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Top Venues for Pennsylvania Spring Weddings

Posted on: March 22nd, 2017

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Amidst the hustle and bustle, planning your wedding limo service can often be left to the last minute. Our chauffeurs will transport your wedding party safely and professionally, so you arrive at your celebration with time to spare. Haven’t chosen a venue yet? Consider one of Philadelphia’s finest locations for hosting your wedding. Whether it’s a 1904 sailboat or a chic modern art museum, Philly has it all.

 

The Moshulu

Imagine your wedding aboard the deck of the world’s oldest square-rigged sailing vessel. A Philadelphia landmark, the Moshulu is an event space, restaurant, and hotel like no other. This boat comes with a rich and worldly history, unbeatable views of the city skyline from their suites, and a choice of indoor or outdoor ceremony spaces. The venue has various wedding packages which include champagne toasts and a custom cake made by in-house pastry chef Sandra Valentine.

 

Duke Art Gallery

This is a manicured four-acre estate with a 100-year-old manor and a stone “Rapunzel” tower. The 3,100 square foot grand gallery in the main building has oak floors and rustic exposed beam construction. The estate is also an art school dedicated to nurturing artists of all ages. Popular places for outdoor ceremonies include the apple orchard, the tower, and the gardens.

 

The Barnes Foundation

The campus at the Barnes Foundation is a beautiful fusion of modern art, architecture, and nature. A glass roof allows natural light into the main court, which opens onto a refined balcony bringing nature inside. Light up the grand fireplace to add romance to an evening wedding. This venue comes with an in-house caterer who creates custom menus for every event. The food is locally sourced and inspired by the art in the galleries.

 

Greystone Hall

Just outside Philly in downtown Akron is a seven story meeting hall built by the Freemasons in 1917. Marble floors and walls greet you in the entrance hall, a grand staircase leads you up to a lounge, featuring a 20-foot bar and billiards room. The two-story ballroom features a tiered staircase of its own with a balcony for onlookers from above. The hall also houses an exotic Egyptian room with embellished designs, art, and architecture.

 

The Appleford Estate

Dating back more than 300 years, the Appleford Estate is a perfect example of early Pennsylvania farmhouse architecture. Surrounded by 24 picturesque acres, the property is carefully maintained as an arboretum and bird sanctuary. From blossoming trees and boxwood gardens to stone walls and clear streams, Appleford provides a serene sense of beauty in every season.

 

The Duportail House

DuPortail (Du-Por-tie’) House, located within the community of Chesterbrook, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Situated on the edge of Valley Forge National Historical Park, this circa 1740 farmhouse is a timeless jewel where you can step back in time and relax. With wide-planked floors, thick stone walls, deep window sills, curving hallways, original moldings and fireplaces, and an inviting front porch, the DuPortail House has all the warmth of its heritage.

 

The Valley Green Inn

For a taste of historical Pennsylvania and colonial charm, have your wedding at this 17th-century Inn. Restored in 1901, the Inn sits in the heart of Wissahickon Valley Park. The location has won several awards including Wedding Wire’s couple’s choice award of 2015. The setting is the woods with a romantic babbling creek and cobblestone lined walk paths. The Inn’s restaurant caters to all types of weddings and offers dinner packages, brunch packages, bar packages and custom options.

Soak in every moment of your special day and let our Philadelphia car service get you where you need to go. Your guests will await your grand arrival at one of these stunning locations, and it will be a day you will never forget.

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