With stunning beaches, beautiful estates, and sprawling vineyards, it's no wonder so many NYC brides choose to get hitched in the Hamptons. From Quogue to Montauk, there's no end to the ceaselessly chic summer activities your guests will enjoy. Be it a posh, country club fête or a chill, surf-inspired Montauk elopement, we've got every East End bridal style covered. Ahead, we're sharing some of the most beautiful venues and places to have a Hamptons wedding.
Montauk Yacht Club
Versatility is the name of the game at this Montauk resort. Whether you're planning an intimate beachfront ceremony, a festive celebration in their Farmhouse Ballroom or inviting 1,000 of your nearest and dearest to a full out fête on their tented Great Lawn, the "wedding specialists" at MYC have got you covered. Their concierge service is focused on making your Montauk destination wedding completely customized. An in-house spa provides an idyllic bridesmaid retreat, and the marina houses charters great groomsmen fishing trips.
Wolffer Estate Vineyard
Wolffer Estate Vineyard is the ideal location for a natural, understatedly elegant summer wedding. The vineyard offers a transitional event experience where up to 175 guests can gather around the gazebo for the ceremony, then walk through the vines to the winery for cocktails and sit beneath a glass-top stone terrace for dinner before moving on to dancing. The no-tent-needed approach makes for a low-stress experience, no matter what the weather. Wolffer brides can work two ways: Either rent the space alone, or create a custom experience with their in-house team that includes local catering, Hamptons-based floral and event design, and a curated assortment of vendors that suit the aesthetic of the 55-acre vineyard.
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Oceanbleu at Westhampton Bath and Tennis
After an oceanfront ceremony, bring guests inside this beautiful ballroom for dinner and dancing with panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. The recently renovated space defines "seaside chic" with soaring blue and white striped ceilings juxtaposed with a jeweled chandelier and service for up to 220 guests. The space is located at the longstanding Westhampton Bath and Tennis, a resort known for hosting epic wedding weekends. The hotel has cozy beach cottages to house out-of-town guests who come for the luxe wedding, and stay for a beach-front bonfire after-party and a celebratory, post-wedding brunch.
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When Solé East isn't hosting weddings, it's a laid-back, surf-inspired retreat featuring live music, a cool pool, and garden grounds for the Montauk crew that craves a chill vibe close to—but not on—the beach itself (leave that to its sister property, Solé East Beach). Weddings draw a similar crowd. Couples come for the fabulous food, intimate vibe, and chill party atmosphere of this casual-chic venue, with an entry decked in whitewashed floors and glossy Gray Malin-esque art.
The Bridge is not just any Hamptons country club — in fact, it's anything but stuffy, stodgy or old fashioned. Owned by a self-made commodities trader who vowed to service his city-chic friends (who can afford the intensely hefty membership fee), the venue oozes hip, cool sophistication. Weddings take place in the contemporary clubhouse, an art-gallery-esque building that boasts a sleek, stunning architectural design. The venue sits on the grounds of the old Bridgehampton Motor Racing Circuit, and pieces of the original race track are incorporated into the golf course, making for stunning views of fairways, guardrails and flag stations.
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Topping Rose House is a luxe country inn paired with a high-end farm to table restaurant. Known as a fixture to Bridgehamptonites and those traveling further east along the main road where it stately sits, the Topping Rose House is currently co-owned by Top Chef star Tom Colicchio, and includes an acre of farmland on which many of the ingredients for its menu are selected. Couples can wed in the offsite barn, or host a more intimate reception in the stylishly designed 75-seat restaurant, which hosts a pretty hip collection of contemporary art. Guests who stay at the Inn also won't be disappointed — the poolside scene is a sleek, midcentury juxtaposition against the classic farmhouse.