Fairfield County's finest wedding venues
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When it comes to weddings, finding the perfect venue is a top priority. After all, setting is everything. Thankfully, we live in Fairfield County, where some of the most beautiful and historic locations surround us. Any chosen from the list below will make a fantastic location for what will ultimately be the most important day of your lives. Be sure to visit the individual sites of these unique and romantic spots for more information about prices and booking.
Established as one of Connecticut’s most prestigious reception sites, this estate features twenty-six private acres of courtyards and gardens, a ten thousand square foot ballroom, outdoor verandas and the award-winning cuisine of Executive Chef Chris Hatzis. Accompany this with a passionate team, and your dreams and plans become reality as you enjoy the ultimate wedding experience.
For over twenty years, owners Joann and Sal Latorraca, as well as Giovanni himself, have been providing guests with nothing but superior service and exquisite cuisine. The palatial waterfront property of the Water’s Edge at Giovanni’s features breathtaking views of Holly Pond and the Long Island Sound, as well as four large, elegant suites with marble floors and mahogany accents.
The Burr Homestead is arguably one of the most iconic properties in Fairfield. The 18th century Georgian-style home sits on an idyllic four acres, filled with beautiful gardens and a pond. As is, the homestead can accommodate eighty seats guests. For larger events, tents can be erected in the back of the property to comfortably fit up to two hundred and fifty. Whether you choose an indoor or outdoor wedding, it will be simply stunning here.
Events at L’Escale Restaurant are always one-of-a-kind. Menus are designed to fit the occasion, and every detail is overseen by the professional staff of event specialists. They make sure that everything exceeds your expectations, while you and your guests enjoy gazing out over their signature waterside terrace with cocktails in hand.
The Roger Sherman Inn prides itself on being the venue where history and innovation converge. The quaint landmark is quite historic, dating back to the 1700s when it was called the Mitchell-Bond house. In 1925, it was converted into an inn and has since been charming its guests with its beauty. The inn features an outdoor patio and terrace, and 17 individually decorated hotel rooms are available upstairs.
This sought after location boasts beautiful accommodations for any high scale event. Their grand ballroom is a breathtaking sight with floor to ceiling windows that bring in endless natural light. And if an outdoor wedding is something you’re after, the Inn also offers outdoor space with spectacular views of Long Island Sound.