Lofts and repurposed industrial buildings provide one-of-a-kind settings for a trendy, eclectic wedding. They’re often historic and always filled with interesting elements, like original columns, brick walls, exposed ductwork, industrial lighting…even great views and cool artwork.
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It's Murphy's Law: Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. And when something goes wrong at a wedding, it can be frightening how quickly costs add up.
This is pretty much why wedding insurance exists—to help couples recover from any financial consequences resulting from unanticipated (and expensive!) wedding mishaps.
Often historic and always architecturally interesting, lofts offer a wealth of design possibilities for a trendy, eclectic wedding. Whether you choose a repurposed old factory or a sleek urban gallery, you’re apt to find unique features like original columns, brick walls, exposed ductwork, industrial lighting…even such perks as great views and cool artwork.
Planning a destination wedding? Don’t miss these Top 5 Destination Wedding Tips from one of our Certified By The Guide wedding planners, Michelle Barrionuevo-Mazzini of MB Wedding Design and Events.
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.
The Napa/Sonoma Wine Country is famous for its wines and gorgeous scenery, but it’s also renowned as a wedding mecca. And although hosting your Big Day here can be pricey, you’ll be happy to know that the region is also home to more affordable venues. Here’s a list of places that are easier on your wallet!
What could be more memorable and romantic than a winery or vineyard wedding? And with Texas now the fastest-growing wine region in the country, you’ll have your choice of visually stunning locales, each with its own charms and personality.
Miami/Ft. Lauderdale has so much to offer when it comes to planning an intimate wedding—wonderful hotels, fantastic dining, secluded beaches, and an overall feel that's a bit more serene than its bustling neighbors.
Planning a South Florida wedding? The upscale, picturesque barrier island community of Golden Beach, and its vibrant neighbor, Hollywood, are definitely worth considering. The two cities are easily accessible from Miami and Fort Lauderdale, situated between two major airports, and minutes away from the area's most popular attractions.
Want to have a fantastic destination wedding but don’t want to learn a foreign language or take a 12-hour plane ride to get there? No problem—some of the best destination wedding venues are right here in the U.S.!