Iconic locations for your Biltmore Estate Wedding
When I think iconic historic wedding venues, I think of Biltmore Estate! The curated gardens, sprawling hills/mountain ranges, and european feeling architecture lend itself to a luxurious wedding venue like none other. You can’t beat the history and timeless feel you get at Biltmore. These are some of the best places to get married at the Biltmore Estate.
There are many options for your Biltmore Estate wedding ceremony location. Whether you want an intimate elopement for fifteen of your closest friends, or a large celebration with tents, fireworks and a cake that towers over the dance floor, Biltmore has a space for you! You will find below a list of several ceremony locations for your Biltmore Estate wedding. No matter what location, you can take photos all over the property.
The Inn on Biltmore
The Inn on Biltmore estate can accommodate up to one hundred guests and offers both indoor and outdoor areas for you to use. This part of the Biltmore is great for those looking to have a more intimate experience while still getting the feel of a Biltmore Estate wedding.
Cerdric’s Garden is a quaint private garden area in the Antler Hill village area. This space can host up to sixty guests and is perfect for those who want to feel tucked away and enjoy a private romantic wedding at the Biltmore. This space is both indoor and outdoor.
Antler Hill Barn
The Antler Hill Barn was built in 1900 and can accommodate up to one hundred and fifty guests. It features rustic touches with its architecture, grass courtyards and bonfire pit. This is perfect for a bride who is looking for the rustic touch to her Biltmore wedding. This space can also be for indoor and outdoor
The Deerpark at Biltmore
The Deerpark at Biltmore is a mix of romantic gardens with the benefit of indoor dining. This gorgeous space can host up to one hundred and seventy five guests. It features an indoor and outdoor area for your wedding. From the courtyard surrounded by glass windows, to the views of gorgeous landscapes, this space is perfect for an intimate Biltmore wedding.
Lioncrest at Biltmore
Lioncrest at Biltmore was built in the 1930s as a barn for the estate and was renovated in 2006 into a beautiful event space. It can accommodate up to one hundred and fifty guests and is open air so the mountain breeze can blow through. This space is ideal for a wedding with southern charm.
The Diana is a gorgeous outdoor location that overlooks the iconic biltmore House. This event space can hold up to two hundred and twenty five guests and is sure to be a stunning area for your wedding. To have your wedding on the top of the hill overlooking the house would be something that dreams are made of. This space is perfect for any bride looking for a gorgeous outdoor wedding that feels like you are Biltmore royalty.
The Biltmore Gardens Conservatory
The Biltmore Gardens Conservatory is one of the more intimate wedding venues as it can host up to sixty guests, but the splendor of this space is above and beyond dreams. The glass ceilings and ironwork that surround you is impeccable! Not to mention all the plant life that the conservatory houses. This space is perfect for the bride who wants to have a garden wedding indoors and still have the option for an outdoor space.
The front lawn of the Biltmore Estate
The front lawn of the Biltmore estate is the most iconic location of the estate. This space is perfect for any bride who wants to feel like a real life Disney princess. To have the historic home as your backdrop for saying “i Do” is truly breathtaking. This area can host up to six hundred and will make your wedding feel as if it was plucked from a fairytale!
One of my favorite areas on the estate is the Tennis Lawn. This intimate space that can accommodate up to two hundred and fifty guests has the most gorgeous view of the home towering above a whitireia covered arbor. This setting would be a perfect place for a bride looking for a classic and timeless wedding at Biltmore!
Biltmore Library Terrace
The Library Terrace boasts a stunning panoramic view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This terrace is adjoining the Biltmore House. The gorgeous arbor of wisteria and romantic staircases make this space simply elegant. It is perfect for a wedding of up to two hundred and fifty guests.
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Regardless of where you decided to say “I Do” your Biltmore Estate wedding will be like a dream come true. These are just a few of the gorgeous places this estate has to offer for your wedding celebration. Click here to read more about the beautiful Biltmore Estate and the history it holds.
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