The 50 Most Romantic Wedding Venues in the U.S.

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Romantic Wedding Venues

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It's easy to get lost in what likely feels like endless options when it comes to choosing your wedding venue. To help, we scoured the country state by state and found some of the most romantic wedding venues across the U.S.. Whether you're marrying in Michigan or Maui, we found places that you're sure to love.

Southern brides should consider The Cloister in Sea Island, Georgia, known for it's wood-paneled lodge and gleaming chandelier-lit ballroom. Prefer somewhere more historical? Race & Religious, a Creole cottage and Greek Revival home, in New Orleans features dreamy courtyards lit entirely by gas lamps.

Marrying in the Northeast? The Barn on Walnut Hill in North Yarmouth, Maine was restored in 2009 and offers the perfect quintessential New England backdrop for your big day. Wany to say "I do" seaside? The Chatham Bars Inn in Chatham, Massachusetts has subtle nautical details, floor-to-ceiling windows offering a view of the resorts private beach, and a menu that feels reminiscent of an elevated family clambake.

Western brides should book The Resort at Paws Up in Greenough, Montana. Say "I do" under the states famed skies and host an intimate gathering of your nearest and dearest at their rustic-style setting. Or head to the Timerline Lodge in Mt. Hood, Oregon for a venue with sweeping mountain views and an aprés ski-style bash.

Midwest ladies, look no further than Cedar Lake Cellars in Wright City, Missouri. Their stone fireplaces, pub-style tables, and a magical waterfall will make this gorgeous venue feel like home.

Ready to plan your dream nuptials? Click through to see 50 romantic wedding venues in the U.S. in our full slideshow.

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