November 16, 2022
You’re engaged! All of the emotions came rolling in the second that he placed your ring on your finger. It’s finally happening! Now, it’s time to plan. There is so much that goes into planning a wedding day. One of the most important aspects of your wedding day (besides your photography & videography of course) is your venue.
Scheduling tours to visit venue after venue can be exhausting. That is why I have compiled a list of the venues that I recommend over again for so many great reasons. Each venue below has been praised to the highest by my couples in the past and I would truly love to return to in the future!
This stunning venue will make your wedding day look like it was a true fairytale! Landoll’s can accommodate up to 200 guests. This 1,000 acre medieval style castle features a lovely outdoor space for ceremonies, ballroom for indoor reception, 31 suites, and many more amenities if you plan to stay your entire wedding weekend.
Address: 561 Township Road 3352, Loudonville, OH 44842
The luxurious 55-acre vineyard provides everything that you could possibly think of to make your wedding day a dream come true! The property has three different options for ceremonies: the open air pavilion overlooking a lake, the villa grande ballroom, and a stunning greenhouse for more intimate ceremonies. Gervasi provides beautiful views for receptions accompanied with Tuscan inspired overnight accommodations for bridal parties and guests to stay. Gervasi can accommodate weddings ranging from 40 to 300 guests.
Address: 1700 55th St NE, Canton, OH 44721
Phone Number: 330-497-1000
Originally built as an indoor shopping center, the Arcade Cleveland is now a breathtaking space to host your upscale wedding. The remarkable architecture makes for not only a wonderful ceremony and reception space, but also encompasses 293 hotel rooms for guests on the top floors. The Arcade is the perfect place to tie the knot whether you want to host a grand wedding or intimate ceremony.
Address: 401 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44115
Video by Forever Filmz
In December of 1915, the magnificent estate of Stan Hywet was built for the Seiberling family where they lived until 1955. After his passing, the grounds were turned into a nonprofit museum that is known as Akron’s first and largest National Historic Landmark. The stunning scenery of Stan Hywet provides multiple different options as backdrops for your wedding with six different ceremony locations and three reception areas to choose. The space can accommodate up to 175 guests.
Address: 714 N Portage Path, Akron, OH 44303
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