Wedding Venues You've Seen in the Movies

Have you ever watched a movie and wondered where they found such a beautiful venue to film the wedding scene? Or maybe you've started watching and felt like the space looked vaguely familiar? We took a look into some awesome movie Weddings and found a few that were actually filmed in Massachusetts locations! Take a look and we bet next time you see the film you'll catch it!

Having our studio in Ipswich, and working here many times, we noticed this venue right away! Ghosts of Girlfriends Past starring Matthew McConaughey and Jennifer Garner hosted another character's wedding taking place at Castle Hill on the Crane Estate in Ipswich, MA! Production for the movie painted and brought in plenty of props, but we still recognized the venue!

Ghosts of Girlfriend's Past

Ghosts of Girlfriend's Past

Bride Wars, starring Kate Hudson and Jennifer Garner, featured not one but two Massachusetts locations! In one of the opening scenes of the movie, both stars are attending a friends wedding. Even though the setting for the movie claims to be taking place in New York City, they can't fool us! The wedding takes place at The Peabody Essex Museum!

Bride Wars
The second Massachusetts location Wedding venue you will see in this movie is where Kate and Anne both have weddings of their own! The movie focus's on the girl's quest for the perfect wedding at The Plaza, but we recognize those mirrored doors all too well! The venue they were actually filming at was The Fairmont Copley in Boston!

Bride Wars

We haven't had the pleasure of working at the beautiful church that the wedding ceremony during The Invention of Lying took place in, but when it was being filmed in Sudbury, MA, it had lots of people excited! The scene was filmed at the Martha Steward Chapel and looked perfect for the movie!

The Invention of Lying

Have you seen any other Massachusetts Wedding Venues featured in movies? Start keeping an eye out and let us know what you find!!

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