Find out about unique Bucks County wedding venues, how our list can help you search for event spaces and make it easy to plan your special day.
Philadelphia is home to a wide range of wedding venues, from eccentric new structures to antique landmarks imbued with four centuries of history. Yet, a wide breadth of opportunity also exists just outside of the city, in the lush and colorful Bucks County. Balancing nostalgia with novelty, Bucks County offers the best of both worlds. Here are four unique Bucks County wedding venues outside of Philly.
Photo: The Fuge/Evan Leslie Images
Four Unique Bucks County Wedding Venues and Guest Capacity
Located in Warminster, The Fuge certainly lives up to the contemporary coolness implied by its name. A technovibe filters through the room through customizable lighting that envelops the space. This sense of innovation is only heightened through its history as a NASA Lab — perfect for any science-loving couple.
Photo: The Fuge
In addition, the stainless-steel converted bar chamber further invokes this image of stellar futurism. Certainly, it provides your wedding with a unique, irreproducible atmosphere.
Housing up to 150 guests, the Fuge is ideal for a more intimate wedding, and they ensure this experience is incredible and tailor-fit. For example, their inclusion of a bridal suite, a dedicated event coordinator, inventive cuisine, and an open bar customizes the experience. What better place to celebrate your future with your partner than in a space once dedicated to the inquisition of the future?
Photo: Durham Hill Farm
Durham Hill Farm evokes an entirely contrasting atmosphere as its earliest structures date back over 200 years. The venue allows your wedding experience to embrace both an indoor and outdoor setting with up to 150 guests.
Photo: Durham Hill Farm
Imagine celebrating your special day against the backdrop of rolling hills and rustic architecture. This ambiance is furthered by the simple elegance of wooden tables and chairs carefully positioned around the venue and the dainty fairy lights that illuminate the night. In addiiton, it has a prop selection resembling your wildest dreams.
Photo: Maggio’s Ballroom
At Maggios Ballroom at Hampton Square, a girl can truly live out her Disney dreams in this beautiful, elegant ballroom. It is adorned with high chandeliers, grand fireplaces, and a decadent bridal suite that embody princess treatment. Wedding packages include color coordinated floor length linens, elegant floral centerpieces, and professional event coordinators and service staff.
Maggio’s extends past the tasks of a traditional venue in the sense of its exceptional dining. Its personalized cuisine will make your special day even more memorable for you and your guests. Hosting up to 200 guests, this space is perfect for couples seeking a wedding venue pleasing to both the eyes and the tastebuds!
Photo: Michener Museum/Ashley Gerrity Photography
The James A Michener Art Museum may have never had Rocky panting up and down its steps, but this historic site is memorable for several other reasons. Restored from the Bucks County prison, this space has gone from holding cells to celebrations. In addition, it boasts a 4,500 square foot outdoor event space. It includes a dramatic sculpture garden with pieces reaching heights greater than 20 feet.
Photo: Michener Museum/Love Me Do
Indoors, guests will not only enjoy the pavilion, a 2,500 square foot glass enclosed space that embraces natural light to nurture an incomparable ambiance, but also the museum. The impressive galleries make this Doylestown location the perfect fit for an art critic couple. In addition, the space really complements each aspect of the night. For instance, there is ample room for a tent to host larger parties beyond the ascribed 200 guests. In addition, there is the stunning Grand Entrance Hall that makes for a cozy cocktail hour.
Finally, it’s easy to see why these are four unique Bucks County wedding venues outside of Philly.