Today, more and more couples are discovering that less can definitely be more when it comes to choosing a place to marry. Minimalist wedding venues allow couples to enjoy beautiful surroundings and each other without unnecessary distractions.
If you’re thinking about holding a minimalist wedding, you’re in luck — these stripped-down locations breathe elegance and charm while allowing enough variety to please any couple’s sense of style. Here are 10 of the best minimalist wedding venues that you’ll find today.
Located in Seattle’s historic SoDo district, SoDo Park is a 7,500 square foot refurbished factory space. It blends industrial and rustic styles with its wood-paneled walls, exposed beams and glass windows. The space looks gorgeous with sparse decorations and soft lighting.
The venue can house up to 500 guests and comes with food prepared onsite by the venue’s exclusive caterer. Furniture and access to bridal suites are available. Though SoDo leans toward the expensive side, this breathtaking minimalist space offers a lot in exchange.
SUPPLY in Manheim is a clean, modern co-working space that doubles as a venue for weddings. It features white walls and polished concrete and wood floors. The building’s numerous windows provide ample natural lighting for stunning wedding photos and a bright ceremony.
SUPPLY rents four different spaces for events: large and medium event spaces, a small studio and a rooftop space with access to a cozy room on the second floor. The rooms have a polished, modern feel that makes simple decorations pop.
This brand new wedding venue offers rustic charm through its simple but stunning wood architecture. It’s the perfect space for a minimalist couple seeking a classic country feel for their big day.
At The White Barn, couples will find vaulted ceilings and exposed beams, dual staircases, unique chandeliers and access to a vast lawn space perfect for outdoor photos. Bridal and groom suites also offer space to get ready surrounded by simple yet quirky furnishings. This venue is a beautiful minimalist space to celebrate your love without any fuss.
If you’re looking to have a simple church ceremony surrounded by nature, look no further than Thorncrown Chapel. This chapel in the woods rises 48 feet into the air and features crisscrossing beams and 6,000 square feet of glass windows. Though the architecture itself feels industrial, the windows let in green sights and natural light.
The chapel seats 100 guests. If you get married in this modern work of art, you’ll have access to the grounds, the chapel, a changing room, a state-of-the-art sound system and a piano. The unique acoustics of the building make music particularly memorable.
The Quarter is a newly renovated industrial warehouse in the heart of downtown Nashville. If you’re looking for a historic brick building to host your wedding, this space could be the perfect pick. It’s brightly lit and looks gorgeous dressed up with plain white linens and rustic furniture.
The Quarter provides catering and alcohol, and it even hosts eco-friendly events. Amenities include on-site restrooms, chairs and tables and A/V equipment. Say your “I dos” by the venue’s arched windows overlooking the Cumberland River.
The Burrow is a wedding and event space on Wombat Forest Vineyard in Australia. It features white walls and ornate exposed wood beam ceilings, perfect for couples who love rustic elegance.
The space itself is beautiful, but its large glass windows give guests a view of the equally stunning outdoor surroundings. The Burrow is so minimalist that one page makes up its entire website.
This renovated Georgian mansion offers wedding guests views of luscious green parkland. The chic interior makes Morden Hall perfect for a sophisticated, minimalist wedding.
At this venue, you’ll find plenty of rooms for your ceremony and reception as well as excellent catering from the venue’s team of gourmet chefs.
Art lovers can get married in the unique modern spaces of Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art. Both indoor and outdoor spaces will delight city guests. In addition to wedding space, the MCA provides catering, furniture and art gallery access.
This enormous ballroom blends historic and modern styles. Its exposed brick walls, arched windows and black and white accents make it perfect for urban and industrial themed weddings, and the space requires few decorations. You and your partner will stand out in this classically simple venue.
The Evergreen can host up to 500 guests and provides onsite bridal suites, tables and chairs, A/V equipment and Wi-Fi. They even accommodate pets.
Greenhouse Loft is Chicago’s most sustainable wedding venue. Its modern design and natural lighting provide the perfect backdrop for a simple wedding. This space has more than 3,600 square feet, an onsite kitchen, groom and bridal suites and an outdoor garden that can hold up to 200 guests for a ceremony or cocktail hour.
Every couple can find a minimalist wedding venue that suits their style and budget. From rustic to industrial, these minimalist wedding venues allow you to celebrate your love with just a few decorations and your guests.