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Outdoor Wedding Venues in Pennsylvania

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There are many places to get married in Pennsylvania but these are the top five outdoor wedding venue standouts. Some of these venues can include everything for you in one place while others do not. You will need to verify what is available for your wedding. Each of the venues has a unique appeal to those who want a memorable wedding.

Hershey Gardens is a beautiful place to get married. There are not many outdoor wedding venues that offer several fairy tale options in one attractive location. This stunning and popular choice for weddings has 23 acres filled with a variety of flowers such as rhododendrons, tulips, and roses. There are flower covered arches, fountains, gazebos, and a reflecting pond, all of which are perfect for taking your wedding photos. The Japanese Garden is a popular choice for smaller gatherings with it’s stream and giant sequoias. This setting is truly serene. If you are having a larger wedding, the Seasonal Garden is an excellent choice with thousands of annuals and tulips during the warm summer months.

Another absolutely wonderful choice is Regent’s Glen at Box Hill Mansion. Located in York, PA, this outdoor wedding venue provides a feast for the eyes. The English gardens are simultaneously stunning and relaxing, something that few people experience. Surrounded by natural beauty, the pond with lily pads presents the perfect place to exchange your vows. Regent’s Glen accommodates wedding parties large and small. There is an on-site wedding coordinator and various options such as preparation rooms and full menus. Additional options include the ability to have all of your wedding events such as the bridesmaids luncheon and rehearsal dinner here for a one stop and unforgettable wedding experience.

Those preferring something lovely and unique should consider MSL Resort at Mountain Springs Lake for their special day. This location in Reeders, PA provides you and your guests views and an overall wedding experience that you will not find elsewhere. Getting married under the pergola with views of the pond will provide beautiful memories of your wedding day for the rest of your lives. The preparation area in the Spa building is also included as is use of indoor facilities should the weather not cooperate with your special day. Enjoy the renovated honeymoon suite with chilled champagne and Jacuzzi tub on your first nights together happily ever after.

The Links at Gettysburg is a very attractive outdoor wedding venue. Exchange your vows on the tri-level stone patio overlooking the greens, ponds, and a beautiful stone bridge. There are many places here to take your wedding photos and create lifelong memories of your wedding day. Even for large gatherings, the clubhouse can hold up to 250 guests if inclement weather arises. Opt for the fireworks display simply because you can!

Located in Washington Crossing, Crossing Vineyards is a gorgeous outdoor wedding option for your big day. Up to 160 guests can be accommodated in a variety of outdoor settings at Crossing Vineyards. At Johnathan’s Patio, you will be surrounded by a beautiful garden and fountain in an intimate and lush setting. The Ceremony Site has a charming stone cottage and flower beds that you may inspire you to grow your own at home. These are just two areas at Crossing Vineyards that are heaven sent for wedding photos. The bridal suite allows for all of the exciting preparations for your wedding event in a beautiful winery setting.

Posted in Budget Advice, Outdoor Wedding Ceremony, Outdoor Wedding Ideas, Outdoor Wedding Receptions, Pennsylvania.


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