Rustically charming to classically elegant, which of these Maine wedding reception locations will you choose?



Maine offers so many different types of wedding reception locations. You are bound to find the one that will suit your needs!

We have everything from rustic venues to very elegant venues and all that is in between.

I will share the details of four wedding reception locations that I have experience with personally. You can scroll to the bottom to review other listings that have been submitted!

Update July 4, 2011: Exciting news for Maine wedding busness owners, learn how you can advertise here, free!

Portland, Maine area:

Italian Heritage Center near the Portland jetport is ideal for a semi-formal wedding. Though the location of the building is a bit odd...the inside is absolutely beautiful and I also didn't have to worry about a caterer since they serve their own food.

There are plenty of hotels in the general area to accommodate guests from out of state.

I recently attended a wedding there in the “Columbus room” and the room was very large. I believe there was about 150-175 guests I would say and there was plenty of room especially for the dancing!

I will be having my own wedding and reception there as well in the “Da Vinci room”. It is the smaller of the two rooms and perfect for our small wedding.

Wyndham Portland Airport Hotel , as the name implies, is a local hotel located right across the street from The Maine Mall. Hotels are usually more fitting for semi-formal to formal wedding affairs.

Hotels provide a great opportunity for the convenience of lodging, a wedding venue and reception venue all in one location!

Standish, Maine area:

For a more country style wedding, there is of course The Roost! This is a post and beam style building with a very LARGE dance floor...so if you plan on partying it up with a bunch of friends and family, this could be your spot.

The Roost is definitely fitting for an informal wedding. You could get away with a semi-formal affair if you had an evening wedding since the lighting could add a feeling of rustic elegance to the room.

Southern Maine area:

Spring Hill in South Berwick is perfect for any type of ceremony...from informal to very formal. This place also offers the convenience of serving their own food so you don't need to worry about a caterer. The setting is absolutely beautiful!

Tips:

• Make sure the wedding reception locations you are looking at will work for the estimated number of guests.
• If you are looking for a venue where you can bring your own food, make sure to ask if it is allowed.
• Ask about any special rules about decorations...some reception halls will not allow you to bring in your own decorations or have limitations on what you can do.

Tidbit: A reception’s success should be measured by the quality of the people that show up and not the quantity that did or didn't.

Maine wedding reception hall owners, create a listing here!

Share the details of your business...what you do, how you do it, what sets your company apart from the rest?

Just create a short title for your listing, click the link to open the rest of the form and start typing away! Then upload some photos!

Return from wedding reception locations to Maine wedding ideas home page
Helpful information on the state of Maine











Looking to purchase a new home in
Maine that would be perfect for you and your new spouse?

Call Lori St.Onge Today!!!


Lori St.Onge
St.Onge and Assoc.
Keller Williams Realty
50 Sewell Street
Portland ME 04102

Realtor Serving
Southern Maine

Cell: 207-749-9529
Office:207-553-1321
Email: lstonge@kw.com
Web: www.loristonge.kw



Each Keller Williams office is independently owned and operated.


Useful books to help you with your wedding plans:

Wedding planning guide
Planning a theme wedding Wedding speeches
Marriage and wedding vows

Budget Busters:

Guide to wedding savings
Create your own wedding flower arrangements
Cake decorating