Gather round, brides, and wedding planners: If you’re currently in the middle of venue-hunting, you know how difficult and time-consuming it can be. There’s a way to sort venues based on location, budget, style, and capacity.
Enter Wedding Spot – an online website — the first of its type — that allows you to search, compare prices, and contact venues. This is a truly one-stop shop for wedding planning. No more chasing down countless emails with outlets.
Wedding Spot has a tool that allows you to search through 13,000+ venues. We found ten unique U.S. locations and our favorite venues for your one-of-a-kind wedding. You might want to give your guests a fantastic experience. Here’s your list…
New Mexico is the perfect place to get married under a desert sun if you are tired of the same scenes in Sedona, Joshua Tree, and Phoenix.
Imagine exchanging vows on a terracotta terrace perched over rolling desert mountains. Papel Picado flags will sway gently with the wind. Dona Andrea de Santa Fe is obsessed with detail.
There is much more to Montana than cowboys, cattle ranches, and the like. Big Sky Country’s dramatic mountaintops, clear glacial waters, and stunning wedding venues are a more affordable and beautiful alternative to the typical Aspen and Vail, Colorado weddings.
Sage Lodge is the ideal spot for the rustic chic bride.
Michigan is in a big moment, and we are here to celebrate. This Midwest jewel is a hotspot for unique venues, such as this Castle on Lake Michigan or this Farm in Cider Country.
You won’t need to look far for talented, award-winning vendors. Our favorite photographers, like Amanda VanVels, are Michigan natives and bred.
Alaska is worth the trek. You can stay in a yurt on Orca Island Cabins if the views aren’t convincing enough. The Gathering Place is another fantastic spot to say “I Do” with sweeping views.
Please take a look at our favorite Alaskan photographer, Corrine Graves. She is the owner and photographer of Outland Creative.
Martha’s Vineyard is a must-see, as are Cape Cod and the Hamptons. It’s now time for Rhode Island’s moment in the spotlight. The smallest state has a lot of Atlantic coast magic. Rhode Island offers several beautiful locations for beachside nuptials. However, the breezy and elegant Newport Beach House stands out as a place to exchange vows while your toes are in the sand.
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I may be biased, but Washington State is the best place for a wedding in the summer. The days are long, and the weather (usually) is perfect. The upper left offers various outdoor activities, including islands, coastlines, and mountains.
We’d stay in one of these cozy Cabins if we were you. We are also interested in the recently renovated Paradise Village near Mount Rainier. It’s a perfect mix of rustic and luxury and can accommodate 450 guests.
Texas Hill Country
Three words: Texas Hill Country. Still not convinced? What about a roasted whole pig cookout with a live twangy guitarist, rolling hills, and majestic views, all within a short distance of the best barbecues in Austin and artists, vendors, and other local attractions? We thought so, too. The Creek Haus seems like a great time.
Northern California Coast
California’s Northern Coast is a stunning alternative to the popular weddings in the Bay Area, and So Cal. Look at the breathtaking coastal views at Switzer Farm or Agate Inn. *Swoon*
Vermont is one of the most well-kept wedding secrets in the world. It is cheaper and less crowded than the New Yorker hotspot Hudson Valley. There are plenty of mountains, farms, and pastures to host a picturesque outdoor wedding. Step back in history at Snapdragon Hotel, a beautiful 19th-century mansion next to a tranquil pond.
You must visit Everthine if you are in Burlington!
Hudson Valley, New York
If you’re not in the mood to travel, the Barn’s Hoot is just two-and-a-half hours from NYC. This beautiful 1800s Dutch Barn is perfect for city folk to live out their wedding dreams.
New Orleans is the most fantastic wedding destination in the world. There’s nowhere else that compares. Planning a wedding weekend in NOLA can be as simple as king cake, with great food, music, and culture.
The colonial-inspired grounds, adorned with Spanish moss, of the Southern Oaks Plantation are a beautiful place to say “I do.” With a capacity of 400 guests, you will have plenty of space to let the good times roll.
San Luis Obispo (California)
San Luis Obispo, a hidden gem in Southern California, has much to offer: foodies, wine lovers, surfers, and outdoor enthusiasts. San Luis Obispo is a small California town known as SLO. It is located 15 minutes away from the beaches in one direction and 15 minutes from Paso Robles Wine Country in the opposite direction. This college town is an agricultural paradise that’s quiet and pristine. The city has a chic downtown with world-class restaurants and hosts the largest farmer’s market in the state.
Flying Caballos Ranch is our favorite venue, with its beautiful green rolling hills and 100-year-old barn.