Wedding Venues in Cleveland, OH
You’ll never grow tired of the view at the 100th Bomb Group. This super-sized French-style farmhouse overlooks the runways at the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport so you can spend the evening watching the planes land and take off. This place is elegance all the way, and they don’t make the bride lift a finger. The staff at the 100th Bomb Group handles every detail of your big day, right down to your invitations and transportation. All you have to do is a find a dress (and a groom!) and show up. They take care of the rest. Prices aren’t cheap, but you won’t know how much it’s going to cost you until you take a tour. They’ll give you a detailed estimate then.
Looking for a way to infuse a little style into your wedding? It doesn’t get any more hip than the House of Blues. The eclectic style of the venue will set the stage for your event and leave little need for additional décor. Choose from one or more rooms within the building or rent out the entire facility – it all depends on your crowd and your budget. Don’t even think about bringing in a DJ – you have to have live music at the House of Blues. The staff at the venue will discuss your tastes and expectations before helping you hire live music for your special day.
The Union Club brings sophistication and class to a whole new level. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time as you enter the building, and you get the use of the entire facility for your wedding day. There are separate rooms for the ceremony, drinks and hors d’oeuvres and receptions, as well as guest sweets on the top floor for the bridal party to use. If you rent the facility for an extra day, guests can even stay the night in the eight guest rooms available. The facility handles every detail of your wedding, including food, drinks and décor. Three different packages are available so you can match your event to your budget.
What’s not fancy about a wedding on a golf course? The banquet hall at StoneWater is classy, yet rustic with exposed beams and old-style chandeliers. The room is large, but not big enough for a huge wedding. They can fit 120 guests or less, so scale back your guest list a bit of you have your heart set on this place. The food is good and while they do offer a menu for your planning purposes, they also consider requests. If you have a favorite food that you don’t see on the menu, ask. They may just make it for your wedding.
Imagine having an entire cruise ship all to yourself for your wedding day. If you have enough guests, you can do just that with the Nautica Queen. The Nautica Queen, docked in the flats, takes cruises nearly every day during the spring, summer and fall. They offer several wedding packages to help you design your day around your dreams. If you book enough guests you’ll have the whole ship to yourself, or you have the option of booking a private cruise so you’ll have the ship all to yourself no matter how few people you invite. For just $200 extra, you can even be married by the captain himself. Cruises visit the Cuyahoga River and Lake Erie, letting your guests take in breathtaking views of the Cleveland skyline and surrounding areas.