If you envision a wedding in a little white chapel, but are not a member of a congregation, take note. There is a gorgeous historic chapel wedding venue in downtown Raleigh. Here, host your ceremony and reception under one roof. All Saints Chapel is open for any couple to rent for their big day!
Some couples choose to rent All Saints Chapel for their Raleigh wedding ceremony only. That way, they experience the church wedding feel, and then move to a second location for the reception.
But, most couples book this NC chapel wedding venue for the entire celebration. That’s because this venue has plenty of space for a full service wedding! They host the ceremony upstairs in the chapel, and then the guests go downstairs for a cocktail hour, while the chapel is converted into a dining room for the wedding meal.
Alternately, some couples choose to do the entire reception in the downstairs event space.
All Saints Chapel has been called the “Prettiest Chapel in the South,” and Team Heart of NC Weddings can’t argue with that! This little gem was built in 1875, and was saved from demolition by Empire Properties in 2006.
A preservation team spent two years restoring All Saints Chapel to its original glory. Inside you’ll find a wooden beamed cathedral ceiling, gorgeous stained glass windows lining the walls and above the altar, and stunning woodwork.
All Saints Chapel is operated by the Empire Eats Hospitality group, which also owns The Stockroom at 230 and The Glass Box, two other popular Raleigh wedding venues. Empire Eats also consists of several restaurants around town including The Pit, Sitti, Raleigh Times, and Gravy. Behind Sitti and Gravy there is another hidden venue called Jiddi Space.
The Empire Catering team offers dishes from each of these restaurants. Couples can book Empire Eats Catering for their All Saints wedding at a reduced rate, but outside caterers are allowed as well.
Say “I do” in the place that couples have been walking down the aisle for 140 years. All Saints Chapel is one of the most unique wedding venues in downtown Raleigh.