Top DC Gay Wedding Venues
The Washington, DC area could be a great spot for your gay or lesbian wedding. There are dozens of fabulous LGBT-friendly wedding vendors in the D.C. area that would love to help you plan the perfect wedding.
Are you having trouble finding the right location for your ceremony or reception? Then you will benefit from our list of top DC gay wedding venues. These locations are carefully selected. They offer the best views and locations for your ceremony or reception. Choose from hotels, resorts, and scenic estates.
The Loft at 600 F – “Love is Love.”
The Loft at 600 F is located in the Penn Quarter / Chinatown neighborhood of DC. The historic building features exposed brick and high ceilings for an urban chic wedding. It is also within walking distance of the convention center and across the street from the Verizon Center. Three floors are available for your same-sex wedding.
President Lincoln’s Cottage – “For over 150 years, President Lincoln’s Cottage has fostered ideas on freedom and liberty.”
This historic cottage was built in the Gothic Revival style, back in 1842. You can choose from indoor or outdoor receptions. There is plenty of parking and the surrounding area offers peace and quiet that you will not find in the heart of DC. President Lincoln’s Cottage was awarded the best wedding vendor 2015 by Washingtonian Bride & Groom.
Top of the Hill at the ROA – “LGBT Friendly.”
Top of the Hill at the ROA is located at the intersection of First Street and Constitution Avenue. This is as close to the capitol as you will get when looking for a downtown same-sex wedding venue in Washington, DC. Enjoy your rehearsal dinner or wedding reception with a great view of the Capitol Dome and easy access to Union Station.
Josephine Butler Parks Center – “Everyone deserves an excuse for a great party. Love is love, celebrate yours with us.”
Another spot to consider booking for your wedding ceremony or reception is the Josephine Butler Parks Center. Located on 15th Street Northwest, the Parks Center is home to a beautiful mansion built in the Renaissance Revival style. It overlooks 12-acres of land and is the headquarters of Washington Parks & People – a non-profit group based in DC. The ballroom can hold up to 150 people, with smaller rooms available.
Now that you have explored some of the top DC gay wedding venues, you should browse our entire selection of gay wedding vendors in the DC area. Explore DC same-sex wedding vendors to find photographers, DJ’s, officiants, ministers, and other essential vendors for your DC wedding.