5 Best of Wedding Venues in Boston

Looking for the perfect wedding venue can be a frustrating experience, especially if you’re not sure of your perfect wedding day vision.  There are many Boston wedding venues that can cater to any brides needs whether you want a large affair or an intimate gathering, if you have a small budget or a limitless one, or if you’re looking for something for immediate family only.  These venues are among the best wedding venues in Boston for a romantic winter wedding.

 

 

Alden Castle Boston Wedding Venue

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The Vintage Ballroom (pictured above) is a glamorous tudor style space with champagne colored curtains and large windows to let in natural light.  This space holds 200-350 guests comfortably while keeping the space cozy and romantic.  The soaring ceilings, lounge balcony, and delicate chandeliers make this space a glamorous and unique venue location.

The Modern Club offers dark mahogany walls and a modern take on old world charm.  This space also offers a balcony that overlooks the main room of the space, large windows for natural light to have a beautiful wintery view below, and Murano glass chandeliers.

 

The State Room

 

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The State Room is a gorgeous venue for any winter bride that wants a sweeping view of the city. With its location being on top of the Sixty State Street skyscraper in Boston you are given a one of a kind view while dining next to 20’ windows that sweep across a 120’ wall. This venue holds 350-900 guests comfortably for a breathtaking ceremony, chic cocktail party, or a glamorous reception.

 

 

 

The Boston Harbor Hotel

 

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The Boston Harbor Hotel is one of the prime spots for Boston based weddings if you’re looking for a venue that will make a lasting impressions.  There are four locations at the Boston Harbor Hotel that you can choose from.  The first location is the Warf Room (pictured above) which holds dark chandeliers, 19 foot ceilings and gorgeous harbor views. This 5,488 square-foot room is one of the most sought after wedding venues in Boston.  With blue lighting reflecting off of the large glitter chandeliers this is a gorgeous location for a wintery wedding.  The second room is the Atlantic room which is slightly smaller than the Warf Room being 4,000 square-feet.  This space can be divided into two seperate sections and is ideal for intimate affairs.  The Pavillion offer a 360-degree view of both the harbor and the hotel which makes this location ideal for ceremonies.  The Mezzanine, the last location at the hotel has three different event spaces for your wedding.  Each location offers a beautiful chandelier and windows that overlook the harbor.  One of the most unique offerings from the hotel is that they gift you a free pair of Jimmy Choo shoes when you book them as your wedding venue!

 

 

 

 

The Taj Boston

 

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The Taj offers a unique wedding experience.  The one that is full of glamor and a very Marie Antoinette vibe with 14 rooms to choose from.  Whether you want powder blue drapes with gold accents on top of sweeping windows or an overview of the Commonwealth Avenue Mall this location offers something for every bride.

 

 

 

 

The Red Lion Inn – Lion’s Hall

 

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If you’re not afraid to travel a little south of the city then the Red Lion Inn is a great option for any winter bride.  This location adds a rustic and southern vibe with a touch of glamour to any wedding.  This large room holds up to 340 guests with extra space for a dance floor and other wedding day favorites!  The crystal chandeliers, wooden floors and wood beams transform this space into a warm, inviting, and old fashioned venue for a simple bride and groom.

These venues are just 5 among many gorgeous wedding locations in the Boston Greater Area. Which venue was your favorite?

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