Offering a plethora of historic locations and a vibrant modern nightlife scene, a Baltimore wedding can fit the needs of any bride and groom. If you need a city ripe with various architectural styles, rejoice knowing that Baltimore is home to buildings representative of many different eras. Greek-Revival? Go with the Loyd Street Synagogue. How about Federal Style? The 1840s Plaza is a beautiful location with four different venue choices.
With exclusive access to Baltimore’s harbor, Tabrizi’s is hands-down Baltimore’s best option for an outdoor wedding. The venue is still owned and operated by its first owner and award-winning chef, Michael Tabrizi. So if your Baltimore wedding requires an unrivaled dining experience, this place will work wonders. The menu is truly unique: Featuring everything from mouthwatering Middle-Eastern fare like some of the best humus and baba ganoosh in town to more traditional options like spicy chicken wings and all sorts of seafood options.
Home to several venues, the 1840’s plaza is one of Baltimore’s finest wedding venues. For larger weddings, the 1840s Ballroom can’t be beat. Filled with beautiful crystal chandeliers, 200 Chivari chairs and stunning 60” round tables, a wedding in the Ballroom will be one to remember. The fourth floor venue is the most used, as it has a beautiful look over the harbor and the 1840s’ gardens and courtyards.
If you’re looking for a more informal environment, the 1840s City Lites is the best option. While it only holds about 150 guests, that’s part of the charm here. With tables from 15”-60”, this part of the 1840s is best for an intimate wedding ceremony or reception. The lounge features huge windows, making it perfect for a midday cocktail hour. 1840s City Lites is found on the second floor of the historic Fava Building.
If the 1840s Plaza offers history, the Grand is your choice for class. With five floors featuring over 15 beautifully decorated banquet halls, there’s a little something for any type of wedding. If you had a small, intimate wedding in mind, look into the Concordia Room, with a max seating of 20 for banquets. On the same floor, the Ionic Room offers Ancient class with room for up to 300 guests. And finally, if you’re planning a huge wedding, look into the second floor Corinthian room, which fits up to 400 guests in 4,500 square feet of beauty.
Baltimore Hotel Monaco
Just minutes from Baltimore’ Inner Harbor, the Hotel Monaco is one of Baltimore’s most popular wedding venues, and it’s easy to see why. An amazing historical building, caring and concerned staff, and a modern hotel will all come together to make the day of your dreams wonderful.
Whether you host your wedding and reception at the same place or if you decide to host your wedding and reception at different locations, make sure you and your guests arrive in safety. For five-star transportation to and from your events, Baltimore Party Bus is one of the best options in town.