Lets pick up where we left off and head to downtown Youngstown!
Downtown is home to many beautiful spots… the first being Powers Auditorium!
If you’re having a “Gatsby,” wedding this is your place! I mean… check out those doors!
Also downtown is the beautiful Butler Art Museum. The grey marble compliments almost every color scheme… and its covered… making a great rain location!
The Youngstown Courthouse is a great spot when you’re looking for something super formal! The stairs and high arches make for some really dramatic shots!
I could probably do an entire post alone on Mill Creek Park! Below you will find Lanterman’s Mill. This is for those with a more rustic approach to their wedding day!
The Rose garden is one of our most popular spots… and its not hard to see why! All the flowers are perfect for a wedding day!
Stambaugh is also a favorite! You’ll want to make sure to book this spot ahead of time, but its totally worth it!!
Poland is a lovely town! Across from the Poland library is my favorite pergola ever!! Most people think Poland only has the library to offer… but that is so wrong!!
The Youngstown Country Club is up next!
Check out those windows!!
Salem is home to “The Old Barn.” Perfect for those couples looking for a rustic feel!
The Lake Club is amazing… and if you haven’t seen all their recent improvements… you should!! They have so much to offer… including great places to take pictures! Below you’ll find the golf course… Fall is the perfect season for the course!
Josh and Katie also had their wedding at the Lake Club. We opted for more of a garden look!
The Club also makes for a great night shot!!
Avion is up next!! Theres nothing more beautiful than a sunset at dusk!
Gervasi is located in Canton, but totally worth the drive! Check out some amazing shots below!
Thats all for now!! Hope you enjoyed!!