When selecting a Boston wedding venue, couples are truly never at a loss for the beauty surrounding our historic city. Whether you’re envisioning a downtown Boston wedding venue with a city view, a waterfront venue on historic Boston Harbor, or an outdoor wedding venue North of Boston, our experienced Boston wedding planners at Whim Events have you covered with our favorite places to host a stunning celebration.
The State Room has earned its reputation as the wedding venue with the best views in Boston, and it certainly does not disappoint. Sitting 33 floors above the city, with floor to ceiling windows spanning the entire length of the space, the State Room is breathtaking from day to night.
We love working here because it offers a contemporary blank slate, allowing couples to transform it into anything they wish. Because of the venue’s versatility, it’s just as conducive to hosting a modern-chic wedding here as it is to a garden-filled romantic soiree.
The State Room has several spaces, and the Great Room & Mezzanine are most popular for ceremony, cocktail hour and reception. While their capacity is 560, the space can host more for larger conferences or be paired down for intimate events.
Photography Tiffany Von Photography. See more: Brittany & Bobby’s wedding at The State Room
One of Boston’s most exclusive venues, The Museum of Fine Arts offers couples the chance to host their wedding in a spectacular setting. The MFA boasts some of the world’s most coveted art collections and galleries, all of which guests can admire during an event.
The outdoor Calderwood Courtyard is a beautiful oasis surrounded by ivy-clad brick walls, twinkle light trees and overhead bistro lights – a perfect place for an outdoor ceremony in the heart of the city. The Shapiro Family Courtyard (the indoor courtyard and most popular reception space) offers space for hundreds of guests, tall glass windows and the infamous Chihuly statue.
For a more intimate setting, the Rotunda is a great space for a cocktail reception, and 465 Restaurant is incredible for a private dinner. Their hospitality and in-house culinary team provided by CxRA is top notch and is always eager to customize menus in meaningful ways.
Photography Elizabeth LaDuca Photography. See more: Danielle & Kyle’s Museum of Fine Arts Boston Wedding.
The Institute of Contemporary Art is a sleek and modern venue located in the heart of the buzzing Seaport district – a great option for city-lovers who adore art, culture, cuisine and stunning water views. What we love about the ICA is its ability to give couples a bit of everything- an open-air ceremony and cocktail hour on the Boston Harbor, time to explore unique and modern art, and all the glamour of a city wedding.