A + B Venues – Venue Menu

A + B Venues Between Philadelphia and the Lehigh Valley

Aldie Mansion

Aldie Mansion is located North of Philadelphia and it’s the perfect location for guests coming from NJ and NY in addition to PA. It is part of the heritage conservancy as it was once an English country estate. Of the A + B venues, this one makes you feel like you are in a fairytale. Reminiscent of the Roaring 20s, your guests will be in awe everywhere they explore. Check out their website for testimonials, pricing, wedding location options, and photos! 

Brandywine Manor House

Brandywine Manor House is in Chester County and dates back to the 1740s. The scenery of this venue is absolutely incredible and your photos are sure to be spectacular- making this day unforgettable! They offer four outdoor venues, two indoor, and a tent option. From the A+B Venues, this one is similar to Aldie Mansion in that it is elegant, romantic, and fairytale-esque. Visit their website for more details on venue options and pricing.

Bear Mill Estate

This venue is located in an old mill house. This is the perfect location for couples who love nature and being outdoors. The original iron wheel can still be found here and the babbling brook out front makes the area so peaceful. A retreat was built below, gushing with natural light for the bride and her bridal party. Travel through the glass elevator for spectacular views of the landscape. Take a look at their website to read more about the owner and testimonials. 

Barn on Bridge

This wedding venue is located in Collegeville, PA. It is the perfect space for couples wanting a rustic barn wedding that they can customize accordingly. This barn used to be a dairy farm in the 1700s. Luckily, that aspect of it has been saved while updating the space so it can be properly used today. The Barn on Bridge offers a changing room and reception area so you and your guests can fully enjoy the entire venue. Check their website to get in touch and to learn more!

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