- What does a District Winery DC wedding cost?
- Venue Information
- Other Common Questions
- Accolades and Articles
- Host Your Wedding at District Winery
What does a District Winery DC wedding cost?
- The venue fee for District Winery ranges from $1,000 to $7,000.
- There’s also a per person price on top of that ranging from $150 to $200, depending on the number of guests.
- Their wedding package includes private use of the mezzanine, second floor, and terrace. It also includes a wedding suite, cocktail hour, sit-down dinner (family-style or plated), a spread of delicious mini-desserts, an open bar, decor (such as chairs, tables, linens, and a printed menu), and a District Winery event manager.
Please reach out to their event team for more recent and detailed information, including information on minimums.
The above pricing was sourced from The Venue Report.
The District Winery is (unsurprisingly) another one of my favorite DC wedding venues. Located along the Anacostia River, they describe this urban winery as a “modern, sophisticated, waterfront wedding venue with floor to ceiling windows, an outdoor terrace, and sweeping river views.”
The winery itself accommodates up to 200 wedding guests and includes a variety of charming spaces for wedding portraits. You also have access to the adjacent Yards Park which offers a completely different aesthetic. It’s a win-win for convenience and epic photos.
Other Common Questions
Will they provide the wine?
So, you’re asking if a winery will provide the wine? That’s cool. No judgement from me.
The answer is a resounding yes, and it’s all made on site!
When and where can we take photos?
We can take photos throughout the winery as early as two hours before the wedding begins. I recommend doing both the couple portraits as well the family group photos during this time.
Two of the best spots in the winery for portraits are the barrel room and the terrace, and family and friend groupings are best done on the second floor or the terrace. The adjacent Yards Park also offers many opportunities to create unique images.
What spaces do we have for our wedding and reception?
You and your guests have exclusive access to the mezzanine, second floor, and second floor terrace. The mezzanine doesn’t have much natural light, but makes up for it with its ambiance, an overhead view of the barrel room and restaurant, and its two(!) wine closets.
The second floor has floor to ceiling windows which provide ample natural light for indoor ceremonies, as well as a lovely view of Yards Park.
The wrap-around terrace includes a large deck area and continues along the front and side of the building. This area includes comfy couches and a fire pit. It’s the perfect spot to escape the loud music and craziness of dancing.
Can we choose our own vendors?
Yes! You can choose your wedding professionals (with the exception catering, alcohol, lighting, and sound). Bring the cake, bring the photographer, bring the band, bring the flowers, bring the DJ, and more!
You can see some of my favorite wedding pros here.
Can my dog be the ring bearer?
Unfortunately, pets aren’t allowed. So while you can bring a photo booth, you can’t bring your doggy kissing booth. If you really want some pet representation at your wedding, you can do what one of my couples did:
Is there parking near District Winery?
There is also limited street parking available but it’s very hard to find a spot on weekends since Yards Park is a popular spot.
What do we do if there’s inclement weather?
In other words, what if it rains?
Your wedding ceremony can easily be moved inside or under the retractable canopy on the terrace. You can also use the canopy on hot, sunny days to protect your guests from the UV rays.
Accolades and Articles
Finally, here are some articles and reviews about District Winery from major publications for your reading pleasure:
Host Your Wedding at District Winery
Interested in learning more about having your wedding at the District Winery DC?
District Winery is conveniently located at 385 Water St SE, Washington, DC 20003. As I mentioned before, there’s ample parking, but it’s also metro accessible via the Navy Yard-Ballpark station on the Green Line (about a 7 minute walk).
I’m Chris and I’m a Washington DC wedding photographer. My mission is to capture bold, modern, and distinctive photos for unconventional couples. I want to make you look epic, awesome, amazing, beautiful, and dapper – all the things you like and none of the things you don’t. Most importantly, I want to capture what makes you you.
You can see the pricing and details for other Washington DC wedding venues here.