Philadelphia is home to countless wedding venues as beautiful as the next. However, every so often, a set of new spaces emerge on the scene that inspires curiosity. In fact, we have you covered. From industrial chic spaces to glamorous ballrooms overlooking the dazzling city landscape, here is our list of new Philadelphia wedding venues:
First, let’s take you to Billy Penn Studios. It is a historical industrial textiles warehouse that has been beautifully transformed into a wedding venue. The unique space is in the Olde Kensington section of Philadelphia. It features several options to host private events: the Glass Annex, Alloy Room, and Alloy Loft.
Photo: BLDG39 at the Arsenal
BLDG39 at the Arsenal is in the Bridesburg section of the city. Originally a paint shop, you’ll be drawn to this new industrial chic Philadelphia wedding venue that dates to 1917. In fact, it boasts 2,600 square feet of event space with high ceilings.
In addition, you’ll find exposed metal rafters with modern touches. Furthermore, it has a surprise. Its unique garage door opens to an additional 1,000 square feet of outdoor space.
Casablanca has reemerged from a former meat packing factory to a glorious industrial chic Chester County wedding venue.
The historic Coatesville wedding venue has flexible blank canvas space. In additon, it has white-washed brick and exposed beams with a hint of rustic design with reclaimed wood tables.
Photo: Four Seasons Philadelphia
Four Seasons Philadelphia is located within the 60 story Comcast Technology Center, the tallest building in the city.
Certainly, you’ll want to imagine cocktail hour on the terrace amid city views. Alternatively, you may opt for an intimate wedding in the one-of-a-kind space.
For example, the Grand Ballroom takes your celebration to new heights. It offers a modern sleek flair set against a historic Center City backdrop. In addition, its Fairmount Room offers a more intimate wedding space in addition to many more event options to choose from.
Photo: Hyatt Centric
Hyatt Centric is in sophisticated Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia. Certainly, it is brand new to the wedding scene. It features 5,300 square feet of flexible, elegant event space including ballrooms. In fact, they include built in screens and A/V support so you can hear that dazzling best man speech from anywhere in the room.
Photo: Ironworks at Pencoyd Landing
Ironworks at Pencoyd Landing is an Industrial chic Montgomery County wedding venue featuring The Lark, The Landing Kitchen and Residence Inn.
The venue is in Bala Cynwyd, just on the edge near Philadelphia. It is in a unique location surrounded by nature. In fact, Ironworks at Pencoyd Landing offers scenic riverside views allowing you to celebrate al fresco by the waaterfront. In addition, it has a rooftop terrace overlooking Manayunk and the Schuylkill River.
Photo: The Logan Inn
Opulent. Luxurious. Stylish. The Logan Inn is exactly that. However, don’t let that fool you. In fact, it offers a warm atmosphere set in the historic and picturesque New Hope, Bucks County.
Photo credit: Midway Arches/Elle Photo Design
Midway Arches is a historic Chester County wedding venue comprised of St. Stan’s and St. Cecilia’s in Coatesville. Formerly churches, they were renovated and repurposed to preserve their history. In fact, now they serve the community as event venues each with an adjacent boutique hotel.
Photo: W Hotel Philadelphia
Anticipation has been building since the announcement of W Hotel’s Philadelphia debut. Obviously, W Hotel is a luxury boutique Philadelphia hotel wedding venue. However, it is playfully stylish, reflecting the city’s energy.
In fact, you’ll love its bold colors, texture and design for that wow experience. In addition, its largest event space allows for 550 guests. Furthermore, W Philadelphia has a must see Wet Deck and Secret Garden high above the city streets. Regardless of the space, both are equally great choices for cocktail hour, reception, or after party.
Photo: Suite 5048
Lastly, Suite 5048 is a customizable intimate Philadelphia event space. It has 1,000 square feet capable of hosting 50 guests. In addition, the blank space features industrial elements true to Philadelphia such as an exposed brick wall.