The Grand Pacific Wedding Chapel is non-denominational. You
have the option of using your own officiate, or you may select one from a list we have compiled of area
officiates that are licensed to perform civil ceremonies.
One of the most unique wedding chapels in Ohio, the Grand
Pacific Wedding Chapel was originally erected in 1851 as a Methodist Episcopal church. Acquired in 1956 by
the Masonic Lodge and gracefully enjoyed until the spring of 2001. Purchased by Clint Williams who has
restored it to its original Victorian grace.
As part of the authentic 2001 restoration, the chapel's bell
tower and steeple, destroyed during a 1909 storm, have been rebuilt using an antique bell recovered from a
Presbyterian Church torn down in 1969. The original stained glass windows were also refurbished to capture
the ambiance of the era.
The furnishings reflect the chapel's Victorian Era with
lovely antiques, wicker, and upholstered furniture. The area behind the altar has been transformed into a
beautiful, formal Bride's dressing room complete with a balcony overlooking the flowing creek and arched
bridge. A vintage 1880 back bar and dance area create a memorable setting you and your guests will love. The
garden entrance leads to a charming reception area with accommodations for 50 to 130 guests. For a larger
reception, please consider The Grand Pacific Hotel.
The Historic Grand Pacific Wedding Chapel offers the
elegance and romance your special day deserves. Celebrate your wedding in the enchanting grace and style of a
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