Union Station. Thornewood Castle. Museum of Glass. Chambers Bay. Lakewold Gardens. Washington State History Museum. Hotel Murano. The Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center. The Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium. Rock Creek Gardens. Sanders Estate. The Weyerhaeuser Estate.

Tacoma's Top Wedding Venues is all about showing off amazing wedding photography at a dozen of the most beautiful and interesting places to get married in Tacoma and its neighboring cities of Lakewood, University Place, Puyallup and Auburn. All photos were created by Wallflower Photography, Tacoma's leading wedding photography studio that was named Best in Washington State by MyWedding.com.

It's a little-known fact that Tacoma, just 35 miles south of Seattle, is home to some of the Puget Sound region's most incredible wedding venues. As one of the Pacific Northwest's first major cities, and initially one of its most successful, the Tacoma area features several venues of impressive history and antiquated opulence. In the 21st Century, Tacoma has enjoyed an epic renaissance, with several new and unique wedding venues being just one result of massive improvement citywide.

Unlike with most for-profit wedding resource websites, TTWV members didn't buy their way onto this exclusive list. Simply put: They earned it. Who better to identify wedding venues worthy of being named Tacoma's Top Wedding Venues than Wallflower Photography, one of the Seattle region's most respected wedding photography studios — and proud to call Tacoma home.

Select Galleries in the menu above and pick a venue to peruse highlights from real-life weddings there. To learn more about the photographers responsible for the wedding images on this site, select About from the menu. To find contact information for Wallflower Photography and every wedding venue represented here, select Contact.