Philadelphia, PA - When planning your wedding, consider an outdoor ceremony and cocktail hour at one of the best barn wedding venues in the Philadelphia area. Barn on Bridge features original wood beams from 1773 and a tented Upper Garden. The historic property was once a dairy farm and can accommodate up to 200 guests. The venue can also accommodate a smaller reception in its tented space.
The Farmhouse at People’s Light in Malvern
Located in Malvern, Pennsylvania, The Farmhouse at People's Light is a restored 18th-century farmhouse that offers a variety of unique event spaces for your wedding day. The venue is a beautiful choice for an elegant ceremony and reception among award-winning perennial English gardens. The venue's elegant décor and natural elements lend a relaxed elegance to any event. The Farmhouse at People's Light in Malvern offers a beautiful outdoor ceremony space, beautiful accommodations, and elegant American cuisine. It overlooks 100 acres of Chester County countryside and offers a ballroom, patio, and artful gardens. This elegant facility also has a state-of-the-art banquet facility built by the Capozzoli family.
Ash Mill Farm in Holicong
This venue offers several wedding packages that include everything you need for your wedding, from the ceremony area to the bar service and photography locations. In addition, they offer yoga classes before the wedding and after-party spaces. This 1820s-era barn can hold up to 200 guests, but it can also host a smaller reception. It is also known for its barbecue menu and onsite pub. Ash Mill Farm is a beautiful outdoor wedding venue located in historic New Hope, Pennsylvania. The venue features ten acres of meadows, a rustic wooden-floor barn, and trails for your guests to enjoy. Guests can also choose from multiple outdoor locations for their ceremony.
The High Point in Malvern
The High Point in Malvern is an exquisite barn wedding venue set atop sixteen picturesque acres. The venue's historic bank barn has a lofty vaulted ceiling and rustic timber frames, making it the ideal backdrop for a romantic ceremony. Guests are treated to breathtaking countryside views and a beautiful meadow, making this a unique venue for a Philadelphia region wedding. In addition to the barn, The High Point in Malvern is also home to High Point Manor, a stunning five-bedroom house with a charming mudroom entrance. Whether you're planning a small, intimate gathering for two or a large-scale event, this home can accommodate any number of guests.
Barn on Bridge in Collegeville
Barn on Bridge is a rustic wedding venue with original wooden beams, stone walls, and wrought iron chandeliers. Its warmth and natural tones make it the perfect canvas for a country or rustic-themed wedding. You can even do some DIY decorating with its rustic details and warm neutral tones. The Barn on Bridge is located at 385 Bridge Street in Collegeville, PA. It is close to TheGolfNexus, TheCollege Arms, and TheHotelNexus. The Barn on Bridge is free of cancellation fees. However, the penalty can vary depending on the room rate. The barn was recently restored to keep its rustic charm while still providing modern amenities. Barn on Bridge even offers a permanent tent for outdoor ceremonies. This allows you to have a rain-free ceremony.
Brandywine Manor House in Honey Brook
Brandywine Manor House in Honeybrook, Pennsylvania, is a wedding venue that offers three outdoor ceremony locations and a gorgeous ballroom. It is located in Chester County and is nestled among 85 acres of rolling landscapes. It has an estimated pricing range and requires a minimum of 20 guests. The manor house was originally built in the mid-1700s as a log cabin. It was built by James and Jane Mackelduff, who also established the area's first sawmill and gristmill. Later, in 1740, James Mackelduff's son Samuel converted the cabin to a two-half-story house. He also played a key role in founding the Forks of the Brandywine Presbyterian Church.
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