Seven Fall Charlotte Wedding Venues For Your Dream Day
The only thing that goes with autumn better than your go-to oversized flannel is two words: wedding season. With the changing of the leaves and the cooling temperatures, it’s hard to resist throwing a fall wedding. Those deep maroons and rustic accents the season calls for are sure to make any prospective bride swoon. So, if an autumn wedding is on your wishlist, here are the perfect wedding venues in Charlotte that make the perfect backdrop for your special day.
Providence Cotton Mill – Maiden, N.C
A little under an hour drive away from the 704 is worth it for this breathtaking wedding venue on the rise. Located in Maiden, it was originally a cotton mill in the 1880’s before it was repurposed as an event location for private functions. This 130-year-old building can hold up to 700 guests for a sit-down reception and allows ceremonies on the grounds. Wow your guests with this venue’s open walls, distressed plaster, and brick accents.
The Assembly Room – Charlotte, N.C
“The venue that does it all” is their saying and they mean just that. Located just behind Bank of America Stadium, The Assembly room transforms an office space by day to an elegant event space by night. With customizable floor plans and packages that tailor to your individual needs, leave all the stress of your big day to their warm staff. With 4,500 square feet to decorate, let this posh uptown venue be your blank canvas to fill with fall colors.
The Ritz-Carlton’s Urban Garden Room – Charlotte N.C
Right in the city houses one of the most unique venues around. This upscale hotel offers three possible ballrooms for weddings, but the Urban Garden stands out from the three. Invite up to 350 guests to dine under its glass roof that exposes the night sky. What gives this venue a fall twist is its unique indoor trees you can decorate to your fancy. This rustic touch adds some festivity to an otherwise posh event space.
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden – Belmont, N.C
Take advantage of the dropping temperatures in the Queen City by having your wedding outside in one of the most gorgeous gardens in the state. Booking an event gives you access to the 380 acres of greenery for parties with 100-500 guests. Have your wedding stand from the rest by holding a cocktail hour in the regions only tropical conservatory, known for its orchids, or have a ceremony in front of the famed White Garden display, the choice is yours.
Vesuvius Vineyards – Iron Station, N.C
Less than an hour from the city houses this looming estate built in 1792. This historic home sits atop 700 acres of wooded charm and is the oldest standing home in Lincoln County. The first wedding was held in 2009 and has since helped couples achieve the historic and vintage touch they were looking for. Take advantage of the running creeks, natural fall foliage, and cool autumn nights by hosting your wedding on its beautifully landscaped grounds or its airy back porch.
Rosedale Plantation – Charlotte, N.C
If you’re looking for the venue for a traditional southern wedding with the Charlotte skyline just peeking out from the tree line, look no further than the Rosedale Plantation. Just minutes from uptown lays this 9-acre property built in 1815. This elegant mansion is surrounded by lush gardens and trees just begging to frame a fall wedding with its festive leaves.
The Palmer Building – Charlotte, N.C
The castle-like stone and mahogany accents of the historic Palmer Building would be the perfect fall backdrop for the bride that wants to be a princess on her special day. The venue was built in the Great Depression era as one of President Roosevelt’s WPA projects. Originally it was an old fire school where firefighters honed their skills before the real thing, now weddings grace its halls. Have your ceremony and reception in the medievally inspired courtyard and enjoy a crisp autumn night in the Queen City.