SF’s Perfect Wedding Venues

 June 19, 2015
Posted by jenn

Looking for the perfect place to have your wedding? Here are our top pick for your unique and beautiful wedding.

1. San Francisco City Hall

Address: 1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Pl, San Francisco, CA 94102

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2. Bently Reserve 

Address: 301 Battery St, San Francisco, CA 94111

Prohibition-era glamour has a home in San Francisco at the Bently Reserve. Built in 1924 for the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, it features a soaring hall, travertine walls and Italian marble floors, and a beaux-arts front colonnade. The 34-foot tall ceilings of the central banking hall are emphasized by rows of Doric columns. It’s a perfect setting for a lavish San Francisco wedding to impress your guests.

3. Swedenborgian Church

Address: 2107 Lyon St, San Francisco, CA 94115


The crackle of a roaring fire and the warmth of candles add magic to a charming wedding ceremony setting at the Swedenborgian Church. Built in 1895 by a group of architects, artists, and spiritual seekers, this alluring and rustic Pacific Heights chapel is a National Historic Landmark. (The Swedenborgian Church is the only house of worship in San Francisco to be awarded this honor.) It’s one of the earliest examples of the Arts and Crafts Movement on the west coast.

4. The Legion of Honor

Address: 100 34th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94121

There are lots of wedding venues in San Francisco that offer impressive views. Many more feature grand and historic architecture. And there are numerous museums whose lobbies are available for rent. But the Legion of Honor has all of this in spades and more.

5. Farallon

Address: 450 Post St #4, San Francisco, CA 94102


Like getting married at City Hall, getting married at an Elks Lodge doesn’t immediately seem to be a terribly romantic idea. But the Elks Lodge No. 3 in San Francisco is a gorgeous 1925 Spanish Gothic-style building; one that was given a ten-page spread in the very first issue of Architectural Digest. The gem of this lodge was the soaring double-height swimming pool with arched ceilings and a hand-painted mural of bathing beautie