Unique San Francisco Wedding Venues
If thinking outside the box gets your juices going, San Francisco may be the perfect city for your wedding celebration. There is something for everyone in this wonderfully diverse city. From weird to grand, from natural to industrial, San Francisco offers a range of spaces that will accommodate just about any couple’s vision. To help aid your search, we have come up with 5 unique places to tie the knot in San Francisco. Tell us what you think!
Don’t be fooled by the name. Unlike what it sounds, this magical space resembles an abandoned underground railway station in London. Yes, think mysterious-vintage meets prohibition era. Named one of the best in the world, Whitechapel is known for having the largest gin selection in North America. With red plush seats, beautiful pieces of plaster work, and wooden décor, there is no other place like it. Entering Whitechapel will take you and your guests to another era.
This house of worship is truly a gem. Located in the tony Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco, the Swedenborgian Church is a rustic sanctuary with a luscious garden. The interior spaces are adorned with natural tree trunk beams and wooden walls. Imagine saying your "I do’s" in front of a cozy wood-burning fireplace surrounded by candles. We say I do!
Who says you can't have it all? You can have the winery experience without leaving the city. At Tank 18 you can have the best of both worlds in this exciting urban winery located in the SOMA district. We love the contrast of the industrial design with country elements, such as the large wooden bar and high ceilings with exposed wood. Wine displays and barrels lend a romantic ambiance to help create that winery feel you've been daydreaming about.
This is the ideal space for those looking for something al fresco and unique. And what can be more unique than a Victorian-era glass greenhouse where you are surrounded by tropical botanicals and exotic plants and flowers from all over the world? Located in beautiful Golden Gate Park, the Conservatory of Flowers makes you feel like you're in an oasis right in the middle of the city.
This historic landmark sets the perfect tone for that rustic-chic-barn wedding you've spent hours pinning to those Pinterest boards. At the Presidio Log Cabin, you will find oh-so-special details, such as wagon wheel chandeliers, log walls, and a Spanish red-tile roof. The celebration continues outside on the green lawn, part of the Presidio National Park. Need we say more?