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It can be a challenge to find the best wedding venues in America. That’s why we have a multi-part list for your wedding needs.
Planning your wedding can be stressful, but it’s also meant to be one of the most enjoyable times of your life, so try to enjoy it. Picking out the perfect venues to have your ceremony can be tedious and difficult. Especially when you want to make your dream wedding vision come true and try to stick to your budget. But this is a once-in-a-lifetime moment! So kick back, relax, and enjoy it. We have compiled a list of the best wedding venues in America for you to browse through. Maybe your dream venues are on this list!
The Wauwinet Venue
The Wauwinet in Nantucket, Massachusetts, is a resort that has over 34 suites in it. Plenty of room for you and your wedding party and guests to stay at. It houses 150 people, so you can pack quite a few guests here to enjoy their stay. Make a vacation out of it. Exchange vows with your soulmate on the zen deck with the ocean as the backdrop to this romantic moment. Then you can enjoy a lovely lobster bake on the sea as your reception.
Blue Dress Barn
Blue Dress Barn in Benton Harbor, Michigan, comes with a bridal suite. You can spend the morning getting ready for your big day and getting pampered just like a queen! The room is filled with original art, so you’ll be able to get some lovely photos for a behind-the-scenes look at your wedding years from now. Say, “I do” with your true love outside between two silos towering above you, and end your perfect dream wedding with a reception at the barn—perfect for history buffs and anyone dreaming of a friendly country wedding venue.
Caramoor Center for Music and Art
Caramoor Center for Music and Art in Katonah, New York, is the ideal place to get married for music lovers. This venue is a sunken garden, making for a cozy and romantic vibe—exactly what you want on your wedding day. It’s decorated with a Spanish-style estate, so if you’ve always dreamed of a Spanish-themed or even historical wedding, look no further. All year long, the center hosts concerts in all genres of music: classical, opera, jazz, and more.
Front & Palmer Venue
Front & Palmer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is the wedding venue for anyone wanting to marry in a city or having an all-green wedding. Not only does this loft allow you to decorate it however you want, but it has 35-foot ceilings, and is powered by solar panels, and is serviced by local food caterers, so you’re getting two birds with one stone.
The Museum of History and Industry
The Museum of History and Industry in Seattle, Washington, is the number one wedding venue for anyone wanting an industrial loft wedding. Its Grand Atrium is four stories high and can have up to 750 guests, so you’ll be able to invite everyone you know to your extravagant wedding. Walk down the aisle in style down the spiral staircase, surrounded by military artifacts from throughout history. But a wedding venue for history buffs can’t get any better; you can also dine on long tables beneath a Boeing B-! mail carrier hanging on the ceiling.