A Spring House Hotel Wedding | Block Island Weddings, Cara + Carlton

A bride and groom walk down a hallway holding hands and as they gaze into each others eyes.

A Historic & Elegant Landmark Venue

Cara and Carlton exchanged their vows and promised one another forever at Block Islands’ most historic and elegant landmark. The Spring House Hotel. As a Block Island wedding photographer, I can’t recommend a more perfect place for an unforgettable experience on your wedding day!

Just a short ferry ride away, this venue is the perfect escape for you and your guests. Imagine this in your wedding photos; perfectly cut green grass, a shining white building, and the deep blue ocean all behind you. This is truly a picturesque backdrop for your wedding on Block Island. 

Built in 1852, the Spring House Hotel is Block Island’s oldest and largest hotel. It’s also considered one of the island’s most elegant and historic landmarks. The hotel is an 11-minute walk from the island’s ferry terminal and a 7-minute walk from the Old Harbor Historic District. Not to mention it’s also only a mile away from Fred Benson Town Beach, which places this venue in a prime location. 

A brides wedding dress and grooms suit both hang from the window of the Spring House Hotel along with their shoes under them.

A beautiful close-up shot of some of the couples items nicely arranged include the brides shoes, the wedding rings, invitations, the brides, gloves, her earrings and necklace, and a napkin with the couples initials.

A beautiful shot of the table set up for the reception.

What To Expect From Your Landmark Venue

Here you’ll find a variety of endearing venues to choose from. There’s Victoria’s Parlor which provides plenty of room to dance, relax, and even a designated spot for performers. Or you can enjoy the view of the Atlantic Ocean on the East Overlook Patio, the perfect spot to have your cocktail hour. And if you want to cuddle next to a fireplace, the Dining Room is the perfect spot for you.

The hotel even offers to assist you with services like catering, set up, clean up, event planning, and so much more. Fun fact, the hotel’s kitchen uses produce picked from their own gardens that overlook the ocean! Many of their dishes are made to exclusively utilize what grows in their own backyard. The friendly and seasoned staff are dedicated to making sure that you have an experience you will always remember.

As one of Cara and Carlton’s favorite places in Rhode Island, it was the ideal place to mark the beginning of their new lives together. Cara even continued her family’s tradition of having her something borrowed, old, and blue be her grandmothers’ garter. Something that all of the women in her family have worn for their special day.

The Spring House Hotel is the perfect place to continue your family traditions, or even start new ones. And with us capturing every moment, you’ll always remember them.

A bride candidly finishes getting ready for the ceremony by putting on her earrings.

A groom in a chair candidly stares out a window before the ceremony.

A bride and groom stand before their officiant during their wedding ceremony.

A newlywed couple share their first kiss as husband and wife.

A bride and groom share a tender kiss in front of their family and friends.

A newlywed couple share a joyful embrace after their ceremony.

A bride and groom sit on the stairs of the Spring House Hotel and share a candid moment together.

A newlywed couple enjoy their first dance together as the groom embraces his bride from behind.

A newlywed couple happily share their first dance in front of their friends and family.

A newlywed couple and their guests enjoy dancing on the dance floor during the reception.

A newlywed couple and their guests enjoy dancing the night away during the reception.

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