From Main Line mansions and country clubs to a secluded French restaurant to arboretums with natural beauty and floral surprises at every turn, there are a variety of Montgomery County wedding venues to suit a variety of tastes.
Here are the most popular Montgomery County wedding venues according to couples and planners visiting PartySpace:
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Tucked away on The Main Line, Merion Tribute House is a historic Arts and Crafts style mansion in Merion Station built in 1925 to host events for the community. Its eight acres of gardens span the front and side of the wedding venue creating unique areas and pockets to enjoy nature, some with plantings from that era. Its slate terrace with seasonal flowers overlook the landscape, ideal for cocktail hour. Inside its grand doors, there is a spacious ballroom, suites for the wedding couple to get ready and multiple rooms for guests to mingle complete with fireplaces. In addition, many couples are drawn to Merion Tribute House’s romantic Juliet balcony.
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From its relaxed veranda with golf course views to the luxurious ballroom, PineCrest Country Club offers a wide range of settings for your special event. Take in nature on the deck or opt for sophisticated indoor space.
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You’ll never tire of tree lined roads in Montgomery County. This one takes you to John James Audubon Center situated on 175 acres of fields, meadows and more. In fact, it boasts an apple orchard, and 1900s fieldstone barn. In addition, a new climate-controlled pavilion allows for events all year long.
And if you’re lucky, you and your guests may be treated to a greeting from Odin the owl during cocktail hour.
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Past the long tree-lined driveway through a forested winding road is Appleford Estate in Villanova. Its formal gardens feature a pond, small waterfall, classic statues, a variety of greenery, florals and brick pathways. The gardens can be seen from each window of the historic Colonial stone house, access that is included with the rental as well as its 24 acres. Appleford’s tented terrace is perfect for cocktail hour or receptions. The tent is up from April through November.
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Once you enter Curtis Arboretum’s majestic iron gates, you will be treated to tranquil elegance with its rolling hills, 45 acres of arboretum with 50 tree species, classic architecture, historic pergola, and terrace with a luxury clear panel tent. As if this wasn’t captivating enough, the historic ballroom dates to 1937 and allows for dining and dancing up to 120 guests, or even more if expanded to the terrace and tent.
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Off a quiet road in Conshohocken, you will find the French country reflected in the ambiance and menu at Spring Mill Café. The historic property includes a general store, converted farmhouse, both which double as unique event spaces, and the French restaurant. Imagine cocktails outdoor within its courtyard or dining under the stars in a tent. Indoors or outside, Spring Mill Café is a unique Montgomery County wedding venue sure to stand out in the memories of your guests.
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Bolingbroke Located in Radnor Township, Bolingbroke is a 18th Century Colonial stone mansion. It has four historic rooms to socialize in the main area as well as two large terraces and a spacious side covered porch.
A large yard brings plenty of room for an outdoor ceremony surrounded by mature trees and secluded gardens.
Photo: Levering Mill Tribute House
Enjoy cocktails in the foyer surrounded by classic elegance at Levering Mill Tribute House, a historic Montgomery County wedding venue in Bala Cynwyd. Built in the 1920s, the versatile ballroom is filled with light and roomy enough for entertainment and up to 175 guests. In fact, the back deck, porch and lawn offer additional event space for those who wish to mingle from room to room or venture outside.