Next up, Bucks County! Here we go as we recognize the Top 10 Bucks County wedding venues for 2021! The award from our editorial team is based on the total amount of inquiries from couples and event planners like you. From historic estates to robust vineyards and flourishing gardens, here are the top wedding venues in Bucks County.
Which wedding venue takes the top spot for 2021? Read on and find out!
Photo: Aldie Mansion
Whether it’s the illuminated majestic oak tree that draws you in or the brick and wrought iron architectural details of the historic Tudor mansion, Aldie Mansion will impress you and your guests. Located in Doylestown, Aldie Mansion features fireplaces, an original oak-paneled library, boardroom, and Great Hall as well as a new 2,400 square foot Atrium.
From the Atrium’s window, peer out to a captivating stone fountain on the terrace, and views of rolling hills. Overlooking the patio is a romantic Juliet-style balcony where you can take it all in or toast champagne with your guests below.
Photo: Fonthill Castle
Indulge in the fairytale at Fonthill Castle. Imagine the sight of a castle so beautiful it’s practically out of folklore as the backdrop to your special day and wedding photos. No need to slay a dragon, solve a riddle or pull a sword from a stone. It’s actually in Doylestown.
From the tree-lined drive entrance and woodland ceremony setting by a pond to a magical cocktail hour on the balcony of the Terrace Pavilion, Fonthill Castle can fulfill the dreamy wedding you’ve imagined. Descend the dramatic staircase as an entrance to your reception. You can even joust on the grounds or enjoy song and dance (your choice, of course) under the stars in a clear paneled state-of-the-art tent on the endless manicured lawn.
Photo: Tyler Gardens
A labyrinth of formal gardens serve as your backdrop at Tyler Gardens in Newtown. The four-tiered garden includes florals, fountains, sculpture, stone walls and staircases.
Photo credit: Werth Photography/James A. Michener Museum
One of the romantic focal points of James A. Michener Museum’s 4500 square foot courtyard is its reflection pool within its Sculpture Garden. Inside, art galleries provide conversation starters and a one-of-a-kind immersive experience before heading to your reception within its new floor-to-ceiling glass pavilion.
Photo: HollyHedge Estate
HollyHedge Estate Bed & Breakfast is the ideal rustic Bucks County wedding venue. Located in historic New Hope, the 18th Century estate offers more than 21 acres of beautiful gardens and manicured grounds for outdoor weddings. It includes historic fieldstone buildings, a traditional stone barn, and wedding reception facility ready for 200 guests. In addition, HollyHedge Estate provides 15 on-site guest rooms.
Photo: Rose Bank Winery
What goes better with 2021 than wine? Cheers to celebrating at Rose Bank Winery in Newtown where wide open spaces, a barn and a pasture complete with Southtown Babydoll Sheep create a unique Bucks County wedding venue.
You’ll be on “cloud wine” at Rose Bank Winery’s loft or second floor deck overlooking the countryside.
Photo credit: Jordan Bryan Photography/Pen Ryn Estate
Create your very own history on the grounds of Pen Ryn Estate, a historic mansion originally built in 1744.
Views of the Delaware River create a natural setting for your ceremony followed by cocktails and conversation on your choice of the front porch, library, foyer or gallery. Your reception in the Grand Ballroom awaits with intricate architectural details and sparkling crystal chandeliers.
Photo credit: Love Me Do Photography/Pearl S. Buck Estate
A historic stone building, remodeled classic barn and 60 acres of rolling hills, gardens and tall trees combine to create a unique setting at Pearl S. Buck Estate. Imagine your reception in the customizable estate pavilion surrounded by nature.
Located in Perkasie, Pearl S. Buck Estate offers several indoor and outdoor event spaces.
Photo: Peddler’s Village
Regardless of the season, Peddler’s Village is a destination that dazzles with historic charm and an inviting spirit.
Imagine your outdoor wedding ceremony by the upper lawn gardens, romantic gazebo and photo ops by the massive working water wheel. Follow the winding brick paths that lead you and your guests to a unique loft reception. Extend your visit by staying overnight in one of the rooms above village shops or within the main hotel.
Photo credit: Rachel Beck Photography/Crossing Vineyards
Located in Newtown, Crossing Vineyards offers four distinct newly renovated event spaces on the vineyard’s campus—and of course, wine! From a converted hay loft and its oak barrel room to an indoor garden room with sweeping views of the vineyard as well as an outdoor tented vineyard vista. Family owned and operated, Crossing Vineyards is a landmark you and your partner can visit each year and toast to your special day.