Planning a Wedding in Syracuse

bride and groom kissing in syracuse wedding ceremony

bride and groom kissing in syracuse wedding ceremony

Looking for outstanding wedding venues in Syracuse? Not to brag, but we’re pretty sure that we’ve got the ultimate list of wedding vendors up our sleeves. But because we’d never consider hiding such a treasure, we’re sharing it all with you right here – and starting you off on the right foot with a few of our Syracuse favorites.

A Wedding Venue in Syracuse

We know you want your wedding to be a memorable occasion, both for the two of you and for all of your guests. The 1792 Filigree Inn is an area venue that will help you put together an event that’s impossible to forget on a beautiful 180 acre estate. The setting is all elegant countryside, with incredible gardens and a historic inn as the backdrop for your ceremony and reception. A wedding coordinator is on the inn’s staff and will assist you in planning your special day, as well as helping customize the details of your venue and menus.

Wedding Planners in Syracuse

Looking to plan your wedding with the minimum amount of stress? Consider hiring a wedding planner. While planning your own wedding can be a manageable task, it is also wonderful to have someone come alongside you and support you as you put together the details of your day. Miss Priss Wedding and Event Planning is a Syracuse-based wedding planning company who understands that idea completely. Planners from Miss Priss make it a priority to handle the details and timeline of your wedding day so you have the time and energy to focus on your fiancé as you begin your new lives together.

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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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