A Couple getting married in a beautiful vintage wedding venue in Cleveland.

Planning your wedding is a large task. From catering and décor decisions to choosing a venue and making arrangements for guests, you have a lot on your plate. Fortunately, your wedding day will be worth every step you take in the planning process. And because we want that day to be extra special, we have some Cleveland vendor inspiration to share.

Wedding Venues in Cleveland

Choosing a venue may very well be the first decision you and your significant other make when you sit down to plan your wedding. And while there are many stunning venues in Cleveland, we’ll admit that we’ve found a few that make us extra giddy. Glidden House is definitely on the list with its elegant frame, historic charm (the building was constructed in 1910), and beautiful grounds. The tented patio seats up to 130 guests, while the house’s banquet rooms are just the right size for an intimate gathering or rehearsal dinner. Meanwhile, family-owned and operated event center Meadow Ridge Farm is a former dairy farm just outside of Cleveland with some of the prettiest wedding day backdrops around. Two pavilions and two unique ceremony sites give couples options, and each accommodates at least 250 of your favorite people.

Wedding Photographers in Cleveland

Cleveland’s wedding photography scene is made up of photographers of all types and styles. From photojournalistic to fine art photographers, you’re sure to find someone whose work you and your soon-to-be absolutely adore. To get started however, we’d like you to meet Brittany Graham of Brittany Graham Photography. Cleveland-based, Brittany specializes in wedding and portrait photography, and prides herself on creating beautiful photos for her clients. We’re a fan of her intimate approach to portraits and her ability to capture emotion through her work.

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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