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Browsing wedding venues is among the very first steps of planning your big day. But with so many wedding venues to choose from, how do you find The One? First, consider the style of venue you’d like: Garden or beach? Ballroom or barn? Then, read reviews of wedding venues in your desired city and select a few to tour in person. Happy venue hunting!
Located in Bensalem, Lower Bucks, Pennsylvania, La Luna Banquet Hall is a unique elegant rustic wedding venue just outside of Philadelphia. From the secret garden to the picturesque patio, this Mediterranean-inspired property is ideal for celebrations inspired by natural elegance and rustic... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Whitford Country Club is a full-service wedding venue located in Philadelphia. We provide first-class customer service with expert event planners that provide assistance on your wedding day timeline, floor plan and vendor relations. Our experienced Wedding Planner will handle every detail so that... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Abundance Hill is located in Clearfield County in the rolling hills of Central Pennsylvania, near the village of Kylertown. Just 2 miles off I80 and only 45 minutes from Penn State, the venue is very accessible. Elizabeth Fetter, the owner of the property, has continually renovated and expanded... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Thank you for your interest in Christ Church Neighborhood House as a venue for your wedding, reception, or both! We offer two unique rooms for your celebration. At about 32’ x 72’, both spaces have a capacity of approximately 120 people for seated events. However, depending on table size and... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Located in Wayne, Pennsylvania, the Wayne Bed & Breakfast Inn features a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces for intimate weddings. Just 20 miles west of Philadelphia, this private Victorian estate is filled to the brim with Maine Line history and elegance for couples to enjoy. Welcoming innkeepers... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Highfield Community Center is a banquet hall wedding and event venue located in Butler, Pennsylvania. For more than half a century, this property and its administration have happily served the surrounding community. The staff behind the scenes here are committed to providing couples with a unique... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Timber Tie Estate is tucked away on 30 acres in beautiful Blair County, Pennsylvania, just a short 20 minute drive from Altoona and 25 minute drive from State College. We offer a premier outdoor wedding and event venue. You and your guests will get to experience the unique beauty of being surrounded... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
A beautiful canvas to paint your picture perfect story. A modern industrial event space with a touch of elegance. Warm neutral tones and wood accents flowing throughout the space. Contemporary chandeliers provide soft lighting to create a romantic ambiance for your wedding. Onsite ceremony space is... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Poconos Camp Wedding Center is an outdoor wedding venue located in Thompson, Pennsylvania. With over 40 miles of breathtaking views overlooking the beautiful mountain region, the wedding center is the ideal location for nature-loving couples. Every wedding at the center is fully customized to suit... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Graduate State College is a boutique wedding venue in the heart of State College, Pennsylvania. Located just one block away from the prestigious Pennsylvania State University, Graduate State College offers couples and their guests overnight accommodations as well as exclusive access to banquet rooms... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Memories By The Barn is an outdoor wedding venue offering a unique experience to those couples dreaming of a memorable day surrounded by the love of your family and friends. This venue is a 200 year old farmhouse located at 351 Duck Run Road, Mill Hall, Pennsylvania. The rental price of this venue... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Drexelbrook Catering & Special Event Center is a catering and event venue based in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania. A classic banquet hall, this venue is filled with grandiose ballrooms and elegant decor. In the 1950s, Drexelbrook was a popular private club and hosted celebrity stars such as Dick Clark.... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
The Bond is a unique, post-industrial wedding venue located in the heart of historic downtown York, Pennsylvania. This property offers a spectacular, modern blank canvas for couples to design in the style of their choice. An array of event spaces are available to accommodate your wedding occasion... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Located in Rome, Pennsylvania, Dewing Events is a rustic farm wedding venue. This family-owned venue offers a luxurious yet down-to-earth ambiance for such a magnificent occasion. The Dewing family wants to forge new friendships through their event venue and invites you and your loved ones to feel... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Since 2017, Twinbrook Retreat, in Gap, Pennsylvania, has been providing not only a wedding venue for couples but also a place to reconnect. The property is owned by Merv and Candance who love to help you use the space in ways that help make your occasion truly special. This is a place for connection... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Chef Hosch and Ann Catering is a catering service and venue based in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Providing catering, meals, and fabulous food for all tastes, palettes, preferences, and diets, we are limiting bookings to our venue and local drop off or pick up at 414 Walnut Street in Williamsport, PA... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
At Blue Moon Rising on Deep Creek Lake, a venue nestled in McHenry, Maryland, couples and guests will step into a secluded woodland setting to experience their ceremony amongst a variety of towering trees. This rustic and romantic setting is perfect for couples desiring a smaller, more intimate... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Genetti Hotel and Suites is an iconic wedding venue located in the heart of Williamsport, Pennsylvania. This historic space has been revamped and features classy details from floor to ceiling. The attentive staff love getting to work with couples during such an important day and that shows in... (Wedding Venues Pennsylvania)
Pennsylvania is a state filled with contradictions, and its residents wouldn’t have it any other way. Outsiders may connect Pennsylvania with its recent past as a steel hub, but residents recognize and appreciate the state’s great diversity. These days, old industrial towns like Pittsburgh and Scranton are sprouting art galleries, wine bars, and startup incubators. Philadelphia thrives with an amazing foodie scene and continues to protect some of the country’s most sacred historical treasures, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.
The seeds of democracy were nurtured in Pennsylvania, and it’s almost impossible not to stumble upon the state’s many historical sites and buildings. Beyond its cities, Pennsylvania also offers vast swaths of fields and mountains, sites which are particularly glorious in the fall. Couples looking to start their new life together with a wedding in Pennsylvania won’t be disappointed with the many venue choices.
As you begin to plan your wedding, one of your first tasks is to pin down a wedding venue in Pennsylvania. Do you want to target a larger city, like Philadelphia or Pittsburgh, or look in a smaller town or even in some of the more rural parts of the state? You’ll find a lot more options when you start your venue search in the cities, but the price tag is also likely to be higher. The rural areas of the state can help you stay in budget while offering beautiful natural backdrops, though you’ll have fewer venue choices.
Once you have the area pinned down, it’s time to start thinking about the type of venue you’d like. Are you dreaming of a formal wedding? Hotels, mansions, and churches and temples can all be excellent options to give you an upscale and elegant ceremony and reception.
Another great choice, especially in Pennsylvania, is to research historic sites. You’ll find many glamorous estates that have been around for hundreds of years, charming inns, and even a historic library. Finally, if you plan on marrying in the spring or fall, take advantage of Pennsylvania’s natural beauty by looking into parks, gardens, and barn or farm weddings.
Once you’ve narrowed down your list to just a few top wedding venues in Pennsylvania, it’s time to schedule a venue tour. Make sure you confirm pricing, availability, and capacity with the venue coordinator. Some venues require you to use their vendors or to choose vendors from an approved vendors list. If you already have certain vendors, like a photographer or DJ in mind, double-check that you can hire them. Also, it doesn’t hurt to ask for a sample contract that you can take home with you so that you can peruse it in greater detail later.