While traditional wedding venues will always hold a special place in my heart, sometimes it’s the non-traditional event spaces that make for the most memorable weddings! If you’re a bride looking for a fun and unique location for your wedding in the Boston, Massachusetts area, you may want to mention these venues to your Boston wedding planner or coordinator as a potential fit because they are absolutely perfect for a bespoke affair. Don’t settle for a venue that leaves you searching for ways to make your wedding have the memorable guest experience that you were really looking for. See what a few of our favorite Boston, Massachusetts wedding venues have to offer below!
Red Sox fans rejoice! America’s most beloved ballpark can also be your wedding venue. Fenway Park is the perfect site for large weddings, with the ability to accommodate up to 300 wedding guests. Imagine having your first look on home plate, saying “I do” in front of a panoramic view of the field, and a beautiful reception at The EMC Club. One of our favorite aspects of getting married at Fenway Park is that your wedding menu can be as casual or upscale as you’d like! Whether you opt for traditional ballpark fare for a late night snack or a five-star plated dinner for your reception, Fenway’s honored chefs ensure your guests will have a superb dining experience.
Located right outside of Boston in Everett, Massachusetts, Night Shift Brewing is a local brewery with delicious craft beers and a taproom that is the perfect modern space for your wedding and/or reception. Brides love this setting as it offers all the charm of a trendy industrial wedding venue at half the cost. With a max capacity of 200 guests, the industrial loft setting is spacious, yet feels cozy! Guests will love enjoying the fresh beers on draft and even taking a tour of the brewery to learn about how the beer is made.
Known for being an eclectic and funky space with delicious food + cocktails and live music, The Beehive has been named a must-see Boston event venue by Travel & Leisure, Zagat and The New York Times. Located in The Boston Center for the Arts complex in Boston’s South End, this space offers brides an upscale vibe with the ability to accommodate weddings of 400+. This boho-chic wedding venue has beautiful exposed brick walls, chandeliers and heavy draperies, so minimal decor is needed! If you’re looking to create a memorable guest experience, the food will undoubtedly be a hit. The Beehive’s cuisine can be described as East-meets-modern comfort food with rustic influences from the Middle East, Eastern Europe and America.
Home to America’s oldest car collection, the historic Larz Anderson Auto Museum is a widely popular event space that was voted as one of the Top 10 Boston Museums for a Wedding by The Knot. The Carriage House can comfortably accommodate up to 150 guests, while the Great Lawn can be tented to accommodate weddings of up to 500 guests. Brides note that the ability for guests to fully experience the museum, dining and mingling amongst the vintage automobiles, is always a hit.
If you envision your wedding at a venue you and your guests will always remember, these unique Boston wedding venues will allow you to host the most spectacular celebration imaginable for your wedding. If you select one of the wedding venues mentioned above, you’ll be certain to impress your guests and have a wonderful time!
Chancey Charm Boston Wedding Planner