Beautiful Venues

Find the perfect West Michigan backdrop for your special day.


Mackinac State Historic Parks offers 10 historic wedding venues on Mackinac Island and in Mackinaw City. From the gazebo used in the movie Somewhere in Time to a restored early 19th-century Historic Mission Church on Mackinac Island, your choices are broad and unique. Walk down the aisle at a historic lighthouse or say “I do” while standing on the iconic cannon platform at Fort Mackinac. The Mackinac State Historic Parks can provide the setting you always dreamed about or one you never imagined!

Stonegate Manor, a hidden gem in Benton Harbor, is just minutes away from Lake Michigan. Completed in 1847, the historic estate has now evolved into a breathtaking event venue. The manor provides three outdoor ceremony sites, 27 acres of manicured lawns, and a beautiful lush forest serving as a magical background. The opportunities to create your dream celebration are endless and the sky is the limit with what you can do at Stonegate Manor!

With two venues, Black Star Farms in Suttons Bay has a lot to offer for your upcoming wedding! The Pegasus Barn is one of the newest venues at the Winery Estate in Suttons Bay. This true centennial barn, built in 1897, was completely renovated in 2013 to create an event space that could host a wide range of social gatherings. The Hilltop Vineyard site is the most beautiful and popular site for outdoor wedding ceremonies at Black Star Farms. It is also ideal for vineyard lunch or dinner parties, harvest dinners, and much more. The view is breathtaking with a dramatic backdrop of sweeping vineyards and views of West Grand Traverse Bay.

Renowned farm-to-table restaurant Salt of the Earth specializes in creating one-of-a-kind food and beverage experiences for wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, and other special events throughout the Fennville area. Salt of the Earth can make their dining room available for smaller gatherings, work with local event spaces, or travel to your unique reception location.

For those who dream of a classic country wedding, it doesn’t get any more beautiful than a Lewis Farms wedding in New Era. Lewis Farms has more than 700 acres of verdant fruit trees as a backdrop for unforgettable wedding photos, ceremonies, and receptions. This one-of-a-kind venue boasts a beautiful bridal suite on site, private orchard ceremony setting, and charming reception area complete with a fireside courtyard.

If you are looking for a breath of fresh air from the standard venue and are interested in a private setting, then consider the beauty of Pierce Cedar Creek Institute in Hastings. Their rates for renting the entire visit center, which includes their auditorium, dining room, commons area, deck, and veranda, range from $500 to $1,500. Check out their website to see all of their wedding options.

Looking for a unique and intimate wedding experience in Cheboygan? Book Nautical North’s boat, the Yankee Sunshine, for a memorable wedding trip on the Great Lakes. With room for 28 passengers, your special day can be tailored to your needs, whether you want a traditional wedding or want to tie the knot in scuba gear in the water. Dream, dive, or discover your unique wedding day with Nautical North Family Adventures.

Bell’s Eccentric Café in Kalamazoo is the perfect backdrop for your big day. Turn up the fun, and plan an event that your friends and family are sure to talk about for years to come. Their back room boasts over 20 Bell’s beers on tap, state-of-the-art audio and visual capabilities, in-house catering perfect for any style, and an atmosphere that’s sure to wow your guests and keep them on the dance floor all evening long.

The Inn at Stonecliffe is a unique and charming wedding venue on historic Mackinac Island. Outdoor ceremony locations include the Terrace Lawn, which overlooks the Straits of Mackinac and the Woodland Grotto, a secret garden with fountain and pond hidden in the middle of the woods. The Bridgeview Tent can hold receptions for up to 120 guests and is adjacent to the mansion manor that was built in 1904. This secluded and special spot on the island makes for a memorable wedding.

Castle Farms in Charlevoix has been hosting exceptional weddings for over a decade. The century-old stonework provides a dramatic backdrop for ceremonies and receptions. Arches found around every corner offer endless photo opportunities, while acres of manicured gardens attract butterflies and couples looking for a secluded kiss. The castle’s goal is to help your wedding live up to your dreams, and their expertise means they can make that dream become a reality.

Silo Banquets & Catering in Allegan is available for beautiful weddings year round! The venue has a modern interior with a backup generator, coat closet, and ballroom, but looks like a barn from the outside, giving it an outdoorsy feel. The Silo has its own plowing equipment so that they can adapt to your wedding day’s conditions. Whether you’re getting married in the winter or planning for later in the year, Silo Banquets & Catering wants to help you tie the knot!

Over the years, Gull Lake View Golf Club & Resort in Augusta has learned one of their primary strengths is the ability to offer options. No matter what site you choose, know that Gull Lake View is deeply committed to providing first-class service and presenting quality grounds and facilities for your guests.

The Muskegon Country Club has everything that you need to host your wedding and reception. Their gorgeous space entertains up to 275 guests and can be separated into four different sections to best accommodate the size of party and type of event. The pre-function area welcomes you upon entering the banquet center, serving as a great room for cocktail parties and social hours before or after the main event. 

Lying on the 45th parallel, Old Mission Peninsula stretches north 19 miles into the Grand Traverse Bay of Traverse City and is only four miles wide at the broadest point. Its stunning appellation and proximity to Lake Michigan provide not only an ideal climate for growing varietal wine grapes but a breathtaking destination as well. Picture one of their nine distinct wineries as the backdrop to your destination wedding.

Tibbits Opera House in Coldwater is the perfect setting for your big day if you’ve ever imagined having your wedding at a beautifully restored Michigan opera house. Step into the spotlight and take your vows on stage, while friends and loved ones fill the plush seats in the auditorium that accommodates up to 527 people.

For the wedding day that will stand out as one of the most memorable days of your life, look no further than the W.K. Kellogg Manor House, the former estate of the Kellogg Company founder, in Hickory Corners. The Manor House is located on beautiful Gull Lake, surrounded by gorgeous gardens and the picturesque natural landscape.

Wheelhouse in downtown Grand Rapids has a private and semi-private room available for rehearsal dinners, wedding showers, and bachelorette parties. This venue accommodates up to 50 guests and features floor-to-ceiling windows. Their experienced wait staff will provide full-service accommodations according to the needs of your event. Enjoy their affordable menu options made especially for your event, with a full list of artisan cocktails, Michigan craft beers, and wines.

The Holland area is a great destination for every part of your upcoming wedding. Check out venues like Post Family Farm in Hudsonville and Windmill Island Gardens in Holland! From the area’s excellent hotel reception facilities to their wide variety of restaurants, banquet halls, and unique outdoor venues, Holland is a great place to host your special day.