Wedding Planning in Buffalo

We may be biased, but we think your wedding is a big deal. It also happens to involve a lot of details, from venues to ring bearer pillows, and everything in between. And because we’re here to lend a hand in your planning adventure (and help you remember how exciting it all is in the moments when you’re contemplating elopement instead), we’ve rounded up a few of the area vendors we like best for your Buffalo wedding.

Buffalo Wedding Venues

The Mansion on Delaware Avenue comes with some big recommendations. Buffalo’s only AAA Four Diamond hotel, with kudos from Conde Nast and Zagat alike, this boutique hotel is historic, elegant, and hosts incredible made to order weddings. Food and beverage can be supplied by the Mansion, and the venue is truly an all-in-one perfect venue for brides and grooms planning a wedding with a traditional, romantic touch.

Buffalo Wedding Catering

One of the city’s premiere restaurants, Oliver’s also happens to be one of the finest sources of wedding catering in Buffalo. The company specializes in contemporary American cuisine for cocktail parties, station-oriented meals, and seated dinners alike and has been an area favorite for decades. We happen to fully support their suggestion for a post-salad, pre-entrée, intermezzo – homemade lemon sorbet sounds like the perfect way to start a meal.

Buffalo Wedding Cake

Sweet Beginnings Bakery is a Buffalo shop that combines creativity and flavor with a helping of handmade love and care. Their wedding cakes are beautifully decorated creations that are practically impossible to put down, and, by the way, fudge brownie is one of their most popular cake flavors. Pair that up with some peanut butter filling and we’re sold.

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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