Best Vintage wedding venues in Connecticut

Our Curated List of the Top 10 Connecticut Vintage Wedding Venues
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    Saint Clements Castle & Marina
    Portland, Connecticut
    Feel like you’re at a destination wedding with a castle without ever leaving Portland, Connecticut! Overlooking the scenic Connecticut River, this restored estate sits on 90 acres of beautifully landscaped land in the Connecticut River Valley, which lends a breathtaking view all-around and an air of European countryside charm.
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    Beech Tree Cottages
    Madison, Connecticut
    Beech Tree Cottages provides an outdoor venue with on-site lodging - perfect for couples looking for a backyard wedding with weekend accommodation for family and friends. - Our outdoor venue includes a 1600 square foot patio with custom tent plus a sprawling central lawn in a garden setting. Our events are tasteful and refined with a relaxing backyard feeling;
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    The Mill on The River
    South Windsor, Connecticut
    Enveloped in an ambiance of endearing charm, The Mill on The River is an idyllic location for any waterfront wedding. The venue overlooks a pristine stretch of the Podunk River, toting both indoor and outdoor wedding locations.
  • 4
    Salt Water Farm Vineyard
    Stonington, Connecticut
    One of the most stunning natural sites and destination wedding locations in wine country may just be in your own backyard. Saltwater Farm Vineyard is known for its award-winning wines and its stunning home on the beautiful Connecticut shoreline.
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    Heritage Hotel
    Southbury, Connecticut
    Host a rustic wedding that embraces Connecticut's breathtaking countryside, or craft the classic, elegant New England wedding of your dreams in a secluded, pastoral hillside in Southbury. There are numerous room options for you to choose from, each more breathtaking than the next. Have your effortlessly romantic woodsy ceremony in the Stone Garden surrounded by a lush flower filled garden.
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    The Lace Factory
    Deep River, Connecticut
    Beginning as a local shipbuilding yard, then dockage for the ivory being delivered to local piano factories, Deep River Landing has a long history as a center of activity. Constructed in 1875, the building that came to house “The Lace Factory” with its landmark chimney has become an integral part of the picturesque location at the edge of the Connecticut River.
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    Essex Station
    Essex, Connecticut
    All aboard! When you decide to become an Essex Station couple, you can count on having exclusive use of the Main Ballroom, our gorgeous industrial chic space. It has so much history and charm dating bak toi the days when it was a witch hazel bottling plant.
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    Chamard Vineyards
    Clinton, Connecticut
    Nestled in the shoreline town of Clinton, Connecticut, Chamard Vineyards sets the stage for your big day. Established in 1983, with the present winery building finished in 1988, Chamard Vineyards is among the most beautiful and traditional of New England wineries.
  • 9
    Wickham Park
    Manchester, Connecticut
    The 280 acre Park has two (2) wedding and reception venues: Cabin at hilltop-Wed in our hilltop amphitheater with spectacular Hartford skyline, stroll through your cocktail hour and photos in the breathtaking garden onto your dining tent which adjoins your reception in the log cabin.
  • 10
    Hill-Stead Museum
    Farmington, Connecticut
    Bring your dream wedding to life at the beautiful and historic Hill-Stead Museum. Nestled in Farmington, Connecticut, this picturesque venue was built in 1901 and is designated as a National Historic Landmark. For your special day, the estate offers five stunning indoor and outdoor event spaces to accommodate intimate gatherings, luxurious celebrations, and everything in between.