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.!
If you're dreaming of an outdoor wedding among blossoms, vines, and shade trees, Georgia is a great place to get married. Thanks to its temperate weather and a Southern knack for making all things beautiful, the Peach State is home to some of the country's most glorious gardens.
Luxury comes in many forms, and these downtown Chicago hotels showcase them all. From gold leaf detailing and crystal chandeliers to hand-painted ceilings and rich, wood paneling, the event spaces in the following venues are both stunning and unique. Add exceptional services to the mix (think in-room spa treatments, afternoon tea and customized everything!) as well as plush accommodations and you’ve got all the elements for an unforgettable upscale celebration.
If an "outside the box" celebration is on your list of must-haves, check out the following places. You’ll find a yacht, museums, soaring urban towers and a zoo among this selection of Tennessee’s unique and inspiring wedding venues.
If there's one thing Texans know how to do, it's throw a great party. (Well, that, and barbecue!) The Houston area, in particular, is home to some of the Lone Star State's most incredible wedding venues. From simple rural charm to Old World elegance, you'll find something to love among these awesome event spaces.
The Hamptons may be best known as an exclusive summer destination for wealthy New Yorkers, but this series of seaside communities on Long Island’s South Fork is also home to some exceptional wedding venues. Located along the water, on farmland, or in historic buildings, the following places provide an opportunity to celebrate in style.
Downtown LA is alive and thriving! Its mother lode of historic architecture and museums, as well as cultural, entertainment and sporting events, makes it a great place to turn your wedding into a mini-vacation. And, when it comes to venue choices for the Big Day, you’ll find whatever vibe you’re looking for: Old World glamour, sleek and modern, traditional elegance—even places with a hipster edge. Check out these possibilities—you’re sure to find one…or two…or three! that fit your personal style.
Intimate weddings give Virginia’s classic Southern hospitality a chance to truly shine. The state’s perfect mix of bustling cities and rural countryside offers a wide variety of choices to match any couple’s style. As the following venues prove, a shorter guest list doesn’t mean having to compromise your vision for a fabulous day.