The question of where and when your Maryland wedding will take place may not be the easiest of wedding planning tasks, but today we’re giving you a glimpse of all that Maryland has to offer in the venue department. We gave you this this list of 10 places to get married in Maryland, but we are following it up with 10 more places! Whether you’re searching for a home for your elaborate celebration in Baltimore, or an intimate affair along the Chesapeake Bay, there are plenty of unique locations to choose from in the place that I like to call home!
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It’s a colonial retreat when you’re walking among the magnificent gardens at Governor Calvert House, a charming boutique hotel in downtown Annapolis. Vintage charm and modern luxury come together at this Maryland venue, along with a few other local spots in a collection of quaint boutique hotels by the Historic Inns of Annapolis.
If you want to feel like you’re having a destination wedding without leaving the Old Line State, then the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay is your venue! This Eastern Shore luxury resort is the perfect setting for an elegant, nautical celebration.
Milton Ridge, a non-denominational church and reception hall, is located on the rolling hills between Frederick and Washington DC. Originally constructed in 1875 and beautifully restored in 2002, this Clarksburg setting is oozing with romance!
Are you looking for a hotel exudes silver screen romance? Meet The Inn at Perry Cabin, where movies like The Wedding Crashers and The First Kiss have taken inspiration in this Saint Michaels getaway. Exchange vows in within the surrounds of a colonial mansion or on the lawn by the water’s edge!
Make your own history with the breathtaking beauty rich history of Maryland’s Tidewater area at Sotterly Plantation. Sotterley offers a sweeping view of the Patuxent River and encompasses nearly 100 acres of meadows, gardens, and shoreline.
The scene is set for a truly romantic affair at Gramercy Mansion in Stevenson. From the Mansion and grounds to the charming Carriage House—what’s not to love about this Baltimore-area wedding venue? And as an added bonus for local foodies: guests enjoy a breakfast served from a menu each morning using ingredients from Koinonia Farm, Maryland’s oldest certified organic farm, located on the property.
Running Hare Vineyard offers a stunning view and a beautifully unique setting that’s reminiscent of Tuscany and the Napa Valley—in Prince Frederick! You will fall head over heels in love with the custom pergola, charming walkways and the Tuscan reception villa.
Located on Kent Island, the Historic Kent Manor Inn sits at the end of a mile-long tree-lined drive on 220 acres along the shores of Thompson Creek. This venue, just outside of Annapolis, features a glass-enclosed octagonal Garden House and stunning waterfront views.
Harwood Farm is truly one of the most scenic farms in Howard County. Overlooking abundant fields and featuring a three-acre pond, this country setting will be a perfect fit for your outdoor nuptials.
One of the most beautiful settings in Prince George’s County, Newton White Mansion is located in an divinely picturesque setting in Mitchellville. The Mansion is a Neo-Georgian-style brick estate sits on 586 acres of lush lawn, including the Enterprise Golf Course.
Maryland has SO much to offer and we hope you enjoyed just a glimpse of all that it has to offer in the wedding venue department. Be sure to also check out our previous posts on Baltimore wedding venues and round-up of Maryland wedding venues, too! You can also see our full list of wedding venues in the entire Washington DC area. Happy venue hunting!