District Winery Wedding FAQs

The entirety of the mezzanine, second floor, and second floor terrace are exclusively used for your wedding. You will also have access to a private wedding suite located on the first floor, which comes complete with an en suite bathroom.
 

Yes, both the mezzanine and second floor have restrooms exclusively for guests.

The event space shares an entrance and lobby with the public. The mezzanine and second floor are private and dedicated solely to your event. 

The restaurant is a separate space on the first floor. The event space, located on the mezzanine and second floor, does not share any space with the restaurant. The mezzanine has windows overlooking the restaurant. 

We are set up to host beautiful indoor ceremonies as a back up plan for ceremonies intended to take place on our terrace. Ceremonies will also be held indoors during the off season. 

We take care of many details on your wedding day, but we require that you have someone as a go-to contact for the day of your wedding. This person will be the point person for our event manager to coordinate specific details and address any questions. This does NOT mean you need a wedding planner. We just need someone you trust!

Yes. You are welcome to take pictures at District Winery during the two hours before your event when your wedding suite has been opened.

Absolutely—you are more than welcome to use your own vendors for flowers, photography, and music. We do have exclusive vendors for any additional lighting or sound that you need, as well as other preferred vendors that we recommend. We require that all vendors provide a valid certificate of insurance.

Depending on the size of your band or DJ setup, the dance floor will be roughly 400-500 square feet and is ample space for a wedding up to 200 people. Exact configuration for your wedding will be determined with the help of your event manager.

Yes; please visit our Preferred Partners page for DJs and bands.

Unfortunately we do not allow iPod music for weddings. All wedding music must be provided by a DJ or a live band with sound equipment.

We provide table side wine service during dinner. Each table will have a dedicated server. Guests are welcome to go to the bar for drinks, but are not required to do so.

Unfortunately, hosting a ceremony only is not an option in our event venue.

Vodka, gin, rum, bourbon, whiskey, and scotch are all available in your wedding open bar. All are top shelf.

All alcohol must be supplied by District Winery. You may not bring any outside alcohol in.

Yes! You're welcome to bring in a cake or other desserts to supplement the assorted mini bites included with your package. We will add the items to the spread.

The Yards has many paid parking lots around District Winery. We are also working on securing valet parking contacts and will list them on our preferred partners page as soon as possible.

Yes! Executive Chef Michael Gordon creates hearty, delicious vegetarian options for those who choose not to eat meat. You can let us know how many vegetarian guests you have when you give us your final guest count.

Of course! We're thrilled to offer a selection of District Winery wines at all events.

We are happy to host rehearsal dinners, along with any other type of wedding-related party such as an engagement party or bridal shower.

Outside vendors can arrive five hours prior to the start of your wedding. Your event manager will be able to speak with your vendors directly about this.

Outside vendors must remove all items within one hour after the wedding ends. Nothing can be left at District Winery overnight. We ask that couples be sure that all personal items and gifts are removed from the space upon departure.

We do require that you assign seating for your wedding based on floor plans that we provide. Assigned seating is very helpful in making sure your event runs seamlessly and that guests are comfortable.

There are several options we can offer depending on the space needed for your photo booth.

We are happy to display favors for you. We'll set them up during dinner service so that they're available to guests at the end of the evening.

There are several options for the timing of speeches. We can have them either after the salad course is served or after the main course is served. We do recommend limiting your guests to 3 speeches, as it works best for timing. If you have many guests you wish to honor, the rehearsal dinner can be a great time to do so.

Yes, all rooms are ADA compliant with wheelchair access and our venue has an elevator.