Celebrate the wedding of a lifetime at our boutique inns on the Chesapeake Bay waterfront. With antique charm and classic elegance, our historic hotels offer romantic settings for your ceremonies and receptions. The Maryland Inn and Governor Calvert House offer magnificent downtown Annapolis, MD wedding venues, including flower gardens, verandas and terraces where love blossoms. With flawless attention to detail and creative cuisine, our venues earned the Wedding Wire Bride's Choice Awards 2012 for the most historic ambiance in Annapolis.
Planning Your Dream Wedding
Create the wedding you have always envisioned at Historic Inns of Annapolis. We offer custom wedding packages, creative cuisine and extraordinary services that make planning a joyous experience. Your fairytale begins with our catering sales manager who helps select a venue and designs your menus with our executive chef. You can customize your wedding with selections of wines, linens, foods, entertainment and special arrangements, so nothing is left undone. We can also coordinate rehearsal dinners, farewell brunches, and group accommodations. Please contact Michelle Vellon at email@example.com or 410-216-6326 to plan your weddings at Historic Inns of Annapolis.
Customize your magical day with our premium Annapolis wedding package that adds dramatic touches to your celebration. "That Special Touch" package at Historic Inns of Annapolis includes an open bar with premium brands, wine service, extended reception hours, and vegetarian and kid's meals. Our professional wedding coordinators can help create the perfect package for your Annapolis, MD weddings. Design your happiness with us.
Annapolis Wedding Reception Package
Hors D'oeuvres During Cocktail Hour
Four Hours Open Bar With Standard Brand Liquors
Champagne Toast For Your Wedding Guests
Chocolate Covered Strawberries On Each Slice of Wedding Cake
Complimentary Votives and Hurricane Globes with Candles
Deluxe Accommodations for the Bride and Groom
Access to Colonial Gardens Ooutside the Ballroom
Dinner for Two in Treaty of Paris Restaurant on First Anniversary