15 Creative Places to Have Your Wedding in Pittsburgh

Wedding held at the Children’s Museum.

Are you newly engaged in the Burgh? Looking for a place to have your wedding that isn’t the usual bland hotel ballroom? Here are fifteen options all in the Pittsburgh area that are available to rent for the wedding of your dreams.

Springwood

1000 Indiana Road Verona, PA info@springwood.org 412-793-7453 About: Sixty acres of wooded Pennsylvania hills, walking trails and wildflower meadows with a glass atrium, gazebo, and walking trails.

Oak Lodge

693 Donegal Lake Road Stahlstown, PA info@oaklodgepa.com 724-593-2913 About: Have an entire three-day wedding weekend at the Oak Lodge. There’s indoor seating at the chapel for up to 120 guests, tables and chairs provided for 150 people, and tiki torches. Main Lodge accommodations for bridal party up to 15 and a luxurious bridal suite with a Jacuzzi, fireplace, views, and a waterfall.

The Mansion at Maple Heights

5516 Maple Heights Road Pittsburgh, PA nicole@mansionmapleheights.com 412-427-2877 About: The Mansion can accommodate up to 150 guests and the package price includes: rental of entire mansion, outdoor tent, chairs, tables, plates, silverware, glasses, valet parking and security, and a wedding planner.

Jay Verno Studios

3030 Jane Street Pittsburgh, PA jvsevents@earthlink.net 412-381-5350 About: Open studio space that you can completely personalize according to your own taste availble to rent in the South Side.

Lingrow Farm

188 Forks Church Road Leechburg, PA info@lingrowfarm.com 724-472-1305 About: A two-story, fully renovated, 1850′s barn, complete with two oversized, covered decks, situated on 40 peaceful acres. The barn is heated and air-conditioned and if you book an April wedding, you will receive 30% off venue cost.

Morning Glory Inn

2119 Sarah Street Pittsburgh, PA (412) 431-1707 About: This South Side bed and breakfast is a unique place to hold your wedding for an indoor/outdoor reception with a candlelit garden courtyard.

Engine House 25

339 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA info@enginehouse25.com 412-621-1268 About: Fees depend upon how long and how many people are invited, and the capacity for a sit-down dinner is 75. Rental fee includes event staff and planning, tables, chairs, and linens. Wine services are available.

Heinz History Center

1212 Smallman Street Pittsburgh, PA mlminteer@heinzhistory.org 412-454-6435 About: Have you wedding at the historic Heinz History Center for an unforgettable Pittsburgh wedding. Common Plea Catering is the exclusive food and beverage service that also supplies linens.

Twelve Oaks Mansion

160 Scharberry Lane Mars, PA info@twelveoaksmansion.com 724-625-2343 About: Five hour reception includes: a private bridal suite, ballroom with outdoor patio, table linens and napkins. In wedding months (May to October), Twelve Oaks has a minimum expense balance of $12K.

The Barn at Fallingwater

1491 Mill Run Road Mill Run, PA kandyjohn@paconserve.org 724-329-7802 About: With four different spaces to choose from, The Barn at Falling Water will make for an unforgettable wedding.

Children’s Museum

10 Children’s Way, Allegheny Square Pittsburgh, PA events@pittsburghkids.org (412) 322-5058, ext. 235 About: Rent the studio that includes the backyard, the Big Red Room, or the entire museum for four hours with the help of their staff who will help you create the wedding day of your dreams.

New Hazlett Theater

6 Allegheny Square East Pittsburgh, PA 412-320-4610 About: Limitless design options are available at the New Hazlett Theater. There’s no required caterer complete custom bar service and event planning options, professional event staffing and it is a totally unique space to throw your wedding.

The Frick

7227 Reynolds Street Pittsburgh, PA sehler@TheFrickPIttsburgh.org 412-371-0600, ext. 658 About: The Frick has to be one of the most beautiful places to hold a wedding in Pittsburgh. From an outdoor ceremony with a tent on the lawns, to Clayton, the Art Museum, and the Greenhouse, The Frick is sure to be an unforgettable wedding destination.

The Willow Room

800 Plaza Drive Belle Vernon, PA sales@thewillowroom.com 724-379-5666 About: The Willow Room has a marble entrance way, exquisite chandeliers, panoramic views and open terrace. And you get the service of your own Bridal Butler for your big day

The University Club

123 University Place Pittsburgh, PA uclub@pitt.edu 412-648-8213 About: Complimentary wedding night accommodations for the bride and groom, linens and napkins, candlelit mirror centerpieces, personalized service from their event planner.


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  • Caraline

    Thanks so much for this post! I am using it as I begin to plan my wedding : )

  • elizabeth cody

    the morning glory on the s. side is very small. my cousin stayed there last year. it is old and run down big time….. no friendly innkeeper to even greet guests who have paid in full for the weekend. no breakfast like you would think a band b would have. it is a big NO.

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  • Sue

    look

  • Kathi

    Some of the most creative weddings we've been to were at the Carnegie Museum, Science Center and the Andy Warhol Museum. We're fortunate to have a ton of culture in the 'burgh.

  • Melissa

    How about Wedding shower /Rehearsal dinner suggestions? I have already booked reception but still shopping for these two….thanks

  • http://www.ameefarm.com/ Barn Weddings

    Great places to have for a wedding, thanks for sharing. It was a nice wedding spot !

  • http://www.noahpurdy.com/ noahpurdy

    Succop Conservancy is a really great place too; just north of the city off of Route 8.

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  • Marquee Wedding Company

    We just did a great wedding at The Mansion at Maple Heights last weekend and have several weddings booked at J Verno Studios, The Childrens Museum, and The Heinz History Center this summer. If you need a great wedding DJ to go with these unique venues check us out at http://www.MarqueeWeddingCompany.com

  • Estella

    I went to Pitt as an undergrad and my roommates and I all agreed it would be awesome to host our weddings at the Cathedral of Learning. It’s got the gorgeous nationality rooms. Plus the main floor looks like the interior of a gothic castle. And to make it even more fun, maybe play a round of sardines and make the groom find the bride in one of the 30+ floors before the ceremony can start.

    • Hometahn Photos

      Cathedral of Learning is great for wedding photos. Haven’t done a whole wedding there, but for pictures, absolutely!

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