We are lucky because the Philadelphia area is heavily populated with stunning spaces to tie the knot and celebrate. But when couples come to us in search of an idyllic place that can host both their ceremony and reception, then the options begin to narrow down. Fortunately, three of the venues that we are proud to be the exclusive caterer for provide everything these couples are looking for—delivering the notable benefits of hosting both parts of your wedding in one site.
Cut down on your expenses and logistics while enhancing the flow and continuity of your wedding experience by choosing one of these prized wedding venues.
Valuable Pennsylvania Wedding Venues
Springton Manor Farm
At Springton Manor Farm, you will find not only the historic Manor House with an elegant porch for your cocktail hour and flexible tent for full reception service, but you will also have your choice among three charming ceremony spaces. The century-old linden tree, perennial gardens and beach tree grove provide an oasis for you to tie the knot. Add in the 300 acres of lush grounds and pastoral vistas with grazing farm animals, and it’s easy to see how your wedding dreams flourish in this historic property that dates back to the 1800s as a colonial plantation.
From the day you tour this immaculate property to the time you arrive to relax among its beauty, the staff and amenities make your wedding vision come to life effortlessly. With a golf cart to use for photos to take you around the property to photo destinations and recently a renovated bridal suite and grooms room to get ready in, the amenities and expertise found at Springton Manor Farm remove any hassle you may foresee and ensure your wedding day flows seamlessly.
From the red barn to the historic Manor House, all the buildings at Springton Manor Farm are preserved to maintain their original charm while being renovated to offer the modern amenities you desire. You can now enjoy getting ready for your serene ceremony in the elegant bridal suite and grooms room and return to these charming spaces to regroup before photos. The moulding and bronze sconces of the Manor House will take your breath away while the 400-square-foot outdoor tented structure invites up to 250 guests to its crisp reception space that can be transformed to embrace your wedding theme.
The 18,000 square feet of customizable space that comprise Phoenixville Foundry place no limits on your wedding dreams. And with the cost savings of not having to pay for rentals, decorations and staff for two separate ceremony and reception spaces, you will have extra budget to bring your vision to life. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the beautiful architecture and historic aspects of this space create a charming atmosphere that requires little additional decorating.
The three distinct spaces found in this prime Chester County wedding venue situated on the banks of the French Creek naturally mesh old-world industrial charm with chic modern updates. The 60-foot ceilings, clerestory windows, and double sweeping staircases are only a few examples of the architectural elements that this historical site dating back to 1882 offers. The elegant chandeliers, balcony mezzanines, girder ceilings and shiny tile floors continue the list of eye-catching designs that elevate your wedding vision.
With the Cupola Ballroom and Mezzanine, the West Wing Ballroom and the Heritage Center all decked out with historic and stunning features and all available for rent year-round, you can find the right niche for your ceremony, cocktail hour and reception all at Phoenixville Foundry.
Whether you are planning an intimate or grand wedding, Radnor Hunt will be a perfect fit for your ceremony and reception plans. The sprawling meadow is filled with natural beauty in every season and provides several idyllic ceremony spots. Or you may choose to walk down the lush lawn to meet in front of the beaming tree situated in front of your guests who can relax on white garden chairs among a refreshing breeze. After you tie the knot, you can head to the small ballroom for a cocktail hour with panoramic vistas of the rolling countryside. The covered patio and close-by sitting rooms provide plenty of room for guests to socialize before the party really gets started.
When it is time for dinner and dancing, we suggest larger parties head to the grand ballroom. Your guests will continue to enjoy breathtaking views, now through floor-to-ceiling windows that bring the outdoors in. The parquet floors and captivating artwork set the tone for an unforgettable reception that can extend to the covered outdoor patio. Connected to the grand ballroom through a French window, this unique space can also be used for cocktail hours—your options are seemingly endless in the open floor plan that characterizes the oldest active foxhunt in the United States.
If you want your custom-designed menu and flawless service delivered on time and on budget to a prized Pennsylvania wedding venue, contact our experienced catering team online or give us a call at 610.725.9420.