Are you totally into the ballroom scene? Or, in other words, are you looking for a classic, more traditional reception site? If you’ve found your prince or princess, these venues will give you the chance to feel like [insert favorite Disney character here] for a day.
The Providence Biltmore’s legendary ballroom sits on the historic hotel’s top floor, offering sweeping, uninterrupted views of the cityscape all night long. 11 Dorrance St., Providence, 401-455-3021, providencebiltmore.com.
The illustrious grand ballroom of Rhodes on the Pawtuxet fame can accommodate up to 600 guests (with room to dance!). The building itself, which was revitalized in 1915 after a tragic fire, still showcases many of its original features, including 100-year-old hardwood floors, wraparound balconies and a stunning courtyard sculpture of the Greek Muse of Dance, Terpsichore. 60 Rhodes Pl., Cranston, 401-785-4333, rhodesonthepawtuxet.com.
While the word “casino” might not exactly scream “fairytale setting,” Roger Williams Park Casino’s birch floored, rosy toned ballroom may just be enough to change your mind. 1000 Elmwood Ave., Providence, 401-785-9450, ext. 7240, rogerwilliamsparkevents.com.