Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life, so don’t settle for any ole’ location. Take your time in picking which location you want your special day to take place at. There are so many great locations to choose from in Ohio, so the decision is especially difficult to make. Below you will find three options to consider before making your final decision.
Mohican Gardens has several venues to choose from, so you can have your reception indoors or outdoors. It’s totally up to you. Mohican Gardens can accommodate luxurious, formal ceremonies, or you can have a fun, casual, outdoorsy reception. Choosing Mohican Gardens as your wedding venue will option you up to even more options. This venue has a food prep area and offers golf cart assistance for the bride when traveling from her room to the reception. The best thing about booking your big day at Mohican Gardens is having an indoor backup plan in case it rains.
Hedge Art Gallery
If elegance is what you’re looking for, then you will be happy having your ceremony at the Hedge Art Gallery. When the gallery isn’t being rented out for other events, it provides artists with a means to display their work. If having new art displayed at your wedding sounds like your cup of tea, then book your ceremony at Hedge Art Gallery. It’s definitely one of the most unique places to get married at in Northeast Ohio.
The White Oak Inn
The White Oak Inn outdoor’s area is perfect for weddings. Their gazebo makes the perfect backdrop for the reception itself, and guests with make use of it as a social area after dinner. This intimate venue provides you with everything you need for your special day. This is an appropriate venue for 125 guests or less. Alternatively, you can hold a wedding of 40 maximum guests in one of the Amish-styled inn’s rooms. No matter the venue, White Oak Inn will provide the photographer, minister, cake, and all other services a person needs for a wedding. Even the dinner will be provided should you wish. White Oak Inn is known particularly for its food. In fact, when it’s not hosting weddings, it operates as a normal bed & breakfast.