If the charms of an earlier time are tempting you, Southern Maryland is the perfect place to get married! The abundance of historic sites, homes, and mansions means you have lots of choices when it comes to picking the perfect place for your vintage wedding. Here are some of our favorites:
Cove Point Lighthouse: This historic lighthouse is on the National Register of Historic Places, and might be the perfect place for your vintage wedding if you want a beachy or nautical twist.
Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum: The sheltered pavilion at this museum overlooks the museum’s vast fields and the waterfront of the Patuxent River and St. Leonard Creek.
Bliss in the Barn: The centerpiece of Charles County’s newest wedding venue is a rustic tobacco barn.
Weatherly Farm: Weatherly offers vintage wedding planners amazing sunsets and spectacular views of the Patuxent River.
St. Mary’s County
Flora Corner Farm: For vintage weddings with rustic charm, the barn at Flora Corner Farm might be the perfect fit.
Greenwell Foundation: Set along the Patuxent River, Greenwell State Park features a gorgeous rose garden and the beautiful Rosedale Manor.
Historic St. Mary’s City: Located on St. Mary’s River, Historic St. Mary’s City recreates Maryland’s first capital. From waterfront to historic, you’ll find several locations here for your vintage wedding.
The Inn at Brome Howard: This restored plantation home is on the grounds of Historic St. Mary’s City and sits on the banks of the St. Mary’s River.
Mary’s Hope on Church Cove: This stately home offers several options for vintage-themed weddings, including the porch of the home, a gazebo, and waterfront views.
Sotterley Plantation: Plan your vintage wedding at a place with 300 years of history – let the gardens and the beautiful plantation house be your backdrop.
Prince George’s County
Accokeek Foundation: Want your vintage wedding to be eco-friendly, too? The foundation’s Education Center has a living roof, FSC certified wood, and rainwater reuse, as well as other green features. Plus, you overlook the pastures and fields of the National Colonial Farm.
Newton White Mansion: Glam vintage wedding? You’ll feel right at home at this beautiful mansion with finely appointed architectural details.
Oxon Hill Manor: With amazing patios, an exquisite bride’s room, and striking architecture and gardens, imagine the vintage celebration you could host here!
Prince George’s Ballroom: Inspired by Gatsby and the Roaring Twenties? Look no further than this Art Deco-styled ballroom.
Snow Hill Manor: Gorgeous lawns mean you can take your vintage wedding outside this charming little manor house.