We’re headed to Baltimore with today’s historic spotlighted venue! The Belvedere, built in 1903 as Baltimore’s first luxury hotel, has five, yes five, unique ballrooms that accommodate intimate receptions of 80 or large gatherings of over 350. The hotel has an exclusive in-house caterer, Truffles Catering, specializing in fresh and local food, and giving all their attention to every last detail. (Speaking of Truffles, be sure to read their advice post on catering!)
Deirdre and Karl chose The Belvedere‘s Grand Ballroom for both their ceremony and reception… and in good company, too. F. Scott Fitzgerald hosted parties in this private 12th floor space, with accommodations for over 300 guests and the option to be combined with the Platinum Room for even larger parties. And, don’t forget about the soaring 26’ ceilings, historic facade and nighttime views, captured by Jennifer McMenamin Photography.
Above Photo Credits: Jennifer McMenamin Photography
The Charles Ballroom was the perfect setting for Tamica and Rhoan’s ceremony and reception from Borrowed Blue Photography. With a seated reception capacity for 240 guests, this former 1950’s supper club is located on the lobby level of the hotel and offers a completely different, yet still beautifully historical, feel. On this level of the hotel, you can choose from the John Eager Howard room or the Palm ballroom for your cocktail or other wedding events, too!
Above Photo Credits: Borrowed Blue Photography
If you’d like to wed where Clark Gable, Sarah Jessica Parker and nearly a dozen U.S. Presidents have stayed, contact Averil or call (410) 332-1000 and visit The Belvedere’s website for more information.