There’s no other couple quite like you, and no other place in the world that offers quite the interesting array of options for your special day like that of Lehigh Valley, PA. Steeped in its history, culture and terrain, Lehigh Valley’s wedding venues offer a striking stage for every style. Discover some of the most special places to get married in Lehigh Valley.

Vault 634 | 634 Hamilton St., Allentown

From the heights of its leaded glass skylight to the cellar speakeasy downstairs, Vault 634 is a lovingly-restored homage to the luxury of the Gilded Age. Heist-worthy vaults stand sentinel over your most precious occasion, and the venue’s chef creates cuisine that just might be able to compete for the spotlight with Vault’s antique ambiance.

Miller Symphony Hall | 23 N. Sixth St., Allentown

Take the stage for a surreal ceremony at Allentown’s Miller Symphony Hall. On the same boards that the Marx Brothers and Teddy Roosevelt once trod, your nuptials and/or reception are endowed with the dramatic energy of the concert hall. Lights, sound, ornate atmosphere—it’s all built in. Retire to the Rodale Room for a still-stunning if more sedate setting with windows that wow.

Rodale Institute | 611 Siegfriedale Rd., Kutztown

Between May and October, Rodale Institute’s 300-plus acres of farmland, orchards and gardens could be the verdant backdrop for your wedding. Nestled between Kutztown and Breinigsville, this experimental farm is not only on the front lines of organic agriculture, it’s also an elegant "I do" destination with a high-ceilinged 1800s Pennsylvania Dutch bank barn for receptions.

Lehigh Valley Zoo | 5150 Game Preserve Rd., Schnecksville

Stage your wedding where the wild things are! Penguins and giraffes make welcome wedding crashers for animal lovers looking to tie the knot at the Lehigh Valley Zoo. Ceremony locations include amid the black and mute swans of the Swan Pond and the amphitheater seating of Otter Island, with add-on options to mingle with and feed photogenic fauna.

Malcolm Gross Rose Garden | 2800 Parkway Blvd., Allentown

Allentown’s Malcolm Gross Rose Garden is one of the jewels in its crown, and renowned as a favored photoshoot location at its peak in June/July. For the micro-wedding of no more than 25 guests, it could also be the blossom-boasting ceremony spot par excellence. Serendipity required: no reservations are made for Rose Garden weddings!

ArtsQuest™ Center at SteelStacks™ | 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem

The tall and rusting ruins of Bethlehem Steel make an irresistible backdrop for events at SteelStacks. The blast furnace skyline dazzles right outside the windows of both the ArtsQuest Center’s event venues, and catering is included A stylish place to celebrate the city’s past and your future in one epic event. ArtsQuest’s Banana Factory also offers a unique art-lined venue in its Crayola Gallery.

Townley House Hotel | 130 N 3rd St., Easton

For those favoring the minimal fuss of the microwedding, options open up in unexpected places, like historic Easton’s Townley House. Bar Bix opens onto an adorable courtyard replete with plants for a tiny oasis of awesome that fits the bill for some miniature matrimony. Plus, guests have the perk of staying on-site in an enchanting boutique hotel.

House & Barn | 1449 Chestnut St., Emmaus

Once a working farm owned by General Trexler, this farmhouse (House & Barn) restaurant and events-venue barn is a haven of beautifully-maintained stone and wood, the epitome of rustic elegance. Sweeping willows outside make a dramatic setting for vows, and The Shed, a converted corn crib, acts as a cigar and whiskey bar.

Folino Estate | 340 Old Rt. 22, Kutztown

All the romance of an Italian villa no further than Kutztown? Folino Estate is a dream come true. The ranked fields of grapevines exude fruitfulness and abundance at this spectacular vineyard venue with amazing Italian cuisine provided. From the cobblestone floor to the domed arbor, this place is picture-perfect.

Riverview Country Club | 1 Riverview Pl., Easton

Lehigh Valley is home to a good handful of wedding-worthy country clubs, thanks to its storied population of industrial elites. North of Easton, you’ll find one with unique accommodations. Riverview Country Club’s thatched-roof gazebo makes a fairytale setting outside, while a central fieldstone chimney anchors a hall with panoramic views of the crisp green lawn.

Bell Gate Farm | 7081 Bell Gate Rd., Coopersburg

Built in 1780, Bell Gate Farm is rooted in history, sitting on 268 acres of lush, rolling hills. Many have referred to the sprawling estate as Lehigh Valley's very own Camelot, and hosting an event on site provides visitors a 360-degree view of the property. The event center offers both indoor and outdoor options for your dream ceremony and reception. 

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The intimate wedding of your dreams awaits at Wilbur Mansion in Bethlehem, PA. Invite up to 250 guests using the mansion's stunning indoor and outdoor ceremony and reception spaces overlooking the Lehigh River and Steel Stacks. ‍Built in 1864, The Wilbur emerges today, wholly renovated and reimagined, as the go to place for timeless celebrations. 

The Farm Bakery & Events in Quakertown, PA, offers a charming and rustic setting nestled on 54-acres in the serene countryside. The picturesque landscape, versatile barn spaces, and the property's farm-to-table bakery, is sure create an idyllic location and ensure a memorable celebration for you and your guests. 

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Built in 1926, the beautifully restored Americus Hotel is the perfect venue for a wedding. Their Grand Ballroom showcases the property's original 1927 green crystal-laden chandeliers, floral medallions on the 30-foot ceilings, large Palladium windows, and marble floors that will leave guests in awe.