Destination weddings are becoming more popular as many couples want to reduce the stress of a large wedding and opt out for a more relaxed small wedding with close loved ones. When you think of having a destination wedding you may think of Paris or Greece, but there are just as many beautiful destinations right here in the U.S. Hawaii, California, and Florida are some of the more obvious choices that everyone considers, but today we are going to show you a few locations in states that you might not think of, but are still just as breathtaking.
The rolling hills of Tennessee provide the perfect backdrop for any wedding, especially at the Blackberry Farms in Walland TN.
Colorado has a ton of small mountain towns offering stunning views for a wedding during any season. The venues shown below are in Allenspark, Telluride, and Aspen CO.
Known for its cuisine, music, and annual celebrations and festivals, New Orleans is an excellent choice if you want to have a fun and unique wedding. Built in the 1830s, Race + Religious is a venue that will add a lot of charm to your big day.
Both of these locations are in New York, but the two couldn’t be more different. One will whisk you away for your dream fairy tale wedding at the Boldt Castle in Alexandria Bay and the other captures a more chic and modern style in the hustle and bustle of New York City.
Arkansas doesn’t really scream destination wedding location, but you may change your mind when you see the beautiful Thorncrown Chapel in Eureka Springs.