The famous city of Philadelphia has a lot to offer. From the incredible skyscrapers to the charm of the center city, every trip downtown provides a fresh experience. If you’re a Pennsylvania native, there’s a likely chance you’ve considered capturing your wedding day in this famous blue-collar city.
Ranked amongst the biggest cities in the United States, it can be difficult to pinpoint exactly where to hold the perfect wedding celebration. As you probably realize, it isn’t difficult due to the number of options. However, it’s tougher to dwindle down your list to just a few of the many options out there.
Cupa Cabana is the original wedding coffee catering company, so you could say we know a thing or two about event venues. Just take a look at our recent article on the top Jersey Shore celebration halls or our past coverage of NYC skyline views for your big day. Since we’re showing love across the tristate area, Philadelphia is the perfect next step.
Grab a cup of coffee and strap yourself in for today’s featured blog post on Philadelphia’s most stunning wedding venues.
Location: North Kensington Art District
“FAME is a modern event space created on the top floor of a former textile factory in the North Kensington Art District. There is a main loft space with 15′ ceilings, an adjacent cocktail & lounge area, an outdoor patio, wood-like floors, and modern lighting.”
Location: Old City
“A spacious ballroom and eclectic rooftop lounge, rooms fit for royalty. Features An interior design that captures Philadelphia—past, and present—from its earliest finds to present-day fancies. You’ll find beautiful spaces like the sensational Lafayette Ballroom with natural lighting and the Stratus Rooftop Lounge, one of the hottest additional venues across the city.”
Location: North Philidelphia
“One of Philadelphia’s premier event locations, Knowlton is a 19th-century country estate with a rich history and an exciting future. Built in 1881 by a famous Victorian architect Frank Furness, this fully restored mansion features original antique furnishings, richly colored stained glass windows, oriental rugs, an impressive art collection, and ornately carved mantelpieces geometrically patterned woodwork throughout.”
Location: East Germantown
“Portico is an enchanting venue at a Victorian mansion in Philadelphia. The Francis Cope House is located at Awbury Arboretum, a 55-acre public park with a historic landscape of trees, shrubs, meadows, and botanical gardens.”