Stuttgart’s Wedding Hotels
With its historic attractions, green spaces and beautiful countryside, Stuttgart makes a wonderful wedding destination. Let Expedia find the perfect wedding hotel for you, whether to complement your choice of wedding venue or to host the happy occasion itself.
Planning Your Stuttgart Wedding
Plan at least six months in advance if you intend to get married in Germany. Check with your local embassy and the Standesamt, or local magistrate’s office, to find out what paperwork you will need. Central Stuttgart’s Standesamt is in the Rathaus, close to the Markthalle (other districts have their own offices, so check your particular locale). You will likely need passports stamped with a proof of residence, health certificates, and possibly other documentation. Everyone getting married in Germany is required to conduct a civil ceremony in the Standesamt’s registry office (ceremonies are usually conducted in German). When this is complete, you can hold a more traditional ceremony in one of Stuttgart’s many attractive wedding venues.
Stuttgart’s Traditional Wedding Venues
Stuttgart offers a wide variety of wedding venues to suit every couple’s tastes. For the ultimate in fairytale romance, you can book the White Hall in the Schloss Solitude, a gorgeous Rococo Palace, which was once home to Duke Carl Eugen, while the Marble Hall in Weißenburgpark provides an elegantly Neoclassical venue in a pretty park. Couples can tie the knot in such grand locations as Stuttgart’s State Theatre and Opera House, and Hegel House, birthplace of one of Germany’s greatest philosophers, and for waterborne romance you can hire Stuttgart’s own Theaterschiff, or Theatre Ship, for the big day.
Stuttgart’s Modern Wedding Venues
If you are fired by the romance of the automobile then why not host your wedding in the Casino of the Mercedes-Benz Museum? Book an exclusive museum tour and photo shoot, and drive off into the sunset in style in a classic Mercedes limo. If you have a heart for heights then get hitched up Stuttgart’s TV Tower with its incomparable views of the Black Forest and the Swabian Alps. Or for the ultimate in Modernist marriage chic, try the Le Corbusier House in the 1920s Weissenhof Museum, replete with panoramic roof terrace.