Our Now Trending venue series is back once again! For our previous post, we reviewed Philadelphia’s top museums (you don’t want to miss it!). This time, we’re visiting another one of our highly recommend venue styles: garden weddings.
There’s no denying how much we adore garden settings. Flowers, greenery, and gorgeous trees abound, which look stunning during the spring and summer. However, the foliage in the fall is equally as beautiful! Natural light filled gardens create fantastic opportunities for us to create unique settings through style and aesthetics for our couples, and these spaces invite photographers to capture magnificent portraits.
The Horticulture Center is one of our most visited garden wedding locales in Philadelphia, and for great reason – the outdoor garden space is perfect for ceremonies while the greenhouse is a wonderful option for cocktail hours and receptions. We’re also always up for return trips to plan and design at terrain! The venue is fantastic, plus their team is equally as wonderful. We also coordinated a gorgeous spring wedding at Hotel du Village in New Hope. The grounds of this bed and breakfast and venue are tucked away in Bucks County and filled with so many spaces for gorgeous photos, alcoves for guests to enjoy being outside, and a ceremony patio overlooking lush greenery that’s perfectly suited for spring, summer, and fall weddings (we can only imagine the gorgeous foliage!). Lastly, we have had the great fortune to visit gardens that are part of private homes and estates. Few places are more fitting for a wedding than a family’s beloved outdoor garden.
We’re sharing a peek behind the scenes of a few of our most memorable garden weddings below, so make sure to keep reading! And stay tuned for a few more of our favorite venue styles over the coming weeks.
Photo: Pat Furey/ Private Home Photo: We Laugh We Love/ Terrain Photo: Becka Pillmore Photography/ The Philadelphia Horticultural Society Photo: Forged in the North / Hotel Du Village Photo: Ash Imagery/ The Philadelphia Horticultural Society