Alyeska Resort, Girdwood, Alaska
This rustic ski hill and basecamp provides the perfect natural setting for a wedding in the wilderness. The mountain views are spectacular, and a dedicated wedding team is available to help you plan your big day. The bride and groom can also stay in the hotel's Royal Suite with panoramic views of the Alaskan woodland.
Montelucia Resort & Spa, Scottsdale, Arizona
Get hitched with the stunning Camelback Mountain as your background, and in Spanish-style luxury. This world-class resort offers multiple spots for a wedding and reception, from its 9,200 square feet Alhambra Ballroom to its grand Valencia Ballroom with beveled ceilings and an intimate atmosphere. A posh Moroccan spa and upmarket rooms and suites make this resort worth the splurge.
L’Auberge de Sedona, Sedona, Arizona
Couples who want to tie the knot among the red rocks of Sedona can choose the L’Auberge de Sedona for weddings with up to 150 attendees. Dedicated wedding specialists can help you settle on the details, whether you want to get married under a hilltop canopy or in an ivy-covered creekside gazebo. Dining and spa options on-site make this property an ideal place to gather with family and friends.
Bella Terra Estate, Cabot, Arkansas
The Bella Terra Estate is perfect for couples who want to get married in the Arkansas countryside with the option to wed indoors or out. The property features four rolling acres with two small cabins for guests, as well as 6,000 square feet of heated and cooled space. For the perfect indoor/outdoor day, host a reception inside with the addition of fire pits and lawn games for guests who want to enjoy the fresh country air.
P. Allen Smith Moss Mountain Farm, Roland, Arkansas
Nature-lovers and anthophiles should consider the Moss Mountain Farm in Arkansas for the celebration of a lifetime. This 650-acre estate is home to orchards, manicured terraces and gardens with plenty of sheltered spaces for the party you're planning. Fully curated and managed events can be as intimate or as big as you prefer.
The Ferry Building, San Francisco, California
San Francisco's Ferry Building is a one-of-a-kind venue and an iconic landmark that makes for a hip, exclusive wedding venue. The Grand Hall features a soaring ceiling and over 6,500 square feet of party space, and outdoor terraces flank the city's famous waterfront. With a world-class culinary marketplace on-site, decadent dining for your guests is an inevitability.
Trentadue Winery, Geyserville, California
Trentadue Winery provides the perfect wine country wedding experience, as well as the ultimate backdrop for stunning photos you'll treasure forever. Outdoor spaces feature old-world Italian decor with vine arbors and matured redwood trees, yet indoor pavilions and rooms serve as sheltered spots for any component of your nuptials. Couples can even take part in a VIP wine tasting as part of their event planning experience.
Della Terra Mountain Chateau, Estes Park, Colorado
Della Terra is a luxury boutique hotel and wedding venue located near the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, which is why guests will find breathtaking views in every direction. You can get married outdoors under a natural cedar vineyard trellis, while an indoor reception space can easily accommodate up to 200 guests with a dance floor, room for a full bar, and an upstairs terrace with two large fireplaces.
Garden of the Gods Resort, Colorado Springs, Colorado
This resort and wedding venue offers sweeping panoramas of the Garden of the Gods National Landmark, Pikes Peak, as well as the perfect place to host a dream event. Indoor event space with seating for up to 220 is available, yet the outdoor South Lawn with space for 20 boasts incredible views of the mountains and valley below. Guests can book suites, cottages and casitas for the big day, yet the Lodge Garden of the Gods Suite, with its phenomenal views, should go to the happy couple.
The Little Nell, Aspen, Colorado
The Little Nell of Aspen, Colorado is the only five-star hotel in the village, as well as a top destination for couples who want to exchange their vows in the mountains. Your pictures will be almost unbelievable, and up to 500 guests can attend. The property itself also features 92 guest rooms and suites, 20,000 bottles of wine and gourmet catering options, so it's perfect for the multi-day party of a lifetime.
