Finding the perfect venue can make or break your big day. Luckily, Philadelphia is an excellent destination filled with historic architecture and romantic views. The city holds a diverse collection of venues to fit any event and our team is so fortunate, taking part in celebrations across the Greater Philadelphia region.
5 Philadelphia Wedding Venues We Are Thankful For
As a small event business, we understand COVID’s impact on the event and hospitality industries. This Thanksgiving, we want to support our community and share 5 Philadelphia Photo Booth Venues We Are Thankful For:
5 Venues We Love
1. Artesano Gallery
Looking for a new and trendy venue for your event? Look no further than Artesano Gallery in Manayunk. With its jaw dropping glass entrance, iron details and white marble tiled floors this venue is nothing short of a masterpiece. Known as Philadelphia’s Hidden Gem, this eclectic art gallery is the perfect backdrop for a magical evening.
Perfect for the modern couple, this refurbished textile factory uses industrial elements to make any event unique. FAME‘s tall windows and rooftop access give guests a beautiful view of the Philadelphia skyline without taking eyes away from the bride. Following the ceremony, guests can enjoy dinner by the venue’s exclusive caterer Feast Your Eyes. This spacious North Kensington location comfortably accommodates 500 people and promises to be a one-of-a-kind atmosphere.
3. Fairmont Horticultural Center
With current CDC restrictions, looking for a venue that fits the guidelines can be tricky. Located in the heart of Fairmount Park, the Horticultural Center‘s historic greenhouse hosts both intimate indoor and large-scale outdoor events. The grounds are covered in lush plants, with it’s signature cherry blossom trees blooming outside each Spring. This Philadelphia wedding venue is a plant-mom’s dream!
4. One North Broad
As far as luxurious wedding venues go, One North Broad tops the list. With 9 culturally themed rooms, the Masonic Temple is flush with history and breathtaking decor. Hide away in the bridal suite before the nuptials, host cocktail hour in marble floored foyers and customize the architectural lighting to fit your vision. No event is too small or big for this incredible wedding venue.
5. Stotesbury Mansion
Built in 1870, this historic venue is a Pennsylvania landmark, hosting high scale social functions and weddings for the Philadelphia elite. The three story Stotesbury Mansion features a diverse collection of rooms including its lavish ballroom fit with chandeliers and fireplaces. The venue’s intricate architecture provides the perfect backdrop for a classic ceremony and reception.