UU Marin is a beautiful venue for your wedding ceremony and reception. A tour of our picturesque grounds begins at the courtyard, where you can sit next to a fountain and fish pond under a grove of mulberry trees. From there, a gravel path winds up a tri-level terrace, past flowers, herbs, and succulents, to a flagstone-paved area on top of the knoll. With a tall oak and an arbor as backdrops, this is a compelling spot for photos.

From the top of our hill, you can see a sweeping panorama of Marin, from San Pablo Bay on the east, wooded hills, and Terra Linda and Mt. Tamalpais to the south and west.

See UU Marin in the January issue of Marin Magazine. 

Why have your wedding or union at UU Marin?

1. Indoor and outdoor spaces large enough for more than 100 guests as well as several smaller, more intimate rooms. Bride and Groom at the Arbor

2. A facility that can be set up in a variety of ways to suit your needs.

3. Separate dressing rooms for both wedding parties with full-length mirrors.

4. Round and rectangular tables and chairs included at no additional charge.

5. A large kitchen with a professional range and plenty of counter space.

6. Reasonably-priced wedding packages with flexible hours to fit your event schedule.

7. Referrals to our preferred vendors’ list.

8. Quality hotels nearby for your out-of-town guests.

9. A large parking lot (65+ spaces) with security lighting.White banquet setting in the Fellowship Hall

10. Wheelchair-accessible main floor with accessible restrooms and baby changing station.

See Room Descriptions and Facility Maps

Sample Outdoor Procession Plans

Both of the following procession plans show seating for 100 guests but are easily modified to accommodate up to 200.
Courtyard Ceremony – Procession A: This is a longer procession from behind our beautiful fish pond.
Courtyard Ceremony – Procession B: This procession begins from our Fireside Room.

Welcoming Congregation

Because UU Marin is a Welcoming Congregation, we are happy to help you plan your special day here. Watch this YouTube video about Unitarian Universalists and marriage equality.