Vermont Wedding Venues
Known for its natural landscapes, predominant forests, vibrant fall colors, and leading maple syrup production, Vermont has the necessary character and charm to host the perfect wedding.
Summer in Vermont offers a thriving arts culture and many opportunities to hike, mountain bike, golf, and kayak, while fall is famous for its explosive foliage. Winter drives the state to its most competitive days of skiing, while spring delivers a much-needed weekend getaway to wind down. Vermont is a state with a well-rounded and eclectic environment with activities to fit all of your wedding standards.
Off-peak wedding season is winter, as Vermont is the seventh coldest state in the country. Areas to consider for your wedding include Burlington, Montpelier, Bennington and Stowe.
Burlington has a growing arts scene, excellent shopping centers and is home to three colleges and university. With its scenic fountains and historic buildings, Burlington is a quaint little town with the soul of a big city—the perfect little town to host your wedding.
Montpelier has been labeled one of the best 100 small arts towns in the nation due to its commitment, and subsequent growth, to the arts community. Montpelier has live entertainment every weekend and is home to several festivals throughout the year. There’s rarely a quiet weekend in this city, to say the least.
Bennington is a growing town with renowned architecture, dozens of locally owned shops, and a growing arts district with six art galleries under its belt. Local city attractions include the Bennington Museum, Bennington Center for the Arts, and Robert Frost Museum, among others. Rich in history, Bennington has dozens of charming venues to fulfill all of your wedding requests.
Stowe is nearly 200 years old and boasts upscale shopping, cross-country ski trails, quiet rivers, the northern range Green Mountains, and the famous Ben & Jerry’s ice cream factory. Stunning natural views will enhance the picturesque wedding you dream of.
Wedding Venue Prices in Vermont
Off-peak wedding season begins at the start of winter. With the extreme temperatures, locals prefer to wait for the fall, summer and spring months to get married.
Looking at all of the necessary costs of planning a wedding, the average cost of a wedding in Vermont is a whopping $35,493, nearly $6,000 above the national average. Sales tax in Vermont is a steady 6%.
Information and Resources for Weddings in Vermont
To obtain a marriage license in Vermont, you’ll need:
1) Fee of $45
2) Basic information about yourself and your spouse
3) Both yours and your spouse’s parents’ names and mothers’ maiden names, as well as places of birth
4) Valid identification
A marriage license is valid for a period of 60 days and can be used anywhere in the state regardless of where it was obtained.