Did you get engaged over Valentines Day?

Tigard WeddingIt should come as no surprise that February is one of the most popular months for couples to get engaged.  In fact, roughly 10 percent of couples in the United States choose Valentine’s Day to pop the question.

If you were among the many that got engaged this Valentines Day, congratulations!

Luckily, brides-to-be have a number of dream wedding locations to choose from throughout the Portland area, especially in Washington County.  From vineyards to traditional churches to historic buildings, there is something for every taste and budget.

Here are some recommendations to get you started!

  • Visit the Washington County Visitor’s Association list of local venues. The WCVA’s Wedding Wonderland Page contains great suggestions for vineyards and other unique and special locations well suited for for your big day!
  • Consider Hosting Rehearsal Dinners, Showers and Parties at Bridgeport Village. We love Bridgeport Village because it is elegant, unique, service oriented and convenient to our guests.  The center also provides a variety of popular restaurants to suite any taste and budget.  You may also want to consider booking one of their specialty salons and spas to pamper your bridal party on the big day!
  • Consider the Service Options Available at The Grand Hotel in Bridgeport.   There are numerous reasons we are a great choice to host your important event. Wedding guests love our amenities (Free WiFi, Indoor Pool, Hot Tub, Workout room, and hot breakfast buffet to name a few). Our committed staff will provide the outstanding service you deserve to make your day perfect.  We also offer special group rates when you reserve a block of rooms.
  • Utilize Local Wedding Planners and Search for Vendors Recommended by the WCVA and Local Merchants.   Visit the WCVA Wedding Venue and Services Finder to locate the perfect venue and find caterers, photographers and more.



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