CT Wedding Venues

While there are many great Wedding Venues in Connecticut, herPreview Changes (opens in a new tab)e are some of our recent venues. These are great choices to have your Wedding, and we would love to DJ your Wedding Reception at one of these venues below:

The Pavilion on Crystal Lake

144 Prout Hill Rd, Middletown, CT

The Pavilion on Crystal Lake is a lakefront wedding venue located in Middletown, CT. The charming property offers picturesque event spaces for both ceremonies and receptions, as well as other special occasions. Couples can celebrate their love and commitment to one another with guests in the venue’s beautiful barn that overlooks Crystal Lake. To alleviate wedding-related stress during the planning process, their award-winning team is happy to assist with details big and small.

The Barns At Wesleyan Hills

616 Long Hill Road, Middletown, CT

The Barns At Wesleyan Hills is a historic wedding venue located in Middletown, CT. With glorious topiary and a glistening lake on the grounds, this barn offers beauty both inside and outside its walls. This venue accommodates one wedding per day, allowing couples to enjoy this spectacular location and the surrounding grounds at ease.

The Riverview

10 Winslow PL, Weatogue, CT 06089

The Riverview is a place like no other. A modern event venue with dramatic classical design elements and palatial indoor & outdoor spaces—all in a secluded setting on the quiet shores of the Farmington River


29 Schoolground Road, Branford, CT

WoodWinds is an esteemed wedding venue located in Branford, CT. A much sought-after location, this luxurious estate presents couples with an elegant setting for their special day. From the timeless ballrooms to the exceptional cuisine, this manor is an ideal location for an event to remember


6 Marsh Road, Bristol, CT
From the moment you enter Larimar, you will be captured by its spectacular sparkling crystal lighting, unique designer mirrors, soft couch and chairs by the fireplace, flowing sheer drapes, white velvet tablecloths and neutral palate tones.
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