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This Historic Spot is the Ultimate Philadelphia Wedding Venue

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Your wedding day is a major moment in the history of your lifetime. So, when it comes to setting the scene for the “Biggest Day of Your Life” it makes sense that your venue has to have the same scope of grandeur.

That’s why Cescaphe Event Group’s Water Works is the perfect location for your Philadelphia wedding. The iconic 200-year old landmark may have seen its fair share of weddings in the past, but the renovations from the Cescaphe team make this historic venue anything but dated.

Water Works is Cescaphe’s first outdoor reception location—and what better place to see the Philadelphia skyline in all its glory than from the banks of the Schuylkill River at the foot of the Art Museum. No matter how big or small you plan to make your Big Day, at Water Works Cescaphe has created unique spaces for every style of wedding.

The Grand Pavilion’s gorgeous neo-classic pillars set the scene for mid-size weddings (150-200 guests) during select months. While brides and grooms with major wedding aspirations can create a custom wedding experience under a designer tent on the Mill House Deck (up to 350 guests).

For smaller, more intimate affairs (85-140 guests), the historic Engine House has been extensively renovated and features both new and restored chandeliers, repainted walls, updated trimmings and a private bridal suite. The Engine House also features the Veranda, which is newly outfitted with custom gray and ivory tenting.

This iconic slice of Philadelphia history is ready to put your wedding day on the map. Cescaphe’s skilled team is here to transform this classically romantic spot into the place you start a new life with the one you love. With a full events team at your call, brides-to-be can be sure this timeless venue is the perfect setting for their own once-in-a-lifetime moment.

For more spectacular wedding venues, visit Cescaphe Event Group to start planning your “I-dos.” Video credit: Allure Films by: Video One on Vimeo.