If you’re recently engaged, the big first step is to lock down your wedding date with your wedding venue! Depending on what you and your fiancé like, your style, etc. will affect what kind of venue you choose. This is a list of my favorite Huntsville wedding venues.
Here are some things to ask yourself when searching for your perfect place: What will the weather be like during this season? Do you need to have an indoor rain option? How many guests? Does the venue need to have an alcohol license? Do they have space for a caterer to come in? A kitchen to use? A getting ready space available? Natural light?
After moving back to Huntsville from Denver, I decided to take a little tour of some of the local wedding venues. In this three part series, I’ll share my favorites with you and some details about each.
Let’s get started!
The Weeden House has to be one of my top favorite wedding venues in Huntsville! It was built in 1819 and is decorated with period furnishings. For an antique lover, this is a no-brainer. Due to it’s placement in Huntsville’s Twickenham district, The Weeden House makes the perfect venue, with close proximity to downtown, you have the option for a church ceremony within walking distance. You can even have a backyard garden ceremony with a quick walk to celebrate downtown afterwards!
The Weeden House can hold 100 guests inside and 175 guests outside. Some seating options are available but you may need to rent more to accommodate your guest count. A kitchen is available and alcohol is allowed.
They don’t lie when they say, “Love grows at the garden!”
From guest counts of 150 to 450, the Garden really does have something for everyone. The Gardens would be the perfect venue for a couple who loves outdoor photos with greenery and florals as well as having the space for larger guest counts. Catering and alcohol are both allowed in certain spaces. I may be biased but you can never go wrong with a venue surrounded by flowers!
Are you looking for a wedding venue with a view of the city? If so, Burritt is the spot for you! Nestled near the top of Monte Sano Mountain, Burritt holds a historic mansion, a flat overlook for ceremony or cocktail hour, a gazebo, and an indoor space for a reception. There is a kitchen for catering and alcohol is allowed on the premises.
I hope you were able to find this post useful! You may also find 10 Tips for a Stress-Free Wedding helpful, too!