As a wedding planner and coordinator in the Cincinnati area, we can help you from the very beginning. When you work with our team, you automatically get a partner-in-crime in planning as you delve into the wild world of weddings! Whether you want a downtown location or something a little more rustic, we have you covered.
We can't wait to make your wedding one of the best days of your life!
Hosting a wedding in Cincinnati will be an amazing beginning to this new chapter in your life. This city has so much to offer for you and your wedding guests.
Cincinnati has a thriving art scene! Strolling through the multiple museums of art that they have is a wonderful way to spend your day.
Findlay Market is a farmer's market that sells just about anything. We love to walk through to see what goodies we will find.
Eden Park is 186 acres of greenery, trees and flowers with miles of walking paths. There are also a couple of lakes, a magnolia garden and several scenic overlooks. This is one of our favorite things to explore in Cincinnati!
Fountain Square is one of the central hubs of the city. It's home to many businesses like restaurants, hotels, shops and offices. Many people come together here. Also the stunning fountain is beautiful to look at!
The Cincinnati skyline is colorful, vibrant and so beautiful! The tall building lights reflect off the Ohio River at night and the view is spectacular.
City Hall is a stunning and historic building built in 1839. The architecture is grand and full of character and the iconic nine-story clock tower is magnificent. If you're looking to elope - this city hall provides a stunning backdrop to do so!
Peterloon is a historic home that was built to rival the grandest houses in America and Europe and it can now be the backdrop for your wedding day.
“The Monastery” In 1843, in his last public speech, President John Quincy Adams opened the new Observatory on the property now occupied by The Monastery. Throughout the 70s and 80s the venue went through many renovations until lying vacant for years. In 2016 it was brought back to life with many of the existing elements, such as the enormous ceiling medallions and the exposed brick walls while new, but historically appropriate renovations such as the 750-pound chandeliers were added.
A turn-of-the-century department store turned modern luxury hotel, the fabulously renovated Hotel Covington is a testament to big dreams and high fashion.
All Occasions Event Rentals
Jim’s Just Right Weddings
Marti Heard Designs
Reign Beauty Studio
Roots Floral Design
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