Temple Beth David of the South Shore is a small but warm community that serves the South Shore Boston area as a sanctuary for individuals of all backgrounds. In 1959, a small group of people in the South Shore area desired a place to pray and instill Jewish values and traditions without restrictions from a more observant jewish life.
Let the bells that chime on your wedding day be historic ones with Revolutionary ties! With a history that dates back to the American Revolution, the Old West Church is a truly remarkable location to celebrate your wedding. Founded in 1737, the church served for 150 years as one of the most active congregations in Boston.
Picture yourself getting married in this unique tranquil setting of an antique English style stone Chapel rich in history and beauty. The Chapel is located in Andover, Massachusetts just 25 miles from Boston and close to many reception facilities in the area.
T.J. Smith's Victorian House is located in a quiet country setting and still maintains the look and charm of yesteryear. Constructed in 1882 as East Bridgewater's West School, the historic building is painted in its original colors with a wrap around porch and an enclosed gazebo. Delightful garden and courtyard areas compliment the facility.
Conveniently located only 30 minutes from Boston, Steeple Hall at Mission Oak Grill in Newburyport is the perfect venue for the biggest day of your life. The converted Baptist church underwent a stunning transformation in 2012, producing a truly unforgettable space.
Imagine your elegant ceremony in the hall and saying “I do” surrounded by the people you love most.
Perfect for hosting an unforgettable Nantucket wedding in a historic setting, this unique space allows you to tie-the-knot or celebrate your upcoming years of bliss in a place brimming with tradition. Originally constructed by the Society of Friends as a school in 1838, this building truly proves that simplicity is elegance.
Old South Church in Boston, Massachusetts is a wedding site that brims with tradition and elegance. The Church offers two venues; the large main Sanctuary seats up to 750 people while the smaller Gordon Chapel seats up to 150. While quite different aesthetically, both spaces are beautiful and provide the perfect atmosphere for your wedding.
Marsh Chapel lies at the center of a thriving civic and young community at Boston University. In service to that community, the Dean, chaplains, and staff of the Chapel happily welcome into their doors any and all who wish to be married in a ceremony that is both traditionally inspired and tastefully guided. The beautiful chapel stands out from the cityscape with its majestic architecture.
Located in Fall River only a short drive from the bustling city of Boston, the Abbey Grill offers an elegantly appointed backdrop for your big day that boasts a historic flare. Once a vacant and vandalized building, the Abbey Grill rose from the ashes to become one of the most elegant dining spaces in the region -- making it a fitting option for beginning your love story.
First Parish in Framingham, Massachusetts is a lovely and peaceful site for your wedding ceremony. The Unitarian Universalist Congregation’s Meeting House is available to bring your special day to life with an environment that is welcoming and tranquil. The interior of First Parish Meeting House is bright white with dark floors.
Church/Temple weddings are a pleasure for guests and a magical dream come true for brides and grooms.
There is just something so timeless and gorgeous about Church/Temple weddings in Massachusetts.
Church/Temple wedding venues make for some of the most romantic celebrations, bringing families together in a peaceful, serene setting.
Church/Temple weddings are perfect for large parties, intimate gatherings, or even a whimsical elopement.