Anderson House is Washington’s most elegant and exclusive wedding venue. We can’t divulge the names of the couples that have celebrated their unions here, but it reads like a who’s who of Washington life. If you can persuade the president to lend you the White House for your wedding, we suggest you book it. If not, we suggest Anderson House, where presidents have entertained princes and kings.
Where else in Washington can you find a soaring private ballroom with a flying marble staircase perfect for a dramatic entrance? Where else in Washington is there a walled garden with a reflecting pool, presided over by a three-hundred-year-old Japanese Buddha and graced by two of the city’s oldest magnolia trees? Where else in Washington is there a mansion filled with secret passageways? And no, we’re not telling—they wouldn’t be secret then, would they? You’re looking for a romantic setting for a once-in-a-lifetime event. Why not an unforgettable, one-of-a-kind place?
Wedding Event Rates and Capacities
During April 1-June 30 and August 15-November 15:
$14,000 for Saturday
$13,000 for Friday and Sunday
During January 1-March 31, July 1-August 14 and November 16-December 31:
$13,000 for Saturday
$12,000 for Friday and Sunday
Inquire about lower rates for weddings not serving alcohol, having 70 or fewer guests, receptions without dancing, or use of a DJ in lieu of a live band.
- Up to 130 guests may be accommodated for a wedding ceremony, reception, seated dinner and dancing.
- Guest arrival time is not before 6 p.m., whether for a ceremony or cocktail hour, and departure time is not later than 11 p.m.
- Includes a maximum 8-hour block of vendor time, including load-in and load-out, with a standard load-in time of 4 p.m.
Director of Marketing and Communications