Best Vintage wedding venues in North Carolina

Our Curated List of the Top 10 North Carolina Vintage Wedding Venues
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    Rosa Lee Manor
    Pilot Mountain, North Carolina
    Historic Rosa Lee Manor is a working farm owned and managed by the Hunter family since the early 1800's. The House, Gardens, Patios, Gazebo, Cabin and Barn (Carriage House) are all yours for the day. If your goal is to have a homey event for your friends and family, Rosa Lee Manor provides the perfect cozy setting.
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    The Barns at Summerfield Farms
    Summerfield, North Carolina
    Nestled on more than 600 acres in the picturesque countryside of Summerfield, North Carolina, The Barn At Summerfield Farms offers a rustic yet elegant setting for your once in a lifetime event. This scenic working farm and events venue features two spectacular spaces, the Barn and the Pole Barn, where you can host a magical wedding reception.
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    Payne Meadows
    Murphy, North Carolina
    Nestled in the heart of the rolling Appalachian Mountains only a few miles from Murphy, Payne Meadows offers ones of the finest venues for a rustic barn wedding in western North Carolina. Providing a secluded feel with its charming location, Payne Meadows is known as one of the premier country style wedding venues in Cherokee County.
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    Butterfly Kisses Pavilion
    Newport, North Carolina
    Since 2011, Butterfly Kisses Pavilion has been engraving sweet memories into the hearts and minds of their guests by offering a premier wedding venue in Eastern North Carolina that every bride and groom can enjoy. The Butterfly Kisses Pavilion is a family friendly location that was established by the founders to create the perfect picture perfect wedding for their daughter.
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    Ritchie Hill
    Concord, North Carolina
    Welcome to Ritchie Hill, a southern estate designed and restored to host truly historic weddings. Located in Concord's Historic District, only a short distance from Charlotte, NC, Ritchie Hill features a landmark residence with four acres of gardens and outdoor entertaining space. Ritchie Hill is a 1906 Queen Anne Victorian that maintains historic architectural features.
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    The Stockroom at 230
    Raleigh, North Carolina
    Rooted in the heart of Downtown Raleigh on Fayetteville Street, The Stockroom at 230 provides a uniquely contemporary yet historical setting for you to tie the knot. The Stockroom at 230 resides in a four-story Classical Revival structure coined the Carolina Trust Building, constructed at the turn of the century in a simple yet exquisite design that is architecturally and culturally significant.
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    Cape Fear Vineyard & Winery
    Elizabethtown, North Carolina
    Experience a perfect wedding at Cape Fear Vineyard & Winery. Located in Elizabethtown, NC and surrounded by rolling hills of vines and lush beauty, you and your guests will feel transported to a tranquil and relaxing getaway. The Landing on Vineyard Lake is a stunning showcase for a waterfront ceremony. This location features Majesty Swans and dazzling Peacocks.
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    The Bella Collina Mansion
    Stokesdale, North Carolina
    Be sure to visit our website at for more photos and more information! The Bella Collina Mansion is tucked away in the heart of Stokesdale, North Carolina. This handsome building has stunning sites inside and out to host your special day. Imagine a lakeside wedding ceremony as you exchange vows on the lawn.
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    All Saints Chapel
    Raleigh, North Carolina
    Nested within the heart of Raleigh on South East Street, the All Saints Chapel offers blissful couples a historical landmark setting to host a truly memorable wedding and reception. The Chapel features 18-foot ceilings, exposed wood beams, iconic chapel arches, and clerestory stained glass windows.
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    Homewood Event & Conference Center
    Asheville, North Carolina
    What could be more romantic than an English stone manor for your dream wedding? There is such a place known as Homewood located in Asheville, North Carolina’s post-Victorian historic district of Montford. Built in the 1920’s as a luxury home, Homewood is now an Event Center for all special occasions.