12 Delaware County Wedding Venues For Spring

Are you thinking about Delaware County Wedding Venues For Spring? You are not alone. After a long cold winter, there is nothing like the start of Spring. Butterflies fluttering over lilacs, the scent of fresh mowed grass and blue open skies with the warmth of the sun upon your shoulders.

Some wedding venues are practically tailor made for Spring ceremonies and receptions. They offer terraces, gardens, courtyards, arboretums and patios allowing you and your guests to take in a full spring sensory experience.

Now, break out the flower crowns. Here are 12 Delaware County wedding venue rentals perfect for Spring “I Do’s.”

Bride and groom embracing by cherry blossom trees on the grounds of Ballroom at Ellis Preserve's historic Delaware County wedding venue.
Photo: The Ballroom at Ellis Preserve/Ashley Gerrity Photography

The Ballroom at Ellis Preserve

Set on a nature preserve, The Ballroom at Ellis Preserve provides the best of both worlds for a Spring wedding. The countryside setting surrounds Finley Catering’s historic Newtown Square wedding venue, which features majestic Greek Revival columns.

In fact, the area is perfect for outdoor wedding ceremonies, cocktails on the patio or ballroom receptions. In addition, Finley Catering’s Black Barn at Ellis Preserve is coming soon!


The Ballroom at Ellis Preseve allows for up to 300 guests.

Groom lifting bride in air on dock at Corinthian Yacht Club of Philadelphia's Delaware County wedding venue.

Photo: Corinthian Yacht Club of Philadelphia

Corinthian Yacht Club of Philadelphia

If the waterfront inspires you, The Corinthian Yacht Club in Essington is a romantic spot to exchange vows. The Delaware River is your view, whether from a tent on the lawn or from any room in the facility. Either way, you’ll enjoy the sun glistening on the river by day and moonlight reflections at night.


Corinthian Yacht Club of Philadelphia can host up to 200 guests.

Bride, groom and party posing in front of wooden gazebo in garden at Drexelbrook's Delaware County wedding venue.

Photo: Drexelbrook


The mansion is equally splendid for picturesque outdoor weddings in the Spring. Drexelbrook offers sites for outdoor wedding ceremonies, cocktail hour on the patio and relaxing lounge spaces.

Take in the views from its terraces. Enjoy garden ceremonies. Perhaps a toast in the gazebo. Or relax around fire pits for a sweet ending of S’mores and conversation.

In fact, Drexelbrook’s campus is spacious enough to host a tented reception under the soft moonlight.


The ballrooms at Drexelbrook are ideal for indoor wedding ceremonies hosting 125-1,000 attendees.

Steps leading up to historic barn at The Inn at Grace WInery's Delaware County wedding venue.

Photo: The Inn at Grace Winery

The Inn at Grace Winery

Dark pink cherry blossoms are perfectly centered in Sweetwater Wood. That’s the background of the stone paved ceremony space at The Inn at Grace Winery. In fact, gardens blooms in late March through early May. The tiered manicured lawn accented with stone has stairs leading to Grace Winery’s 1750s bank barn and porch.

There, you can enjoy estate grown wines, passed hors d’oevres and chatting with guests while taking in the fragrant Spring air. Follow the wooden stairs to the second floor reception space. It’s set against historic exposed stone walls, soaring ceilings with wooden rafters.

Finally, the barn is a beautiful setting to dine, dance and share in a champagne toast. It is accented with string lights and a grand chandelier.


The Inn at Grace Winery can host up to 140 guests.

Bride and groom dancing in the stone ruins courtyard at dusk with bright string lights at Old Mill's unique Delaware County wedding venue.

Photo: The Old Mill/Asya Photography

The Old Mill

The Old Mill in Rose Valley is a unique Delaware County wedding venue. It is built on the Ridley Creek countryside near a 12-acre bird and wildlife sanctuary. Its rustic courtyard ruins offer a one-of-a-kind atmosphere worth lingering past cocktail hour.

Old Mill’s timber pavilion is an open air event space that allows you to enjoy the best of Spring. Next, gather inside the ballroom for the reception. The Old Mill is on the National Registry of Historic Sites.


The Old Mill can hold up to 250 guests for weddings and private events.

Bridal party with white and pink bouquets laughing on the terrace with woods and stone mansion in the background at Parque Ridley Creek, a historic Delaware County wedding venue.

Photo: Parque/Love Me Do Photo


The drive to Parque’s Hunting Hill Mansion through 2,606 acres of Ridley Creek State Park sets the mood for a Spring wedding. Past the stables, the mansion is surrounded by topiary, formal gardens, and a fountain garden. In addition, there are stone ruins and a reflecting pond tucked behind a long row of cedar trees.

The large English country manor was originally a 1789 stone farmhouse. In fact, it sets the archietctural style for the rest of the park.

