Everyone wants a fun, beautiful wedding that they will always remember. At Pumpkin Coach Events, we have created and designed events at some of the most stunning, venues. If you are looking for a unique space, explore the option of having your wedding at a place you may consider to be, out of the ordinary. Here are a few examples from our experience, that made for a lovely day, full of history!

The Highline Hotel, located in the heart of NYC, features gothic architecture from the 1800s and remnants of the General Theological Seminary, with a modern fusion. Their Parisian style landscape and peaceful enclosed property, creates a unique separation from the fast-paced Manhattan scene.

The Jasna Polana mansion located in Princeton, NJ, was designed by Wallace K. Harrison and built in the 1970s. This 226-acre property was the former home of John and Barbara Johnson. Mrs. Johnson was an art historian and her collections filled the estate. After her husband passed, she moved and the property became a private country club in the late 90s. The former indoor swimming pool was covered and converted into the reception hall, featuring a stunning panoramic view of the property.

The Guggenheim Museum, founded in the late 1930s is based in NYC. The current building was designed by the infamous Frank Lloyd Wright. This venue features an ever-growing collection of contemporary, modern, and impressionist art, creating a classic, artistic option for a wedding venue, full of history.

The New York Botanical Gardens, located in the Bronx, is a National Historic Landmark, and a voice for the plant kingdom. If you are a plant or nature lover, this venue’s 250 acres featuring over one million plants, 50 gardens, and water features, will certainly not disappoint.

These are just a few examples of many unique venues out there. Regardless of where you may choose for your big day, make sure it makes you smile! Happy planning from us at Pumpkin Coach Events.

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