspiration and creativity.
Having your wedding at IslandWood means keeping all your guests together, in one place, for your entire weekend. Our four sleeping lodges combine the comfort of modern accommodations with the natural rustic beauty of the Northwest. The lodges have a total of 53 guestrooms, each with a private bathroom, and can sleep up to 200 guests. Each lodge has a spacious great room with a fireplace and seating for gathering, game-playing, reading, and relaxing. Our Guest Cottage is included in the wedding site fee and features two separate guestrooms, each with a private bath and a living room with a stone fireplace and kitchenette.
There are so many beautiful spaces at IslandWood for you to create magical moments. Between our Dining Hall, Great Hall, Welcome Center, Art Studio, Friendship Circle Campfire, Garden, Meadow, and trails there are so many gorgeous places to bring together your guests to celebrate!
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Hiking, trail running, garden tours, canopy tower climbing, scavenger hunts, art activities, and yoga are all available right on our property. And kayaking, sailing, fishing, paddleboarding, beach wandering, mountain biking, and miles and miles of more hiking are available within minutes of IslandWood. We can also arrange for pampering – massage, hair, nails – on site so that you and your guests can enjoy slowing down after your adventures.
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By choosing to have your wedding at IslandWood, you’re not only selecting an amazing venue, you’re changing the world for good! The events we host help generate the critical resources necessary to ensure that all students and schools, regardless of their capacity to pay, can participate in our environmental education programs. By having your wedding here, you’re creating a positive impact that will be felt far beyond your wedding day.
At IslandWood, we celebrate and welcome the love of all couples. Inclusion and equity are pillars of our organization and we are committed to providing a safe and welcoming space where everyone is honored, valued, and respected. We do not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, marital, family, pregnancy status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or veteran status.
IslandWood creates a stunning backdrop for all your photo opportunities. Check out our wedding Instagram account to see all the different ways your wedding will be magical at IslandWood.