San Diego is one of the top wedding destinations in the entire country. Its incredible weather, beaches, ocean vistas, and lush gardens make it hard to resist, especially for an al fresco celebration. Whether you want to get married with your toes in the sand, surrounded by flowers, or on a paddlewheel boat, the San Diego Area wedding venues we've included here all take full advantage of the region's outdoor assets.
Hoping to find an affordable San Diego Area wedding venue? Don't despair! From resorts and hotels to a historic ranch and county park, here's a selection of places that won't break the bank.
Denver's colorful history and dazzling location make it a favorite choice for the Big Day, whether you're a local couple or one that's planning a destination wedding. Within the charming town's borders you'll find an eclectic mix of grand hotels, treasured architectural gems, and funky restaurants—and some spots that are all three at the same time! Look over our list and see for yourself—there's no need to leave the Mile High City to find an unforgettable place to say "I do."
San Diego is a popular playland—and wedding destination—for lots of reasons, starting with its natural beauty, great weather, and more than 68 miles of beaches. In addition to all its other assets, the San Diego Area is home to some stellar places to get married, from beachfront properties and ballrooms, to gardens and barns. To help you kick off your search, we've put together a list of some of the best wedding venues the region has to offer.
Known as the "Wedding Capital of Texas", Dripping Springs offers a wealth of wedding venues that showcase the beauty and hospitality of the region. Just minutes from Austin, this Hill Country town is close to wineries and other local attractions your guests will enjoy. Plus, the city passed a “dark sky ordinance” to help preserve visibility of the glittering canopy of stars at night.
Looking for the perfect place for a garden wedding in Miami or Fort Lauderdale? Lucky you! Broward County’s year-round mild days and cool evenings create the ideal climate for all sorts of plants to flourish, making this area home to some of the most beautiful and diverse botanical collections—and event venues—you'll find anywhere in the country.
San Francisco is famous for many things: iconic bay views, great parks, and more incredible restaurants per capita than just about anywhere else in the country to name a few. But it's also a prime destination for weddings, thanks to a wealth of unique venues. Here's a selection of standout options that run the gamut from landmark buildings to cutting-edge museums. And most of them are worth visiting even if you're not getting married here!
The California Gold Rush brought people—and fortunes—west. Newly minted tycoons and industrialists flocked to San Francisco, anxious to show off their wealth, and by the turn of the century the city became known for its exuberant, extravagant architecture. Luckily, SF is still a treasure trove of these historic landmarks, hotels, and mansions—all of which offer spectacular ballroom settings for your wedding.