"Open Space Venues" is a concept we use for the most unique, rare and fully customizable nontraditional venues.
Mayflower Venues allows you to discover and transform these open spaces into a venue that can reflect your values and unique story. While at first it may sound daunting to plan an open space wedding, with Mayflower's online tools your planning will feel easier than ever! Just take it from one of our planner partners, 42 North.
Below are some of the most unique, open space venues we have come across!
Connecticut: The Topstone Chalet
Photo Credits: Stephanie Brauer
Just an hour and a half from New York City, rests this small private estate, perfect for an intimate wedding weekend. The Topstone Chalet boasts a historic outdoor fire-pit, blossoming flowers, and a beautiful carriage house.
Host your ceremony among the blossoming flower trees and then open the doors to the carriage house for a free-flowing beautiful cocktail hour. Place your reception tent right outside the carriage house and dance the night away with your closest family and friends by your side.
Maine: Wells Reserve at Laudholm
Photo Credits: Jamie Mercurio Photography
The Wells Reserve at Laudholm is one of Maine's best-kept secrets. Atop of thousands of acres, you'll find beautiful 19th century farm buildings, barns, and grounds overlooking Wells Bay.
Host your ceremony in the restored saltwater barn or along the fields among the trees as a breathtaking back drop. At The Wells Reserve at Laudholm, you're truly able to make your wedding day the one you've always envisioned.
Vermont: Boorn Brook Farm
Photo Credits: Victoria Boucher Photography
Boorn Brook Farm is surrounded by enchanting stone walls, breathtaking views and a pristinely renovated barn. Just 5 minutes outside of Vermont's Manchester Village you'll find this hidden gem sitting inside 53 acres of enchanting forests.
The estate has been restored to its original splendor, surrounded by open meadows, old apple orchards and forest trails. Couples can choose between a larger event outdoors, or a more intimate gathering inside the barn's great room.