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, Miami, Florida
Miami's Vizcaya Museum & Gardens harkens back to a time gone by with its 10 acres of formal gardens, a mangrove shoreline, and Italian gothic flair. Weddings here are mystical and magical, and the views are out of this world. The venue's East Terrace, with its delightful spot along Biscayne Bay, can accommodate up to 300 seated guests.
The Breakers Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Florida
The Breakers is a historic beachfront resort with grand spaces for grand events, including your dream wedding. With a story that dates back to 1896, this property features a range of venues for 50 to 500 guests including outdoor courtyards, oceanfront lawns, and enormous ballrooms with crystal chandeliers and no detail spared. Room options abound for the couple and their guests, including a 1,700 square feet Imperial Suite with a personal concierge.
Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa, Hawaii
The island of Kauai has no shortage of beautiful scenery, but the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa boasts some of the best spots for a wedding and reception. Venues on the property include several gardens, an exclusive terrace, and an oceanfront lawn with expansive views of the Pacific. The gardens throughout the property are lush and inviting with water features galore.
Brundage Mountain Resort, McCall, Idaho
McCall, Idaho is beautiful and romantic with picturesque views in every direction thanks to its location near the Cuddy Mountain in the Payette National Forest. The Brundage Mountain Resort lets you take advantage of the scenery any time of the year with mountain top weddings and plaza receptions. Old buildings and barns dot the landscape, letting you utilize unique photo backgrounds for your big day.
Adler Planetarium, Chicago, Illinois
Chicago's Adler Planetarium lets couples get married beneath the stars while offering a combination of both the city skyline and science on your special day. Lighting and look upgrades are available, as are space theater shows that can introduce your guests to the galaxy. The on-site event and catering teams can help you plan every detail, from the delicate bites served at your reception to the after-party.
Ritz Charles, Carmel, Indiana
The Barn on Walnut Hill is one of the exclusive wedding barns of Maine, and it's available for events from May through November. Outdoor enthusiasts will love the wood sanctuary site for the ceremony, as well as the granite patio for an outdoor cocktail reception. Consider booking this modern barn if you envision a dream wedding with towering pines and flowers everywhere.
Barn on Walnut Hill, North Yarmouth, Maine
The Barn on Walnut Hill is one of the exclusive wedding barns of Maine, and it's available for events from May through November. Outdoor enthusiasts will love the wooded sanctuary site for the ceremony, as well as the granite patio for an outdoor cocktail reception. Consider booking this modern barn if you envision a dream wedding with towering pines and flowers everywhere.
George Peabody Library, Baltimore, Maryland
Picture your wedding in a multi-storied library with thousands of books and gorgeous metal railings as your backdrop. The George Peabody Library may be utilitarian by day, but it transforms into an enormous venue for prestigious events — including upscale weddings — by night.
Gramercy Mansion, Stevenson, Maryland
Maryland's Gramercy Mansion features eleven elegant bed & breakfast rooms and suites, its own organic farm, and beautifully-landscaped gardens perfect for the wedding of your dreams. You can tie the knot in the mansion itself or the stunning Carriage House with its bistro lights and posh outdoor courtyard. All-inclusive wedding packages are available for unions of every kind, with on-site bed-and-breakfast lodging, the event space and time, a cocktail reception, gourmet breakfast, and more.
Grand Hotel, Mackinac Island, Michigan
Mackinac Island is a vacation destination that is ideal for couples who want to celebrate their big day, and the Grand Hotel is an excellent choice. Couples can get married here on the longest porch in the world, which sits along a sprawling lawn perfect for yard games or afternoon tea. The history and tradition of the Grand Hotel dates back to 1887, and the stunning scenery will create an event your guests will never forget.
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Art lovers seeking a classic wedding should check out the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis due to its unique indoor and outdoor ceremony spaces with the twin cities sparkling in the background. Huge ballrooms can be transformed to your liking with eclectic, artsy decor or a more traditional vibe.
