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Show off your unique sense of style by choosing a really interesting wedding venue. We list some of our favorites from across the country below. Bonus points if you up the uniqueness of your event with some signature details!
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.
We've all heard of "signature cocktails," but there are so many more ways to personalize your wedding! Check out our ideas for 13 Signature Wedding Details That AREN’T Cocktails. Your guests will thank you when they don't have such a wicked hangover the next morning.
THE SPRINGS Event Venues offers a variety of premier venues with a focus on natural beauty. In fact, nature is everywhere—in the gorgeous landscaping at each location, as well as in the wood and stone elements inside their reception halls.
Magical Sedona is a mecca for artists, tourists, and outdoor enthusiasts. It's also a one-of-a-kind destination if you're seeking a unique natural setting for your own one-of-a-kind wedding experience. In this mystical and spiritual place, you'll find a variety of venues from rustic to indulgent, along with spectacular views of the area's world-famous red rocks.
San Francisco is famous for many things: iconic bay views, great parks, and more incredible restaurants per capita than just about anywhere else in the country to name a few. But it's also a prime destination for weddings, thanks to a wealth of unique venues. Here's a selection of standout options that run the gamut from landmark buildings to cutting-edge museums. And most of them are worth visiting even if you're not getting married here!
Couples looking for an "outside the box" venue have lots of options in Fort Lauderdale. You'll find everything from sweep-you-off-your-feet romantic escapes to quirky art installations...there's even a haunted hideaway!
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.