As Cincinnati wedding planners, we tend to be busiest from April through October. However, December has been gaining in popularity with engaged couples over the last few years. Virginia and Justin celebrated their love with an elegant art deco winter white wedding. We hope these photos taken at Greater Cincinnati landmarks put you in the holiday spirit!
Music Hall Balcony is a dramatic spot for wedding photos. The chandelier above will be cleaned by hand during the historic building’s renovations. Music Hall will be closed to the public until October 2017.
Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption in Covington is a spectacular historic landmark. Couples who marry there know the church is famous for its long list of rules. The Cathedral’s north transept window is the world’s largest church stained glass window, measuring 67 feet in length by 24 feet wide.
Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal makes a stunning backdrop for weddings.
Robin Wood Flowers provided these beautiful winter white arrangements.
Check out the monogram projected onto the ceiling!
Virginia & Justin love old school slow dancing so we brought in this fabulous big band.
As wedding planners in Cincinnati, our favorite thing is seeing our clients smile like this!
Virginia’s fashion forward reception dress got almost as much attention as the Croquembouche cake!
Other Reception Site Options
Unfortunately, the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal is currently closed to private events while it is undergoing renovations. If you are looking for other wedding sites that are close to downtown that have historical significance, consider a few of these favorites of Cincinnati wedding planners on our Venues page: The Hilton, The Phoenix, The Taft and The Renaissance.
Finally, if you are looking for wedding planners in Cincinnati, contact i-do Weddings & Events right now. We offer exceptional wedding day experiences and would love to collaborate with you to create the wedding of your dreams!