Seven Springs Weddings
Seven Springs Weddings: Located in the Laurel Highlands just a little more than an hour from Pittsburgh, Seven Springs is a popular place for people to play during all four seasons. During the warmer months it’s an ideal place for an outdoor wedding followed by a reception at one of several elegant spaces at the resort. I’ve had the pleasure of photographing many Seven Springs weddings at many of the different venues on the property. It was tough to narrow it down to my favorite photos so you’re going to see a whole bunch of photos from all around Seven Springs.
Angela and Alan wave to their guests who are enjoying the cocktail of the deck outside of the Alpine Room far below them.
With the mountains reflected in the window Lindsey’s makeup artist takes advantage of the ample natural light coming through the picture window of her hotel room.
Jonah suits up on the balcony of his hotel room in the Main Lodge Hotel.
Guys toss a football around at The Villages before getting dressed for the wedding.
While the bridesmaids enjoy the sunshine and some champagne on a bedroom balcony in a condo at The Villages.
The Forest Lodge
The Forest Lodge offers private accomodations. It’s the perfect place to stay over with your bridesmaids the night before your wedding. The next day you can all get ready together.
A mountaintop condo at The Villages offers a large, modern space to stay and get ready for your wedding.
Main Lodge Hotel
Grooms should make sure that their moms have the opportunity to do a final check before heading out for the wedding ceremony.
The Main Lodge Hotel is a convenient, centrally located place to get ready.
Just ask if you need some help with your boutonniere.
Getting ready is an exciting and emotional time of the day. Being able to spend your entire day from beginning to end at the same property gives you the luxury of being able to relax and savor the events without worrying about transporting people from place to place.
The Forest Lodge on a misty summer day.
The master bedroom at The Forest Lodge is filled with bright, glorious light.
It’s perfect for portraits like this one of Alisa.
Alisa’s bridesmaids wait anxiously to see her walk down the stairs.
Seven Springs has a lot of fantastic spots for a first look. Alisa and Jonah saw each other on the bridge over Rainbow Pond.
Hilary and Robbie had their first look at Helen’s Waterfall.
Helen’s was the first home built at Seven Springs and is also a wonderful spot for an intimate wedding of up to 80 guests.
Lake Tahoe at the top of the mountain offers a wide open space for photos, which is great if you have a big bridal party.
Or if you want to get away from everyone for a portrait session.
The main lodge offers a number of meeting rooms that you can use for different parts of your wedding ceremony, like the signing of the ketubah during a Jewish wedding.
…and a bedeken.
Situated in a forest glade just a short shuttle ride from the Lodge, Meadowoods is a lovely, shaded spot for a wedding ceremony.
You can arrive by shuttle or, if you’re really fancy, by horse drawn carriage.
Brides can stay out of sight in the shelter at the rear of the ceremony space.
A raised deck area allows your guests an unobstructed view of the ceremony.
You’re able to decorate the deck area to suit your own traditions and style.
Benches sawn from ancient pine trees provide seating for up to 300.
There’s even an exercise area where flower girls can burn off some excess energy.
Meadowoods is also a great spot for a first look.
Shade from the tall trees makes even the warmest day a comfortable spot for portraits after the ceremony.
The Exhibit Hall
The Exhibit Hall is a generous space for a wedding ceremony and is the perfect backup in the event of bad weather. Seven Springs staff are always ready to seamlessly transfer your ceremony indoors if it’s raining outside.
Fin ‘n Feather
Fin ‘n Feather is set in a lush space near the entrance to Seven Springs. It features several houses where up to 20 guests can stay. The venue has a capacity of over 300, for a ceremony on the carefully tended lawns which are crossed by mountain streams.
Lilly and Alex cross one of the bridges on the property after their wedding ceremony:
There are so many spots for portraits around the resort. The locations change with the seasons ensuring that you’ll always have unique photos.
The staff makes Seven Springs weddings easy by providing shuttle transportation around the property. You can get to one of the beautiful ponds and back to your reception in no time.
The Grand Ballroom
The spacious Grand Ballroom seats up to 500 guests.
There’s plenty of room for all of your guests to enjoy a delicious dinner and an evening of dancing.
There’s even room for younger guests to stretch out if they need a little rest during Seven Springs Weddings.
The Alpine Room
Guests enjoy a view of the mountains during cocktail hour outside of the Alpine Room.
Heavy hand-hewn beams provide a rustic atmosphere inside of the Alpine Room.
The Alpine room seats up to 165 guests.
If you’re not from Western Pennsylvania you might not know about our traditional cookie tables. Ask the folks at Seven Springs to help you put yours together – believe me, you’ll be happy you did!
The deck outside of the Alpine Room is a great place to cool off and get some fresh air during your reception.
The Timberstone Room
The Timberstone Room is a little bit larger venue, seating up to 22o guests. A wall of picture windows provides natural light and a view of the slopes outside:
There’s plenty of room on the dance floor for guests of all ages.
Candles and uplighting make for a warm, inviting setting once the sun sets.
The deck outside offers a quick break from the dance floor. Liz and Ilya had a romantic moment next to one of the firepits.
It’s also the perfect spot to view a fireworks display.
Seven Springs Mountain Resort
777 Waterwheel Drive
Seven Springs, PA 15622
(814) 352-7777 | (800) 452-2223
phone: 800-452-2223, ext. 7279
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