The glittering lights of Chicago's skyline create a glamorous, romantic, wedding backdrop—one that's sought after by tourists and locals alike. A wealth of venue choices range from storied icons to hidden treasures, but all of the places featured here boast fantastic bird's-eye views of the Windy City.
Designated a National Scenic Area—the largest in America!—The Columbia River Gorge is also one of the 7 Wonders of Oregon. In this spectacular canyon, the Columbia River cuts through the Cascade mountains creating amazing cliffs, as well as mountain, river, and forest views everywhere you look. All this natural beauty is on display at the following wedding venues, where you won't need much in the way of decorations.
With snow-capped mountain peaks, lush Aspen and evergreen forests, and sweeping valley vistas, Colorado certainly lives up to its reputation as the jewel of the American West. And for couples seeking a rustic, outdoorsy wedding venue, there's no better place to start than the Rocky Mountain state. Quintessential barns, ranches, and farms are located in every corner of Colorado, making it easy to find a perfect fit...the only tricky part is choosing just one!
Part history, part fantasy, this old mining town-turned-posh resort and celebrity magnet has earned Aspen a reputation as the ultimate Rocky Mountain high. Combined with the city’s richly diverse arts, culture and dining scene, it’s ideal for a destination wedding. Here are some Aspen venues we think you should check out!
Pristine beaches…swaying palm trees…plumeria-scented air…and technicolor sunsets over the Pacific. These are just a few of the things that make Hawaii a tropical paradise and a top choice for destination weddings.
With its beautifully preserved Art Deco buildings, pristine beaches, and ultra-hot nightlife, South Beach is an ideal wedding spot—whether your guests are traveling from afar, or just driving in from the next county.