If there's one thing we've learned over the years, it's that the stars sure know how to say "I do!" So it's no secret that we — and the rest of the world, for that matter — often look to these celebrity love birds for wedding inspiration. And with choosing a wedding venue proving to be one of the toughest nuptial decisions of them all (after all, your wedding date, your décor, and your guest list all depend on it), who better to look to for A-list venues than the A-listers themselves?
We've gathered up over a dozen luxe locales where your favorite stars have tied the knot. The best part? All of these dream wedding venues — including Italian villas, gorgeous gardens, and honest-to-goodness castles — are all available for rent! So make like a celeb and book your Instagram-worthy wedding at one of these Hollywood-approved venues. (What wedding budget, amiright?)
Becca Tobin and Zach Martin: Amangani, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
It was a Glee reunion at Becca Tobin's December 2016 wedding! The actress' former co-stars Lea Michele, Kevin McHale, Jenna Ushkowitz, Meg Doyle, Michael Hitchcock, Matt Hodgson and Dante Russo all made the guest list cut and the couple even tapped the hilarious Jane Lynch as officiant. The romantic spot of this Glee-ful bash? Wyoming's dreamy Amangani, where brides and grooms can overlook the breathtaking Jackson Hole landscape when they say their "I dos" at the mountain resort. Basically, a winter bride's dream come true...
Michael Phelps and Nicole Johnson: Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort
After the Olympian and his wifey tied the knot in a five-person backyard wedding in June 2016 and then again at a beachy bash in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico on October 29, the bride and groom rang in 2017 with a third round of "I dos!" The three-time newlyweds hosted an Art-Deco themed black-tie wedding on New Year's Eve at the Arizona Biltmore — a classically beautiful venue full of opulent architecture, gilded ceilings, and absurdly gorgeous ceremony and reception spaces.
Maci Bookout and Taylor McKinney: Honey Lake Resort
In October 2016, one of our fave Teen Mom stars tied the knot with her sweetie (and the father of two of her kiddies), Taylor McKinney. The duo took the MTV cameras to Florida's Honey Lake Resort for the destination wedding — a locale full of country-chic vibes and lush greenery. There's even an on-site chapel on the property!
Steven Yeun and Joana Pak: Paramour Estate
In December 2016, The Walking Dead's Steven Yeun wed his honey at L.A.'s Paramour Estate — an Old Hollywood-esque mansion that totes four private acres and sweeping views of Los Angeles, perfect for both indoor and outdoor nuptials. He cleans up rather nicely without being covered in all that grime and guts, no?
Derek Jeter and Hannah Davis: Meadowood Napa Valley
Derek Jeter pulled off the most important home run of his career when he said "I do" to his bride, supermodel Hannah Davis, at Meadowood Napa Valley. The St. Helena's resort made our 2017 list of America's best venues for a reason! The place is the stuff of wine country wedding dreams — definitely a major score for the MLB star.
Adrienne Bailon and Israel Houghton: Hotel Plaza Athénée
The most romantic night of your life in the most romantic city in the world? Sounds très magnifique, non? After Israel Houghton proposed to The Real co-star in Paris, they decided to stick with the Parisian theme and tie the knot in the city's swanky Hotel Plaza Athénée. And it's not hard to see why. With the property's unbelievable Eiffel Tower views, stunning chandeliers, and gorgeous garden courtyard, you'll want to say oui, oui, too!
Lauren Conrad and William Tell: Sunstone Villa
While Conrad didn't tie the knot in Laguna Beach, her "I do" locale wasn't any less stunning than her seaside hometown. The Sunstone Villa is set on a 55-acre vineyard, overlooking the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Tuscan-inspired property is rich in history: It was built from imported limestone from a small village in France, and wood beams and roof tiles come from a 19th century lavender factory, once owned by Queen Victoria.
Kate Bosworth and Michael Polish: The Ranch at Rock Creek
For their 2013 nuptials, Kate Bosworth and Michael Polish whisked their guests away to Philipsburg, Montana, where they partied for three straight days at The Ranch at Rock Creek. The coolest part about a rustic-chic wedding here? After the "I dos," guests can indulge their country side with on-site activities such as horseback riding, fly fishing, and archery.
Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock: Blackberry Farm
The very first American Idol had an all-American wedding at Blackberry Farm in Walland, Tennessee. Sitting at the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, the 4,200-acre estate is equal parts luxurious and country-chic, and can accommodate up to 150 wedding guests and 75 accommodations for a weekend-long romantic retreat.
Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher: Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation
We're not surprised that the country queen headed down south to tie the knot! Carrie Underwood's stunning, secluded wedding venue is set along 30 acres of Georgia's Lake Oconee shoreline and features a lakeside ceremony spot, an elegant ballroom, and a beautiful barn built in the 1820s.
Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello: The Breakers Palm Beach
The Modern Family bombshell married the Magic Mike hunk in November 2015 at The Breakers Resort in Palm Beach, Florida. With a choice of 12 different ceremony and reception locations (including oceanfront outdoor settings and lush lawns) before them, we're sure it was no easy task for Vergara and Manganiello to choose an "I do" space. But ultimately, the pair went with one of the property's stunning ballrooms which they outfitted with a forest's worth of flowers.
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds: Boone Hall Plantation
This private pair have been keeping the majority of their wedding photos under lock and key since tying the knot in September of 2012, but we have no doubts that they're seriously stunning — their wedding venue sure was, after all! Lively and Reynolds wed at Boone Hall, a plantation in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina where Southern charm and beautiful blooms are certainly not in short supply.
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen: Villa Pizzo
This fan-favorite couple jetted to the famous (and celeb-beloved) Lake Como, Italy for the nuptials. There in the chic Italian town, the pair tied the knot at the picturesque Villa Pizzo in September 2013. The property consists of a fairytale villa, lush greenery, and outdoor party spaces with views of the gem-hued lake and jaw-dropping Alps. It's unreal, y'all...
Victoria and David Beckham: Luttrellstown Castle
On July 4th, 1999, Posh Spice and the British soccer superstar wed in the Luttrellstown Castle, a staggering estate that sits just outside of Dublin, Ireland. Yes, a real life castle. You didn't think a woman with the word 'Posh' in her name would have a wedding that was anything but, did you? With the estate's historic castle, a chalet-inspired clubhouse, 12 bedrooms, an extravagant library, Ireland-green lawns, and beautiful ballrooms, the only thing this venue doesn't come with is the Spice Girls, themselves. (Looks like you'll have to find a wedding band on your own.)
Allison Williams and Ricky Van Veen: Brush Creek Ranch
Okay so truth be told, we were more focused on Allison Williams' Oscar de la Renta wedding dress than her "I do" locale, but after managed to tear our eyes away from her gorgeous gown, our jaws dropped at her rustic-chic wedding venue. Williams and her sweetheart wed at Wyoming's Brush Creek Ranch — a 30,000-square-foot ranch that can accommodate up to 150 guests. The coolest part? The property functions as a working cattle ranch, which means tons of fun farm activities for your guests to experience.
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones: The Plaza Hotel
This couple is coming up on 16 years of marriage bliss, but we're still talking about their glamorous wedding at New York City's infamous Plaza Hotel. The NYC luxe locale is a classic for a reason. Countless brides channel Eloise and flock to the iconic building every year for a quintessential New York wedding. And with a grand ballroom that can hold up to 600 guests and Gatsby glam architecture that dates way back to 1921, it's not hard to understand why.
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Vanessa Minnillo and Nick Lachey: Necker Island
What says 'celebrity wedding venue' better than a private island? For their 2011 nuptials, Minnillo and Lachey wed on the private Necker Island — owned by British billionaire Sir Richard Branson. Situated amongst the British Virgin Islands, the sandy shores of Necker Island can host up to 200 wedding guests for nuptials that'll get any beachy bride packing her bags at first glance.
Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman: Ventana Inn & Spa
Hathaway and Shulman headed to Big Sur, California for their big day back in 2012, tying the knot at the Ventana Inn & Spa. The cliffside estate offers epic Pacific Ocean views, a spa for bridal party pampering, gorgeous terraces, canopied arbors, and greenery-surrounded spaces that are unbelievably romantic. Get your wedding hashtag ready because you can expect your guests to post tons stunning sunset snapshots on the 'Gram.
Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson (and more!): San Ysidro Ranch
Clearly a celeb fave, tons of famous duos have been tying the knot at this über-romantic Montecito, California venue since the '30s. Old Hollywood screen siren Vivien Leigh wed Laurence Olivier here in 1940. Victoria's Secret model Lily Aldridge and Kings of Leon musician Caleb Followill had their 2011 ceremony on the property. And it's rumored that Gwyneth Paltrow and her ex-hubby Chris Martin eloped there as well. Finally, Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson celebrated their 2014 nuptials at the luxury ranch. With a Secret Garden vibe thanks to 500 acres of green space, mountain views, and amazing accommodations, we'd follow suit and say "I do" here in a heartbeat!