10 Unique Wedding Venues And Ideas For You

After witnessing lots of unique and remarkable wedding, for sure you already got an idea or two in terms of places where wedding reception and ceremonies should or must take place. A good location has a huge effect for the celebration to become more entertaining and exciting, not only for the couple, but for the guests as well.

The below 10 wedding venues idea might expand more your ideas and choices of venue and location. You might find them a bit normal or not that unusual, but then again, it is up to you how to make it more extraordinary. So, here is the list.


Chapel
A chapel wedding is perfect for a small but intimate ceremony. With minimal design and the smell and touch of flowers around, it can surely set the mood of everyone. Chapel wedding is not that expensive too compared to the bigger church weddings. If the wedding is themed to be cozy and comfy, then chapel is a nice choice to complement it.

Where Your Passion Takes You
If you love butterflies and think the butterfly habitat at the local zoo is the perfect place for your wedding, then it never hurts to ask if you can make the magic happen there. If you love fairy tales, you can always go for the Cinderella wedding theme and find a perfect place for it. Even if you just adore the arts and want to get married in your favorite art gallery, you may be able to pull it off with permission, some time and a little judicious planning.

Your choice may require some additional creative strategizing, but it never hurts to explore all the options, especially if it'll make your dreams come true.
Winery
Winery is becoming a trend in terms of wedding venues. Why? the location and the surroundings is a picture or photo friendly. Their picturesque, wine history and lore makes for lively post wedding conversation and the vistas are usually breathtaking. Wineries are also great for vintage themed wedding.

On the Waterfront
Beach wedding is awesome and intimate as well. Anything on the water or with an ocean, lake or river view can be a dramatic and appealing locale for a wedding. A nautical theme offers lots of design opportunities too. There's something about the water that makes festive occasions even more special. Also,ferries, houseboats, dockside  restaurants and parks near or on waterways are among the top choices.


At the Country Club
Country clubs often have lavish facilities that make for spectacular indoor and outdoor wedding celebrations. They can be pricy locations, though, and may have restrictions you'll want to review if you aren't already a club member. If you've got the budget, and a wedding and reception with all the trimmings is your childhood dream, a little country club ambiance may be just what the wedding planner ordered.


In the Hall
No one ever said a wedding had to be fancy to be delightful. If a simple city hall wedding worked for Carrie Bradshaw (of Sex and the City fame), it may work for you too. One nice thing about this approach is that it doesn't take much planning and can be a low-stress option. If you've ever participated in a big wedding, you might find a civil ceremony refreshingly easygoing and the best choice for your temperament and budget.

At a Museum or Historic Building
When you're looking for picturesque or meaningful sites for your wedding, don't forget to check out the historic or cultural buildings in your area. Some of these venues offer great rental discounts and have quaint, impressive or unexpected features that make dynamic photo opportunities, like elaborate entrances or stained-glass windows. If you think all that marble or stone looks too cold, consider it a great neutral background for loads of flowers -- and your wedding party, of course.
To make sure you've covered all the bases, check with your local chamber of commerce for suggestions. Sometimes college buildings and state owned buildings that you wouldn't consider rentable are available for weddings on a limited basis

In a Public or Private Park
For the bride on a budget, planning a wedding and reception in the park can be a beautiful and economical choice. Mother Nature will play a part in making it perfect, though. Horror stories about outdoor weddings gone wrong abound, but no one will argue that when it works, an outdoor wedding has special charm. For a nominal fee in some areas, you can rent a site, often including a covered space with electrical service. If the weather in your area is predictable, this could be the perfect location for you.


In the Garden
Getting married in your own backyard can be a touching tribute to your parents (if you're getting married at the family homestead) and an homage to the gardener in your family. The size of the wedding and potential weather problems are always considerations when dealing with limited outdoor spaces, though. Having to add structural elements, like tents, tables, lighting, chairs and a platform to the property could destroy some of the existing landscaping too. You should also consider issues like parking (you may be able to ask the local police department to block the street for the duration for a nominal fee), and the inconvenience a big gathering may cause the neighbors.

In the Extreme
You love extreme sports or simply a fan of it? Well, extreme locations are perfect for you! For sure you've read about couples who tied the knot scuba diving, skydiving or mountain climbing. Extreme weddings can be news-at-eleven worthy or just exciting and remarkable. Contemplating a bold, themed wedding is a gutsy move, but it could pay dividends. It might turn out to be the event of the season, or just the best weekend outing you've ever had or sponsored. Just make sure the place is safe for you and for every guests or people around you.

"I now pronounce you husband and wife, you may jump all the way down!"

Hope the list above sparked an idea at your mind. Let me know what do you think and I'll be more than happy to talk about it.

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Information Source:
http://tlc.howstuffworks.com/weddings/10-unique-wedding-venues.htm

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"Wedding Couple With Bikes Near Fountain" by meepoohfoto
"Pre Wedding" by arztsamui

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