Cedar Lake Cellars, Wright City, Missouri
Cedar Lake Cellars sits on 400 picturesque acres with premium lakeside event space and multiple venue options. You can get hitched in a gorgeous Barrel Room with seating space for up to 350, or in a rustic red barn with indoor and outdoor space. Either way, your perfect day will take place on your own private lake, and with everything you could want and need, including catering, on-site.
Dogwood Canyon Nature Preserve, Lampe, Missouri
Dogwood Canyon boasts a convenient location near Branson, Missouri, but you'll still feel like you're a world away. This stunning nature preserve features five wedding venues to choose from across 10,000 acres, each of which offers unforgettable views of waterfalls, cliffs, canyons, gardens, or greenery.
The Ranch at Rock Creek, Philipsburg, Montana
This five-star luxury ranch boasts an exclusive spot within ten square miles of rolling forests and valleys with a river and endless options for a one-of-a-kind wedding. Weddings are all-inclusive with a property buyout for up to 75 guests, and vows can take place in a field with a flowing river backdrop, next to rolling green hills, or among the trees in the forest.
The Cloth Mill at Eno River, Hillsborough, North Carolina
The Cloth Mill promises urban chic weddings in a warehouse setting with exposed brick and original wood beams. Couples can exchange vows indoors or out with an industrial vibe that appears to be right out of a magazine. The Cloth Mill lets you plan your forever in a space that's as unique and authentic as your love story.
Biltmore Estate, Asheville, North Carolina
The historic Biltmore Estate promises a venue that can help your wedding become timeless, elegant, and bold. The mansion itself provides the perfect backdrop for photos and for your big event, and the location boasts multiple venues including a conservatory, gardens, a rustic barn, and inns.
Loch Lyme Lodge, Lyme, New Hampshire
New Hampshire's Loch Lyme Lodge offers aspirational country weddings along a secluded lake. The property itself features 20 rustic cabins for guests, which are perfectly spaced among 120 acres of fields and woods with natural scenery on display. Your guests can watch you tie the knot in the woods or next to a pristine waterway, and wedding tents are available for the after party of your dreams.
Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Four Seasons weddings are supposed to be luxurious, yet the Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado in New Mexico can add a touch of elegance and natural beauty to your affair. This resort sits on 57 gorgeous and unspoiled acres with mountain views in every direction. Get married outdoors on a rustic terrace or on a poolside lawn, or within one of the hotel's famous ballrooms.
Oheka Castle, Huntington, New York
Oheka Castle is a Gold Coast mansion that oozes European charm and grandeur. Guests can get married within a grand ballroom, a stunning terrace room, or several outdoor lawn spaces, all of which can be expertly decorated with flowers and decor of your liking. You can even upgrade your dream day with a horse drawn carriage for photos your family and friends will envy.
Tribeca Rooftop, New York, New York
New York's Tribeca neighborhood is home to the Tribeca Rooftop, an industrial event venue with an enormous glass atrium and plenty of outdoor space. You can get married on an expansive terrace with sweeping skyline views, or within a 15,000 sq ft interior event space that can be reimagined with flowers or decor that suit your style best.
Bellagio, Las Vegas, Nevada
With its 2,000 Dale Chihuly glass flowers on the lobby ceiling, enormous flora-filled conservatory, and prime location on the strip, the Bellagio is the place for an over-the-top Vegas wedding. Whether you say "I do" on the outdoor Terrazza di Sogno or inside at the resort's private chapel, be sure to have photos taken by the famous dancing fountains.
Timberline Lodge, Mt. Hood, Oregon
Timberline Lodge may be a retreat for skiing and snowboarding, yet its wedding venues exudes luxury and romance. Vows can be exchanged on a scenic patio with mountain views, in a grand hall, or in an amphitheater, with or without the snow depending on the time of year. Either way, your dream day will take place in a setting that is both natural and enchanting.
