Beautiful Vermont Wedding Venues

I’ll confess, most of my knowledge of Vermont comes from the 1950s musical “White Christmas.” “Vermont should be beautiful this time of year,” one of the leads says, considering the certainty of wintry elements, “all that snow.”  And while we’re pretty sure that winter isn’t everyone’s favorite time of year to plan a wedding, we’d have to agree – although this state makes for a particularly pretty background to your wedding day in any season.

Wedding Venues in Vermont

Speaking of wedding day backgrounds, we have a couple of specific sites in mind to share. Woodstock Inn & Resort is a sprawling estate covered in carefully landscaped gardens and scenery-surrounded pathways, and the wedding venue is fit for ceremonies and receptions of any size – from intimate parties to celebrations of more than 200 people. An experienced event staff is on site, willing and ready to help you plan your day and assist you in selecting from a variety of locations, menus, and details. As a bonus, the resort is also a perfect place for rehearsal dinners and luncheons.

Meanwhile, wedding planning couples looking for an extra dose of historic flair or a wedding location primed for a destination agenda should take a glance at the Hubbell Homestead. Built in 1768, the homestead is among the oldest wood frame structures in Vermont and is set in farm country with wide open views of the Green Mountains. We love the simple wood structure, while the building’s location in Colgate Park means that planning and catering options are at your service – as well as overnight availability in the cozy Event Barn Suites.

P.S. Don’t forget to use the best planning tools around – our wedding websites are perfect for communicating with your guests and sharing the details of your wedding day and registry.

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Anne Anne is a serial optimist and hopeless romantic living in a big red barn in Colorado with her husband Shayne. She loves black and white films and making messes in the kitchen and considers life wholly incomplete without a regular dose of dark chocolate.

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