Welcome to the Gatsby mansion — or at least close enough! This Port Washington, New York home features 6+ acres of beautifully manicured and landscaped land as well as a 6,500-foot residence with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and two full kitchens.
Outside you’ll find a basketball and tennis court, a private beach path, a heated pool, a jacuzzi, and two outdoor fireplaces.
In the “Great Gatsby” book, Tom and Daisy’s home was described as being a red and white Georgian colonial mansion with French windows overlooking the bay.
If you think this sounds like a great location for a wedding, then you’re going to love this gorgeous Georgian Colonial home in Los Angeles that oozes original charm. The 1916 home includes three decorative chimneys and 52 windows, making for an abundance of light and airiness.
What better way to celebrate your wedding in 1920s style than at a swanky speakeasy! This stylish and quirky venue in the heart of downtown Seattle comes with a 1,000-square-foot main area with a bar, a stage, several banquet tables, and seating for 90 guests.
The venue also provides food and drink catering options and A/V tech staff to ensure your whole wedding reception runs smoothly.
“Jeff was an amazing host and extremely accommodating,” shares a Peerspace reviewer. “I would recommend this space to anyone! The space has a lot of great conversation starters to keep your guests busy. The wait staff were also incredible; extremely kind a patient and kind.”
This is the perfect time to hire a jazz band and host your “Great Gatsby” wedding-themed reception at a beautiful jazz club like this one in San Francisco!
This Peerspace venue even includes bar minimums in the booking rate and serves up to 75 guests. Ask the host if they can help you book a jazz band to come play for you and your guests while you’re there!
According to Peerspace reviewers, the hosts are just as amazing as the atmosphere! Here’s one example: “Sarah and Monroe were such a pleasure to work with. Our party was a success and our guests absolutely loved the atmosphere! Sarah and here team made sure that we had a really custom event. Will definitely be coming back.”
Looking for a swoon-worthy 1920s building to host your “Great Gatsby” themed wedding? Then look no further than this gorgeous warehouse loft in LA!
The space offers unrivaled natural light, no matter the time of year or weather, with a total of 24 windows lining the entire length of both sides of the studio. There are also 13-foot ceilings, no pillars to obstruct views or activities, and chandeliers available for rent all make this venue an absolute stand-out option for a wedding.
“Amazing space that was perfect for our needs,” says a Peerspace reviewer. “Host was great and very accommodating. Everything was clean and well organized. Highly recommended!”
Did you know Peerspace offers venue options in the U.K., Australia, parts of Europe, and Canada, as well as the U.S.? It’s true! And if you’re hosting a destination wedding in England, you can still bring your dream “Great Gatsby” wedding theme to life.
For example, check out this fantastic ballroom available for rent in London! This Peerspace venue was built in 1926 and is situated in the beautiful Bloomsbury Square. See all the photos of this versatile space and ask the host any questions about booking the venue on Peerspace.
Tip #2: Glam it up with gold
For a “Great Gatsby” wedding theme, you’ll want the most elegant, sparkling, and fun color palette imaginable!
Our suggestion? Go gold! Gold is a color that oozes decadence and fits a Gatsby theme oh-so-perfectly. For accent colors, consider elegant shades of green, turquoise, pink, or purple to really round out your Gatsby look.
Check out our Art Deco wedding theme guide for more decor tips and tricks!