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.
The Veridian is a ballroom wedding venue in Springfield, Missouri. This unique, historic venue was renovated in 2010, but still maintains its historic architecture and feel. It is minimally decorated to allow you the liberty of creating your own unique vision. With great lighting, large windows, a... (Historic Weddings Springfield)
The Homestead at Rosewood is an intimate wedding venue in Branson, Missouri. This historic, rustic cabin space is perfect for smaller weddings and events. With beautiful gardens and a simple, unique indoor space, this venue is a great choice for indoor and outdoor events. The century-old cabin was... (Historic Weddings Branson)
With knowing that no two love stories are exactly the same. We dedicate ourselves to providing flawless memories on your dream day. Our friendly service team consistently creates the highest quality of customer satisfaction in Northwest Arkansas. Event Eureka is your full service destination for... (Historic Weddings Eureka Springs)
The Old Glass Place is a unique wedding venue in Springfield, Missouri. This industrial venue, conveniently located in the downtown area, is great for weddings, fundraisers and more. The team at The Old Glass Place works closely with clients to provide the exact services they need and want for their... (Historic Weddings Springfield)
Coleman Theater is an elegant wedding venue in Miami, Oklahoma. This historic venue was originally a vaudeville theater that transitioned into a movie house, and now serves as a space for weddings and events. Conveniently located near several hotels and restaurants, this venue is a great choice that... (Historic Weddings Miami)
Beautifully restored today, Historic Firehouse No2 was Springfield, Missouri's first non-volunteer Fire Station from about 1900 until the building next door burned down around 1987. The space where that building burned down has been transformed into the most gorgeous courtyard garden where... (Historic Weddings Springfield)
This is the day you’ve been waiting for! As you change into your perfect dress in the Bride’s Room, the light through the curved glass windows glows while you share this special moment with your attendants. Your guests wait expectantly in the wood-paneled Great Hall for your sweeping entrance down... (Historic Weddings Carthage)