The D.C. Metro area is absolutely overflowing with wedding venues that highlight the city's unique role in American history. We've listed some of our favorites, from one of the city's earliest churches and a couple of mansions to a cutting-edge, globally-recognized trade center.
It may come as a surprise to you that New Jersey has an amazing array of scenic, country wedding venues. Just venture outside the main cities and you'll be captivated by the tree-studded mountains, farmland dotted with rustic barns, historic manors overlooking rolling hills, and upscale equestrian estates with stunning views.
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.
Its long history as the East Coast's favorite playground has supplied the Jersey Shore with a wealth of fantastic places to celebrate...especially if you're looking to wed on the waterfront. Choices include both quaint, historic spots that highlight the area's serene natural landscapes, and modern spaces that tap the Shore's vibrant culture and nightlife. Here's a selection of some of the region’s best venues.
Planning a wedding on the Maryland side of the DC Metro area? You’ll discover a wealth of sites full of history and character, including contemporary architectural masterpieces and a fairytale hilltop castle. Check out this selection of unique Maryland venues—and don’t be surprised if you become smitten with more than one of them!
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.
With its prime location directly across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., Arlington is a convenient place for a wedding, as well as a great home base for exploring the capitol. If you’re planning to host your celebration in this historic city, here are a few venues to consider.
There are so many ways to get married al fresco, and Maryland’s outdoor wedding venues run the gamut. From waterfront hotels and museums to mansions, farms and yachts, this state is blessed with a multitude of open-air options. Here are a few you might want to check out!