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If you're looking for an interesting wedding venue that's just a bit offbeat, why not consider a gallery, museum, planetarium, or even an aquarium? We consider museum and gallery venues to be gems—so we've summed up their advantages with our own version of "the 4 Cs": Classy, Cultural, Conversational, and Cool.
Malibu may have a reputation as Los Angeles' tony cousin to the north, but it's so much more than just an upscale destination: A drive along the miles of beaches and mountains reveals glimpses of the quaint beach houses, eclectic restaurants, and roadside galleries that drew visitors here in the first place. Our list of stellar Malibu wedding venues reflects the town as it truly is: beautiful, friendly, varied, and uniquely Southern Californian.
Portland dates back to the 1840s, but its consistently forward-thinking, creative residents ensure there's always something new to discover. Here's a list of urban wedding venues that encapsulate the very best this city has to offer.
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.
Couples looking for an "outside the box" wedding venue in Dallas are in luck—the city's rich history and varied urban landscape mean unique places to celebrate are in ample supply. The following locations offer a broad range of wonderful settings, all conveniently situated in the Metroplex.
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!