Wanna feel like the Queen (or King!) of Versailles for a day? Host your wedding in a mansion!
From Gatsby-esque manors to private estates, we've listed some of the most glamorous mansion wedding venues across the country.
Savannah boasts the largest National Historic Landmark District in the U.S. and it happens to be in the heart of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. In addition to cobblestone streets, manicured gardens, and parks shaded by Spanish moss-laden oaks, you’ll find some captivating wedding venues. Here are a half dozen that will pique your interest!
From Civil War mansions to landmark buildings of the 1920s, Memphis' historic venues offer the charm and elegance of a bygone era. Whether you envision celebrating in a stunning ballroom with ornate crystal chandeliers and lots of gold detailing or arriving at your "estate for a day" in a horse-drawn carriage, you'll be able to take a step back in time at all of the places we've highlighted here.
Virginia is home to a wide range of exceptional wedding venues, from botanical gardens and historic landmarks to luxury resorts and fabulous farms. We’ve selected some of our favorite places that showcase the state’s wealth of event locations, and you just might want to check them ALL out!
Austin gets high rankings for so many things: its outdoor attractions (parks, lakes and trails), fine restaurants, support of the arts, and overall quality of life. After checking out the city’s wedding venues, we’d have to say it’s a great place to get married, too. Here’s a selection of some of Austin’s best spots to tie the knot.
If you’re getting married in New Jersey, you have your pick of an incredible range of wedding sites: From private estates and country clubs to historic landmarks and amazing museums, the state boasts just about every type of event location you can think of. To give you an idea of what’s available, we’ve put together a little “tasting menu”—10 hand-selected places that we love, each one from a different venue category.
Elegant, romantic and very photogenic, Austin’s mansions are popular wedding venues for good reason. There’s definitely something special about saying “I do” beneath a 100-year-old oak or sipping champagne on a shady veranda. Host your celebration at one of these historic places and you and your guests will be transported back to a more genteel time.
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!
Who knew that Northern New Jersey is home to so many historic—and amazing—wedding venues? Each of the locations listed here comes with an interesting (or even notorious!) past, along with spectacular architecture and equally stunning event spaces. If you truly want a fairy-tale Big Day, visit any or all of these fabulous places.