Camelback Resort, Tannersville, Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains are home to Camelback Resort, an exceptional venue for weddings and other events. Say "I do" on a mountainside terrace with unbelievable views of valleys and lush greenery in every direction, then enjoy a celebration you'll never forget within a grand ballroom fit for kings and queens.
Graystone Quarry, Franklin, Tennessee
Graystone Quarry is a spectacular private event space set among 138 pristine acres just south of Nashville. A hillside pavilion made of local quarry stone provides an idyllic place to pledge forever, while an enormous gathering hall with wooden ceilings serves as a refined yet rustic venue for the most important party of your life.
The LINE, Austin, Texas
The LINE is a popular boutique hotel known for its fine suites and urban vibe, but it also serves as a splurge-worthy venue for the downtown Austin wedding of your dreams. With stunning views of Town lake, couples can plan celebrations large and small in the exclusive Topaz Ballroom or the Onyx Ballroom, known for its floor to ceiling windows and natural light.
Amangiri, Canyon Point, Utah
Amangiri is a luxury resort within the heart of red-rock country, and it has claimed 600 acres of desert landscape complete with ridges, gorges, canyons and spectacular scenery. You can get married here with nature as your backdrop, and with 360-degree views of magical and mysterious landscapes in every direction.
Sundance Resort, Park City, Utah
Park City's Sundance Resort offers an array of indoor and outdoor venues, from its luxurious grand hall to a rustic log cabin, both of which boast spellbinding mountain scenery. Towering pines provide a natural setting for your nuptials or treasured photos, and wedding attendees, including the bride and groom, can choose lodging options that range from private homes to eclectic rooms and suites.
Luray Caverns, Luray, Virginia
Getting married at a U.S. Natural Landmark may sound enticing, but the Luray Caverns offer beauty and wonder along with exclusivity. The bride and groom can pledge their vows with stalactites and stalagmites as their backdrop, and all within the largest cave system in the eastern United States. Natural colors and elements will turn your wedding photos into a piece of art you'll treasure forever.
Waybury Inn, Middlebury, Vermont
The Waybury Inn is a historic landmark of Middlebury that dates back to just 19 years after Vermont became a state. As a result, weddings here are rustic and picturesque with old world charm. Gardens with flowers and lush plants provide natural beauty, and the inn itself serves as a beautiful, tranquil setting that exudes sophistication.
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C
Washington D.C. has no shortage of historic wedding venues to choose from, yet the National Museum of Women in the Arts offers an exceptionally scenic and elegant place to host your big day. A great hall with a second-level mezzanine is perfect for dinner, dancing and celebrating, and the adjoining ballroom offers ornate features like three crystal chandeliers.
TreeHouse Point, Fall City, Washington
Booking your wedding at TreeHouse Point gives you the exclusive use of a four-acre fairytale forest complete with — you guessed it — a collection of treehouses. The property is brimming with natural scenery for your vows and photoshoot, with lush greenery, a river, and towering trees from end to end.
Woodinville Lavender, Redmond, Washington
Woodinville Lavender is an outdoor wedding and reception venue that was practically made for your Instagram account. Award-winning lavender gardens provide a fragrant and alluring place for photos or your vows. You can also plan your celebration on the farm terrace patio or in the ceremony greenhouse, both of which feature sweeping views of the lavender gardens and the Sammamish Valley.
Enchanted Barn, Hillsdale, Wisconsin
The Enchanted Barn is from the 1800's with rustic elements that create a magical and authentic experience among the rolling hills of Wisconsin. Your big day can be celebrated indoors or out, and features like a heated hayloft and seating in the milking parlor can make a winter wedding extra special and unique.
Brush Creek Ranch, Saratoga, Wyoming
This all-inclusive luxury ranch lets couples wed on 30,000 acres of ranch land complete with a horse-drawn carriage arrival and departure for the bride and groom. You can exchange vows in a historic Cowboy Chapel that dates back to 1934 then enjoy the property's renowned culinary program within several dining venues including a barn, a great room, or a saloon.