Enjoy a mix of sunny rays and shade and a gentle breeze. Wander among its paths, take in some lawn games, and enjoy seasonal farm-to-table catering by boutique Peachree Catering. Obviously, cocktails on the flagstone patio is a must for a Spring wedding with mild weather.

Lastly, inside the mansion’s ballroom, large windows lead to light-filled rooms and views overlooking the forest.


Parque at Ridley Creek may host up to 150 guests.

Bride and groom posing in outdoor wooden fence entance decorated with white flowers and greenery at Pomme's Delaware County wedding venue.

Photo: Pomme/Haley Richter Photo


Pomme captures the magic of Spring inspired by nature. Stroll over the flower-lined bridge while pausing to take in the scenery. Certainly, you will see a pair of swans gliding on the pond. They are longtime residents of the beautiful landscape. Also, on the property lies woodlands, a covered all-season veranda dotted with twinkling lights, a meandering stream.

In addition, there are several enchanting nooks to exchange vows on the property. Imagine cocktail hour on the veranda and then gathering for a reception in the elegant rustic ballroom. However, you may choose to celebrate within a luxury tent set among tall trees.


Pomme can host up to 200 guests.

Bride holding colorful bouquet of flowers with groom by rustic green door and ivy covered building at The Sage Farmhouse's Delaware County wedding venue.

Photo: The Sage Farmhouse

The Sage Farmhouse

The restored 1785 Sage Farmhouse reflects the other side of Media, Pennsylvania. It is a serene rustic Delaware County wedding venue just off a windy wooded road.  Unlike the energetic downtown, the calm ambiance is set among evergreens, magnolias and hydrangeas.

The bright lights of downtown Media are left behind. Instead, there are deep blue starry skies, song birds, rustling leaves and a symphony of crickets. Undoubtedly, you will want to gather around the fountain on the stone courtyard or for an intimate reception within the cozy farmhouse.


The Sage Farmhouse allows for up to 70 guests.

Decorated farm tables with white linen napkins and flowers at Springfield Country Club's Delaware County wedding venue.

Photo: Springfield Country Club

Springfield Country Club

Whether you prefer walking down the brick paved path toward a romantic gazebo or gated ceremony garden, Springfield Country Club may be the right wedding venue. It offers several indoor and outdoor event spaces.

For example, The Golf View Ballroom Veranda offers a front seat to fresh leaves, mature trees and greens on the golf course. However, if you prefer inside, a reception within the rustic chic La Vista Room may be the perfect fit. It offers soaring ceilings and wood rafters.

There, brick accents set the scene as a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows open to the patio. Finally, consider capping the night off with fireworks overlooking the golf course.


Springfield Country Club can host up to 1500 guests.

Grooms smiling walking down aisle at outdoor ceremony with decorated Indian temple at Terrain at Styer's, one of the best Delaware County wedding venues for Spring.

Photo: Terrain at Styers

Terrain at Styers

Just one visit, and you’ll agree that Terrain is the ultimate garden wedding venue in Delaware County. Terrain at Styers celebrates nature. It is easy to see its love of nature from the historic nursery to the Mushroom House. Imagine farm-to-table cuisine and fresh baked bread in terra cotta flower pots.

As with the seasons, the 5-acre landscape is everchanging with buds, blooms and soft greenery. Strolling through the nursey, a stone path leads to a 100 year-old wooden wedding temple with Indian origins as the backdrop to your ceremony. Garden reception choices include a renovated green house, porch and Garden Shed with reclaimed barn floors.


Terrain at Styers can hold up to 100 guests.

Bride and groom kissing on deck by pond at Tyler Arboretum's Delaware County wedding venue.

Photo: Tyler Arboretum

Tyler Arboretum

Arboretums were made for Spring weddings. Wildflowers, streams and butterflies set the stage for hundreds of magnolias, and rhododendrons in its Fragrant Garden. It’s just one of various gardens there.

Tyler Arboretum features a clear paneled tent, refurbished historic barn, and patio to entertain. Each allow you to take in all that Spring has to offer. Jeffrey Miller Catering is the exclusive caterer for Tyler Arboretum.


Tyler Arboretum may host up to 200 people.

Bride with flower crown leaning in with groom and white, black and tan dogs with flower collars on the grounds of The Willows, one of the best Delaware County wedding venues for Spring.

Photo: The Willows

The Willows

Towering trees and manicured grounds naturally accent The Willows, a Main Line wedding venue in Villanova. It offers exclusive use of its gardens, courtyard and patios with an event rental. The Spanish Revival-style mansion allows views of the scenic park.

Finally, what could accent a Spring wedding better than nature, flower crowns and pups with floral collars?

It is easy to see why they are the best Delaware County wedding venues for Spring.


The Willows can host up to 150 guests.