Mooreland Mansion is an elegant wedding venue located in Kirtland, OH. The neoclassical mansion features sprawling gardens, stately columns, and breathtaking event spaces. This venue offers a picturesque setting for couples celebrating one of the happiest days of their lives. Built by William Edward Moore, this mansion originally served as his family’s summer home. Moore was a successful businessman who commissioned Arthur N. Oviatt, a local architect, to build Mooreland Mansion in the late 19th century. The estate encompassed 1,000 acres of land and its owners hosted prominent figures such as Ignacy Paderewski, Poland’s prime minister. By the 1960s, the family had sold much of the land. During this time, the mansion was purchased by Lakeland Community College for its new campus. In 1993, the college’s board of trustees approved the renovation of the house to restore it to its original grandeur. Today, it offers the sophisticated aesthetic of a turn-of-the-century mansion while it is equipped with modern amenities. The venue’s many event spaces exude old-fashioned glamour from its vibrant rose garden to the refined Oviatt Room. This wedding destination boasts hardwood flooring, intricate chandeliers, and other exquisite detailing throughout. Mooreland Mansion offers several indoor and outdoor spaces where couples can host their nuptials. With a total of eight classically designed function rooms, soon-to-be newlyweds are sure to find a space that suits their tastes and event size. For those in search of a banquet hall, the Restoration or Oviatt Rooms provide an idyllic backdrop. Alternately, the Verandah serves as a beautiful setting for summer weddings or a relaxed cocktail hour. This space overlooks the neatly manicured rose garden, which is ideal for taking wedding photos. Couples may enhance their event spaces with a selection of decor from the venue. Soon-to-be newlyweds and their wedding party may also use the establishment’s other rooms to get ready before the festivities.