NEW ENGLAND HOSTS a wide variety of stunning venues for a wedding
Most likely, you have already found your ideal match for a venue/location to host your wedding. But, on the off chance that you are still in the hunt....
I proudly present a constantly updated and growing selection of what I believe to be some of the best wedding venues located around Boston, Massachusetts and greater New England.
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The Liberty Hotel has always been an architectural gem, what was once the iconic Charles Street Jail is now the stunning, vibrant Liberty Boston Hotel. The staff is amazing for wedding couples, and they have a natural built in modern decor that many connect with. http://libertyhotel.com/
An elegant and quiet respite that happens to be located in Cambridge's bustling Harvard square, Harvest has everything a wedding venue needs. This spot offers charming spaces both indoors and outdoor, perfect for Boston's unreliable weather. A restaurant that gains inspiration from the local foods, they will create a custom menu for your event and are happy to help personalize it just for you. http://harvestcambridge.com/
Boasting gorgeous artwork and tall ceilings, this Roman Catholic church is simply awe-inspiring. Originally built in 1888 for the working class Irish men and women in the area, St. Cecilia Church has become a landmark in the busy Back Bay area. http://stceciliaboston.org/
This sweet parish has served its parishioners with an understated elegance since the late 19th century. Located in Worcester county, Saint Matthew's offers a homey feel and is perfect for an intimate ceremony.
The grace of the Glen Manor house feels like it belongs in a different time period, with its classic architecture and beautifully kept formal gardens. Add to that a view of the ocean, elegant spaces indoors, and one realizes that anything is possible here.
With antique filled parlors, different wallpapers in different rooms, and a grand ballroom, the Lyman Estate offers a unequivocal experience. Just outside of Boston in Waltham, MA, this venue offers a vintage look and feel in an effortless way.
Located on the Ashland Reservoir on 100 acres of lakefront land, the Warren Conference Center is a stunning venue for any season. And, with a covered veranda, beautiful lawns, and walls of windows, you can be sure to enjoy the magnificent grounds regardless of the season or weather.
While few places manage to be rustic and elegant at the same time, the Barn at Gibbet Hill does so flawlessly. Cozy and spacious, this paradoxical venue is a one-of-a-kind place for a barn wedding.
The Artists For Humanity’s mission is to bridge economic, racial and social divisions by providing under-resourced youth with the keys to self-sufficiency through paid employment in the arts. It is a space in which you can design any style of wedding you wish, as it is a blank slate in a unique setting. http://afhboston.org/
Offering the best of both worlds, the Harbor Hotel is located right on the waterfront with its back to a Boston skyline. They have multiple wedding venues, allowing them to be able to host parties as big as 500 people and as intimate as 20. A whole team of creative consultants are employed to help you plan a day that suits everyone's needs and wishes. http://www.bhh.com/
Having weathered fires and nor'easters, the Towers in Narragansett, RI have become a symbol of luck for the town. Hosting events for over a century, the amenities include everything you would want, plus sublime views of the ocean. Adorably New England, this is a perfect venue for small to mid-sized weddings. http://www.thetowersri.com/
What better spot to get married than the historical landmark that housed literary legends Ralph Waldo Emerson and Nathaniel Hawthorne? In beautiful Concord, MA, the Old Manse offers a stunning backdrop for a discreetly elegant outdoor wedding.
The birthplace of the Revolutionary war, this historical landmark serves as a unique backdrop for any wedding ceremony and even small receptions. Right in the hub of Boston, the Old South Meeting House contains much of the same interior as it did in the 1700's, and the puritan feel becomes simply dignified with just the smallest amount of decoration.
Located at the tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown has been a top destination for artists, tourists, and people of the LGBTQ community. A truly welcoming and picturesque place, there are countless spots here for ceremonies and receptions, not to mention some of the most beautiful beaches in New England.
The Arnold Arboretum is a true respite from the city, nestled in the bustling Jamaica Plain and Roslindale sections of Boston. Strolling through the park, taking in the variety of fauna (over 7,000 different species!) is a unique and unforgettable way to celebrate your love.
The Villa, located in East Bridgewater, MA, is a cozy, but contemporary wedding venue. With warm fireplaces that are perfect for the winter, and exemplary grounds that are perfect for the summer, this venue has limitless possibilities.
The Colonnade, is a luxury Boston hotel that features premier accommodations, a rooftop pool and desirable location in Back Bay. They will take care of everything for you, and it located in the heart of Boston for guest's enjoyment and access. http://www.colonnadehotel.com/
Hyatt's Harborside hotel offers a particularly stunning view of the Boston skyline, while simultaneously providing an easy and comfortable venue for any sized celebration. With spaces outdoors as well as indoors, this hotel has more options than the average city hotel, while offering all the convenience as well. https://bostonharbor.regency.hyatt.com/en/hotel/home.html
If you've ever considered getting married against a backdrop of New England countryside, look no further. An ideal spot for an outdoor wedding, Fruitlands Museum offers it all. Parnered with Fireside Catering, they will create a menu from locally seasonal foods sourced from their own farm, Gibbet Hill Farm. http://www.fruitlands.org/
With stunning, tall ceilings and beautiful stained glass, this parish certainly leaves an impression. A humbling place for a traditional wedding.
This warm restaurant located in the heart of Boston offers a cozy feel for an indoor reception. Marliave is a charming alternative to a hotel wedding if you're looking for an indoors venue in the city. Located right in downtown Boston, it doesn't get much better than this!
Perfect for the most adamant ocean lover, the Eastern Point Yacht Club is a divine venue if you wish to say your vows looking out onto the Atlantic ocean. Enjoy an evening outside, smelling the ocean air while the staff takes care of everything.
Walking through the woods in the deCordova Sculpture Park feels like walking into another world. There is nothing quite like stumbling upon massive works of contemporary art while taking a stroll. Share this unique space with your friends and family-- surely everyone will remember it for a long time to come.
Reminiscent of a time of princess brides, knights in shining armor, and dragons, Searles Castle in Windham, NH is an impressive wedding venue. There is no doubt that to get married here is to know what it feels like to be king or queen for a day!