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Tying the knot in one of the six New England states? From landmark buildings in and around Boston to waterfront venues in Rhode Island and rustic Connecticut retreats, we've got an abundance of fabulous locations for your big day. Here's how to plan that New England wedding like a boss.
1. Find Your New England Wedding Venue
Whether you live here or want a lovely destination wedding, how do you begin to choose a wedding venue in New England? We've got you covered! Check out our Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont wedding venues by clicking the images below. When viewing the list of places for each region, use the "Filter Your Results" sidebar to narrow your options down by budget, guest count, and much more.
2. Check out our "Best of" Wedding Venue Lists
Need more help narrowing down the New England wedding venues on our website? You got it! We love making lists, so we've compiled several "Best of" wedding venue articles for Connecticut and Massachusetts—from the most affordable, to the most unique, to the best for small weddings and elopements!
3. Snag our Must-have Wedding Planning Resources
We've got a ton of checklists, timelines, and expert articles in our Wedding Ideas section! Since you're planning a wedding, you'll definitely want our Wedding Checklist. And once you've compiled your short list of wedding venues, you'll need to know what Questions To Ask! From pretty décor inspiration to nitty-gritty details, you'll find the resources you'll need to plan that epic New England wedding.
Ready? You got this!
Photo credits | Wedding Venues: The Lace Factory • Beech Hill Barn • Museum of Science • Locke Falls Farm • Castle Hill Inn • The Essex Resort and Spa | "Best of" Venues: Candlelight Farms Inn • Codman Estate | Wedding Shows: Hotel on North | Wedding Planning Resources: The Lees Photography • Bedford Village Inn
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