My wedding venue was Succop Nature Park in Butler, PA.
There are countless things about the property that made me fall in love with it, one of which that it radiates nostalgic charm. I could post probably 100 pictures showcasing everything I love about the place.
Below is an outdated picture as all the wrought-iron work and windows on the house are now black.
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We knew we wanted to get married in the mountains so we only looked at local mountain venues. At first we looked at a lot of the ski resorts near us but they weren't super handicap accessible and we do have a few handicap guests invited. While I was googling for handicap accessible mountain venues I came across Log Haven. It operates as a restaurant so it is accessible and then it was just so beautiful! I had thought we were going to pick a different venue but after visiting Log Haven my FH didn't even want to look at the other venue. I loved it too so the decision was easy!
This is the Riverside Pavilion in Port Orange, Florida. Originally I wanted to have the ceremony at the dog beach because I would really like my dogs to be part of the wedding, and we were just going to do the reception at Riverside Pavilion. But they can't be at Riverside Pavilion so it would pose a problem to have to find somewhere to bring them before the reception. Plus the beach would be way too hot, we'd have to shell out extra money for a beach permit and wedding insurance, there were just all kinds of problems with the beach. But Riverside Pavilion is right on the river and look how pretty! The reception is right after inside and it just makes things 10x easier. Plus we can do the ceremony there without having to spend any extra money. I love it.
I know, right?! We got married in front of the historic farmhouse (it was built in 1830). There were several places on the property in which you could have your ceremony, but I loved the house/brick road backdrop so much. I am SOOOOOOO anxious to get our professional picture back! Hopefully, this week! I haven't even had a sneak peak until yesterday, and it was only ONE PICTURE! (Check out new profile picture). It's killing me lol
Ours is at a tiny inn in Canmore, Alberta - up in the rocky mountains. We're only having a small wedding 60 or less guests. And we have the whole inn for 2 nights. They rearrange all of the furniture for wedding receptions.
We are getting married at Lucien's Manor in their Versailles Ballroom. This venue was the ONLY venue where the general manager worked with us! The minimum guest count for that ballroom was 130 and he cut it to 90 for us. He added uplighting for us, he cut the ceremony fee way down for us! Lamb Chops Hors d'oeuvre ( pretty sure that is spelled wrong) are for a Saturday wedding, he added it to our Sunday wedding package. It was important for us to have 3 entree choices AND vegetarian dish and we got it with Lucien's, I couldn't imagine a better wedding package for the amount we are paying!
I need to take a better picture of the new ceremony space. Sorry I don't have one now they just finished it.
Our Ballroom. Chandeliers had me sold!
The outside, this will look amazing in May!! Amazing pictures!