A Breathtaking Wedding Venue

Photography by Jonathon Gibson and Kirk Rhein

Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, but the path to it includes months of careful and sometimes less than magical planning. 

Luckily, Anderson Pavilion can help with many of the items on that checklist. Nestled on the banks of the Ohio River, the Annie W. & Elizabeth M. Anderson Pavilion in Smale Riverfront Park offers a number of the most breathtaking views of downtown Cincinnati, making any wedding jump from ordinary to extraordinary. Cali Rhein, director of sales and event production at Anderson Pavilion, says, “We want this to be as joyous of an experience as possible for our brides. Our spectacular views, contemporary designs and delicious cuisine are unbeatable and our friendly, accommodating staff is even better.”

Anderson Pavilion is a one-stop shop that provides couples with an event coordinator from day one to help make any vision come to life. “We want our brides and their families to really feel like they’re being taken care of,” Rhein says. “We don’t want them to have to fret the small things so we try our best to make everything as easy as possible.” 

Each wedding party has access to the venue all day, not just a few hours. This allows the day to unfold naturally, giving everyone the time and space to relax and celebrate without worrying about tight schedules.

Anderson Pavilion offers outdoor spaces such as the Pichler Fountains, Gardner Family Grove & Rose Garden and Suspension Bridge Riverview Garden. With so many views and atmospheres, guests will experience the breathtaking Cincinnati landscape and skyline at the Anderson Pavilion. 

For more information on wedding and event spaces, you can reach Anderson Pavilion by phone at 513.978.1821, by email at info andersonpavilion.com or visit their website at www.andersonpavilion.com.

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