Make The Toledo Club your perfect wedding destination and enjoy professional, personalized service. Experience the old world charm of this richly appointed architectural gem. The Club offers an ambience steeped in tradition with endless creative options to make your special day absolutely perfect.
Jeffrey Mansion Park consists of nearly 40 acres, including the two Commonwealth Parks located on the east side of Parkview Avenue. Walk up the cobblestone stairs towards the castle-like light red and cream mansion. With expansive grounds, take a scenic stroll among the green trees, tall bushes, and fragrant colorful flowers that cover every inch of the meadows. Have your ceremony on the green.
Taft Museum of Art offers elegance, convenience, and a masterpiece just around the corner. As one of the finest small art museums in America, this National Historic Landmark was built in 1820 and is home to an extensive art collection that includes European and American master paintings, Chinese porcelains, and European decorative arts.
The beauty and romance of your wedding at Lantern Court in The Holden Arboretum will truly be unforgettable. This private estate offers outside terraces and gardens as a stunning backdrop for your wedding ceremony and reception.
You would begin your day at The Estate getting ready in the Master Suites upstairs, then descend the grand staircase to your ceremony on the majestic Side Terrace.
Adena was the 2000-acre estate of Thomas Worthington (1773-1827), sixth governor of Ohio and one of the state's first United States Senators. The mansion house, completed in 1806-1807, has been restored to look much as it did when the Worthington family lived there, including many original Worthington family furnishings.
The Bryn Du Mansion and grounds comprise a fifty-two acre estate in Granville, Ohio. The centerpiece for your wedding portraits, and the hub for your special day, the Bryn Du Mansion offers a variety of elegant spaces with unique architectural details. Hand crafted wood paneling details the West and East wings and the formal dining room.
From gears to gardens, The Cleveland History Center, a museum of the Western Reserve Historical Society, is the ideal venue for a wedding. Guests enjoy stunning décor, classic architectural detail, and historic collections from cars to clothes.
You have always wanted this day to be special, and the majestic setting of Piatt Castles will create the perfect backdrop for your wedding. Filled with elegance and history, this venue has it all. Like the Mecoche division of the Shawnee people who occupied the land before them, the Piatts treasure the resources and the spirit of the valley they call home. In the 1820's, Judge Benjamin M.
Mooreland Mansion at Lakeland Community College is a gorgeous turn-of-the-century mansion that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built as a summer home for the Moore family, this lovely estate was renovated in 1998 and has been operating as a conference center at the college ever since.
Kingwood Center Gardens invites you to have your celebration in North Central Ohio's most beautiful setting. With 47 acres of grounds and meticulously maintained gardens for you and your guests to enjoy, your wedding is sure to be unforgettable.
Our most popular ceremony venue is the Allee.
Mansion 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 Mansion weddings in Ohio.
Mansion wedding venues make for some of the most romantic celebrations, bringing families together in a peaceful, serene setting.
Mansion weddings are perfect for large parties, intimate gatherings, or even a whimsical elopement.