30 of the Most Popular Venues on Married In Milwaukee

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The most popular wedding venues on Married In Milwaukee
Photo by Brian Slawson Photography

So what are the most-popular wedding venues among Milwaukee couples? We dug into searches on on MarriedInMilwaukee.com over the past two years to find out!

We did this same article last year at it was a great success. A lot has changed this year as we welcome a new venue to the top spot and had a few others fall off. Read on to see the most searched venues on MIM!

1. Best Place at the Historic Pabst Brewery

Pabst Best Place WeddingBeer + History + Milwaukee = an awesome wedding venue. This is why we aren’t surprised that Best Place at the Historic Pabst Brewery took the top spot this year. They have two indoor venue spaces and several outdoor options. Photos by Emily Johnson Photography.
 

2. Turner Hall

Turner Hall WeddingThere’s just something about Turner Hall weddings. To put it simply, they rock and we love them. Oh yeah – Ann will take great care of you too (Thanks for the Snoop tickets Ann!!) Photos by Janviere Photography.
 

3. The Pritzlaff

Pritzlaff Milwaukee WeddingWow we love Pritzlaff weddings, and apparently our audience of engaged couples do too. The huge complex hosts four unique event spaces and is absolutely beautiful. Photos by Tres Jolie Photo.
 

4. The Harley-Davidson Museum

Harley Davidson Museum WeddingsMKE brides and grooms love weddings at the Harley-Davidson Museum. An expansive selection of indoor and outdoor spaces, plenty of parking and the iconic Harley brand make the H-D Museum a must see! Photos by Amarie Photography.
 

5. Cuvee

Cuvee Milwaukee WeddingRounding out the top five searches is Cuvee, a beautiful space in the Third Ward. Photo by Emily Johnson Photography.
 

6. Onesto

Onesto Milwaukee WeddingThe cream city brick, skylights and Third Ward location all make weddings at Onesto unique. The space is run by the Hospitality Democracy group (AJ Bombers, Swig, Smoke Shack, Water Buffalo) so amazing food is available too. Photos by Reminisce Studio, Styling by Evenement.
 

7. Anodyne Coffee – Walker’s Point

Anodyne WeddingAnodyne weddings have really taken off over the past few years, so we get why they made the list. Great neighborhood, cool venue and an amazing staff make Anodyne weddings awesome. Photos by Paper Elephant.
 

8. The Grain Exchange

Grain Exchange WeddingWeddings at The Grain Exchange are the epitome of elegance and historic Milwaukee charm. Love this place and any couple would be lucky to tie the knot here. Photos by 414 Photography.
 

9. The Pfister Hotel

Pfister Hotel WeddingYou can’t talk historic Milwaukee without mentioning The Pfister Hotel. Weddings at the Pfister bring together elegance, history and hospitality. Photos by Kathy McDowell Photography.
 

10. The Villa Terrace

Villa Terrace WeddingsThere’s no better view for your wedding than the one you’ll get at Villa Terrace. Overlooking Lake Michigan and a beautifully landscaped garden, it’s no wonder while so many Milwaukee couples choose the Villa Terrace as their venue. Photos by Tres Jolie Photo.
 

11. Discovery World

Discovery World WeddingsWant amazing views of the lake and the city skyline for your wedding? Then Discovery World is for you. Oh yeah, and you’ll get amazing catering by Bartolotta’s too – you can’t go wrong! Photos by Reminisce Studio.
 

12. The Box

The Box Milwaukee WeddingIf you’re looking for a unique venue in the heart of downtown Milwaukee, check out The Box MKE. It’s a great space and you’ll love working with the awesome owners Jamie and Jaime. Photos by Studio 29 Photography.
 

13. Iron Horse Hotel

Iron Horse Hotel WeddingThe Iron Horse Hotel is a great spot for weddings. Pictured above is the Library and the Lobby, but they also have outdoor options as well as larger spaces. Photos by Reminisce Studio.
 
 

14. Swig

Swig Milwaukee WeddingsYou may know the Third Ward restaurant, Swig, but did you know they have a great event space upstairs? They do and it’s great for intimate weddings, parties and rehearsal dinners. Photos by Nikki Winter Photography.
 

15. Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Marcus Center WeddingsWeddings at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts rock! Their location is awesome and so is the staff – oh yeah, you also get catering from the always delicious Sazama’s. Photos by Happy Gnome Photography.
 

16. The War Memorial Center

War Memorial WeddingHaving your wedding right on the lake with the beautiful Art Museum and city skyline in the background? Yes please! Weddings at the War Memorial Center give you all of this and more. Photos by The Paper Elephant.
 

17. The Garden

The Garden Milwaukee WeddingsThe Garden is located right on Milwaukee Street in the heart of downtown, which we love. But the real star of the show is the the lighting and design – it sets weddings at The Garden apart from anyplace else in the city. Photos by JBe Photography.
 

18. Lowlands (Cafe Centraal, Hollander, Benelux, Bavaria)

Lowlands Group WeddingsHot neighborhoods + great food + amazing beers = Weddings at the Lowlands Group properties. The top photo is Cafe Hollander in Wauwatosa and the bottom two are from Cafe Centraal in Bay View. Photos by Beloved | By Robyn Vining.
 

19. The Milwaukee Art Museum

Weddings at the Milwaukee Art Museum The Milwaukee Art Museum is an icon. It was also just named one of the most beautiful wedding venues in the US. Photos by Brian Slawson Photography.
 

20. Evolution

Evolution Milwaukee WeddingsWOW! We are super impressed with the new View at Evolution. With an amazing rooftop deck and indoor/outdoor spaces, weddings at Evolution are simply amazing. Styling by Events to a T, photos by Little Giant Photography.
 

21. Milwaukee Public Museum

Milwaukee Public Museum WeddingIf you’re looking for a very unique wedding space downtown, the Milwaukee Public Museum just might be it. Photos by Brian Slawson Photography.
 

22. Villa Filomena

Villa Filomena WeddingsWe have lots of love for beautiful Villa Filomena weddings. It’s a historic mansion run by an awesome family who will take care of you on your big day. Photos by John Ciciora Photography.
 

23. Milwaukee Athletic Club

Milwaukee Athletic Club WeddingsWe recently went to a wedding at the Milwaukee Athletic Club and were blown away! Several amazing spaces plus a badass rooftop. Photos by Amarie Photography.
 

24. Historical Society

Milwaukee Historical Society WeddingHow can you not love weddings at the Historical Society? Beautiful, historic and they have the awesome “LOVE MKE” signs! Photos by The Paper Elephant.
 

25. The Hilton City Center Hotel

Hilton City Center WeddingsMilwaukee’s largest hotel is also one of its largest wedding venues. The amazing Hilton Milwaukee City Center is an art deco gem that fits perfect with elegant weddings. Photos by Reminisce Studio.
 

26. South Second

South Second Milwaukee WeddingsWe are so excited that the brand new South Second made the list! They did an amazing job on this new venue in Walker’s Point, so it’s easy to see why MIM couples are excited about it. Bonus: Saz’s is the exclusive caterer – sour cream and chive fries anyone? Photos by Reminisce Studio.
 

27. SURG on the Water

Surg on the Water WeddingOne thing that stands out about SURG on the Water is their HUGE patio. Add in their Third Ward location and it’s a must-see! Photos by Little Giant Photography.
 

28. Water Buffalo

Water Buffalo WeddingsWater Buffalo is located on the river in the Third Ward. It’s a great spot for smaller events, such as rehearsal dinners and bridal showers. Photos by Nikki Winter Photography.
 

29. Central Standard

Central Standard WeddingsCentral Standard Craft Distillery is an awesome space in Walker’s Point. The cocktails are delicious and they are perfect for rehearsal dinners, bridal showers, and other intimate events.
 

30. The Intercontinental Hotel

Intercontinental Hotel WeddingsFrom its large ballroom to an intimate art gallery, the InterContinental Hotel is a perfect setting for small and large weddings. We love it’s modern vibe and it’s central downtown location. Photos by Kathy McDowell Photography.


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