Choosing the venue that you are going to get married at is a hard decision. Does it fit your budget? Is it esthetically what you are looking for? What is included in the price of the venue? Do I need to find all of my vendors? There are so many questions to ask when looking around for the perfect fit. I have put together a list of my favorite venues within the United States. Being a destination wedding photographer, I have the pleasure of shooting at so many unique locations. Here are my favorite wedding venues.
The Swan house has an old-timey elegant and romantic feel. With Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals, you can host up to hundreds of guests here for your wedding.
Old Edwards Inn and Spa sits atop the beautiful southwest plateau of North Carolina’s the Blue Ridge Mountains. The acclaimed European-style resort is perfect for the couple who likes gardens and nature as they are adorned throughout.
Sunstone Winery is a French villa-style venue and winery with a lavender-filled courtyard. This gorgeous venue is perfect for any time of the year and can include lodging.
Kestrel Park is a 100-acre property encompassing a 19th-century English country house, gardens, and stables. Perfect for the couple who wants an intimate and romantic California countryside wedding.
Pippin Hill is the perfect unforgettable winery wedding experience. It was named Best Wedding Venues in America by Brides Magazine. The venue is a one-stop-shop for your ceremony, reception, and dinner.
There are so many more venues within the United States that would host your dream wedding. Let’s talk more about your venue and photography needs!