A Topnotch wedding is a one-of-a-kind day born of your imagination. Elevated by our countless offerings, incomparable panoramas, superior attention to detail. Our wedding staff takes special care to help create the wedding you really want. And when your special day arrives, you'll know you made the right choice.
Wedding Receptions and Rehearsal dinners can be hosted in a variety of locations at the Resort, depending on the number of guests. The Highlands Tavern, Highlands Dining Room, the Resort’s Beach Pavilion with it’s rustic interior, patio and deck or a private vacation home are available.
Our beautiful 18-acre resort and our sister property,The Ponds at Bolton Valley, serve as the perfect backdrop for your important day. No other Vermont resort offers our inviting accommodations, unmatched catering by award-winning chefs, and the attention to detail of our staff. Savor your day at The Essex Resort & Spa.
Perched in the middle of 407 pristine acres, the Southern Vermont Arts Center’s historic 1917 Georgian Revival mansion, Yester House Gallery, is arguably the finest venue for private parties in the area.
We are a VT vineyard and winery with a beautiful Tasting Room and Loft area for indoor events of up to 150 and space among the vines for a casual outdoor or larger tented traditional wedding, rehearsal dinner or shower. We offer our own award-winning wines, local beer and your choice of caterer. Open all year.
Mount Snow Resort- the feel of a destination wedding with the convenience of being close to home. From rehearsal dinner to farewell breakfast treat your guests to the beauty of Southern Vermont. Stay for the weekend, remember for a lifetime.
Browse our directory of Vermont wedding ceremony sites for the ideal place to tie the knot. You'll find the perfect wedding location to reflect you and your love.
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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.” read more