Historic wedding venues are ideal for couples who want to host an event in a truly unique space with abundant charm. Whether it’s a historic home, a vintage-style ballroom, or a treasured landmark, there are lots of historic wedding venues to suit every style. You can tailor your theme to match a historic wedding venue’s history, making your big day all the more special.
Fernwood is a rustic wedding venue in Scottsboro, Alabama. The former family home, build in 1924 with Greek Revival architecture, is nestled on a 2-acre estate, with the historic Scottsboro Town Square located accessibly nearby. Listed on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage, the estate... (Historic Weddings Scottsboro)
Ardmore Station is a mid 20's building located in Ardmore, Alabama that has been restored without losing all the original charm and character. The historical texture of the building provides a beautiful backdrop for any occasion. An abundance of windows provides unique lighting choices to... (Historic Weddings Ardmore)
Song Ranch Manor is a historic wedding venue located in Sheffield, Alabama. Built in 1917 and renovated in 2011, the space has the charm of its original creation but with a modern touch. The venue can host intimate gatherings with a romantic ambiance, creating your dream wedding day. The team is... (Historic Weddings Sheffield)
Bama Bed and Breakfast Weddings is a historic wedding venue located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, just two blocks from Bryant Denny Stadium. This antebellum home is the epitome of southern elegance, making it a stunning backdrop for memorable wedding photos. Built in 1823, its lovely grounds, 100-year-old... (Historic Weddings Tuscaloosa)
In addition to the historic Alabama Theatre, the complex features two additional rooms, the Banquet Hall and The Loft. The Alabama Theatre Event Complex provides a setting unlike any other. It hosts such events as weddings, receptions, rehearsal dinners, and photo sessions. (Historic Weddings Birmingham)
Built in 1819,the same year Alabama became a state, the Weeden House is the oldest public house museum in Alabama. The house was home to several distinguished Huntsville owners before the Weeden family purchased it in 1845. Maria Howard Weeden was born in the house in 1846. The Weeden House is home... (Historic Weddings Huntsville)