The Top 10 Temple Wedding Venues in Ohio

Find Your Dream Temple Wedding Venue in Ohio

Discover the enchanting beauty of Ohio's top 10 temple wedding venues. Whether you envision an elegant, traditional ceremony or a modern, vibrant celebration, Wedding Spot is here to help you find your perfect wedding venue. Explore these stunning temple wedding venues that will provide an unforgettable backdrop for your special day.

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    Glendale New Church

    Cincinnati, Ohio
    Sanctify your marriage in the spiritual and heartfelt ambiance of the Glendale New Church. The sacred venue allows bride and groom to come before God in their holy matrimony as they exchange vows under the dark wood archway leading to the alter.
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    First Congregational Church Ucc

    Columbus, Ohio
    First Congregational Church is a beautiful and sacred place for your wedding. The gothic sanctuary, with its towering ceilings, stained glass windows and rich wood carvings are awe-inspiring, yet surprisingly intimate. Exchange your vows amidst the grandeur of the vaulted sanctuary, the exquisite stained glass windows and Brussels Tapestries.
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    The Lands Weddings & Events

    Urbana, Ohio
    The Lands is more than a venue, it’s an experience. Our large-capacity venue offers everything under one roof, including simple yet elegant stone and wood spaces for pre-event preparations, ceremonies, cocktail hours and receptions. Whether it’s a dream wedding or a milestone celebration, your special day is about so much more than just the event.
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    St. Francis de Sales Parish

    Cincinnati, Ohio
    Celebrate the Sacrament of Marriage at St. Francis de Sales with a meaningful ceremony at St. Francis de Sales Parish. Built in 1849, St. Francis de Sales Parish has been an important part of the Cincinnati Catholic community for generations.
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    Trinity Baptist Church

    Columbus, Ohio
    Nestled in a lovely neighborhood just outside of downtown Columbus, Trinity Baptist Church has been a fixture of the community -- and a beautiful wedding venue -- since it first opened its doors in 1924. After undergoing many different leaderships, this house of God has finally become home to Pastor Davis and his loving wife Mrs. Tiqua Davis.
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    LaMalfa

    Mentor, Ohio
    The newly renovated indoor chapel is the perfect place for your wedding ceremony. This glass-enclosed galleria features an open glass wall and ceiling with skylight, bringing an elegant glow to your ceremony. White, satin fabric is suspended from the upper mezzanine, adding a dramatic effect to the grand staircase and the cathedral ceiling is accented with a twinkling canopy.
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    The United Church of Granville

    Granville, Ohio
    The United Church of Granville offers statuesque and dramatic elegance and beauty for your wedding ceremony. The grey stone-faced church, with its immense, pointed bell tower and roofs evokes images of a classic church nestled in the countryside. With vivid architecture and lush, quaint surrounding greenery, the United Church of Granville is a picturesque space for your wedding and wedding photos.
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    Mount Adams Pilgrim Chapel

    Cincinnati, Ohio
    A traditional wedding experience flourishes under the roof of the beautiful Mount Adams Pilgrim Chapel. Founded in 1886 and noted in the National Register of Historic Places, the Chapel preaches a vision of a caring and open congregation that welcomes all just as they are.
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    South Park United Methodist Church

    Dayton, Ohio
    South Park United Methodist Church, located in Dayton, Ohio, is available to host your stunning wedding celebration. The beautiful air conditioned sanctuary is an ideal location for a ceremony. The excellent pipe organ and pianist offers musical excellence for a worshipful wedding.
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    Our Lady Of Consolation Shrine Cafeteria

    Carey, Ohio
    Host your upcoming wedding reception in the Our Lady of Consolation Shrine Cafeteria. Located in Carey, Ohio, the congregation’s original wooden Shrine Church was built in 1875, while the impressive red-brick Byzantine-style Basilica located across the street was constructed in 1924.