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Looking for a Wedding Venue in Harford County?
These are just a couple of my favorite wedding venues in Harford County. This particular list will continue to grow, but in the meantime, definitely check out my list of the best wedding venues in Maryland.
Nestled on the banks of Chesapeake Bay, Swan Harbor Farm offers a premier atmosphere for your special day. This is easily one of the best wedding venues in Harford County, in my humble opinion. With both indoor and outdoor options, this Harford County, Maryland wedding venue is a perfect place for any time of year. No matter when you choose to say, “I Do” Swan Harbor Farms adds majesty and charm to your wedding day. Check them out at the Swan Harbor Farm venue page!
Featuring a historic interior location as well as a scenic view of the Chesapeake Bay, this renovated 1905 bank is a gorgeous wedding venue. With stained glass windows, marble accents, beautiful chandeliers, hardwood flooring and all the charm of an historic building, La Banque de Fleuve is both unique and enchanting for any wedding or event. Situated in the heart of Havre de Grace, La Banque is an ideal destination wedding venue.
Rockfield Manor is a historic mansion built in 1921 on 5.4 acres. Located in Bel air with a spacious garden and patio, this wedding venue features several medium-sized reception rooms, a cozy living room with fireplace and a sun room. Ideal for small wedding receptions.
After you’ve chosen your wedding venue, the next step would be to connect with a wedding photographer and wedding planner. Those are the next two vendors who are more than likely going to book up the fastest. Depending on what time of year your wedding is, I would suggest booking your venue, photographer, and planner about a year to a year and a half in advance. Happy planning!
Tyler Rieth is a wedding photographer in Baltimore, Maryland. More than just that, he is also a part-time therapist, timeline consultant, comic relief specialist, and above all, your personal storyteller. He currently lives in Maryland with his beautiful wife, two amazing kids and a pair of feisty dogs.