Hawaii is a lush tropical paradise in our own backyard, and it's the number one wedding destination in the US. The main islands to visit are Oahu, Kauai, Maui, Hawaii and Molokai, each with its own appeal and personality. Oahu is the most populated island and has that “city” feel as you relax on the beach. Kauai is for outdoor adventurers with tons of hiking and biking in the lush rainforest.
Maui is a great combination of both with the rainforest, but there are some big cities with a lot to do. Hawaii, also known as the Big Island, has many world-class resorts and golf courses. Molokai is the least marketed island, so if you're looking for pristine beaches, this is your island.No matter which island you choose, if you're looking for a tropical beach wedding without the hassle of a passport, you can't go wrong with any island in Hawaii. Florida is an excellent destination for weddings due to a number of possibilities.
You can marry crystal blue waters as a backdrop in the Florida Keys or in one of the most popular cities in the world, Miami. There's also Disney World, where you can have a wedding in the shape of a princess.Whether you're looking for a beautiful snow wedding or a rustic mountain wedding with the forest as a backdrop, Colorado is the place for you. If you get married in the winter, there are many ski resorts that can organize your event and, at the same time, allow your guests to spend a fun weekend of skiing or snowboarding. If you get married in spring or summer, you'll have beautiful flower fields and lush green forests that are perfect for the new “forests” themed wedding.Sailing is a great way to see many areas at once without having to unpack.
If you're traveling back and forth to an American city, you don't need a passport (although it's always recommended to leave the country), but there are also great cruises based in the US. You can take a cruise along the California coast or a fall foliage cruise along the east coast of the US and Canada, a Hawaii cruise where you can see all the islands, or the most popular cruise ship in the US., a cruise to Alaska.If you've dreamed of a destination wedding in Hawaii, but sandy beaches aren't exactly your thing, you have to visit Haiku Mill. A former sugar plantation full of old-world elegance, this wedding venue features ornate and carefully selected treasures from around the world and is surrounded by fragrant jasmine and gardenia flowers. The patio opens to the beautiful Hawaiian sky that reminds everyone of the beauty of the island.
We can't beat the charm and uniqueness of the space and we know that your guests will be truly captivated by the romance of the environment.Beautiful locations in the United States, particularly Cedar Lakes Estate in Port Jervis and Blackberry Farm in Walland, Tennessee, offer stunning wedding photos. If you're looking for a nature wedding with mountain views and dedicated wedding teams on hand to help plan your big day, then look no further than Colorado's ski resort and base camp or Alaska's royal suite with panoramic views of its Alaskan Forest.Hook up with Spanish-style luxury at Arizona's Camelback Mountain as your backdrop. This world-class resort offers several venues for weddings and receptions from its 9200-square-foot Alhambra Ballroom to its grand Valencia Ballroom with beveled ceilings and an intimate atmosphere. An elegant Moroccan spa and luxurious rooms and suites make this resort worth splurging on.Couples who want to get married among Sedona's red rocks can choose L'Auberge de Sedona for weddings with up to 150 attendees.
Dedicated wedding specialists can help decide on details whether it's getting married under a hilltop canopy or an ivy-covered gazebo by a stream. The on-site dining and spa options make this property an ideal place to gather with family and friends.San Francisco's Ferry Building is an iconic landmark that makes it an exclusive modern wedding venue. The Grand Hall has high ceilings and more than 6500 square feet of party space while outdoor terraces flank its famous waterfront. With its first-class culinary market on site, your guests will be sure to enjoy an unforgettable dinner.The Trentadue Winery offers couples an ideal wedding experience in California's wine region as well as an incredible backdrop for stunning photos they'll treasure forever.
Outdoor spaces feature old-world Italian decor with vine trees and mature redwoods while pavilions and indoor rooms serve as sheltered spots for any component of your wedding. Couples can even participate in VIP wine tastings as part of their event planning experience.Della Terra is a luxury boutique hotel located near Rocky Mountain National Park so guests will find stunning views in every direction. You can marry outdoors under a natural cedar trellis while an indoor reception space can easily accommodate up to 200 guests with a dance floor space for a full bar and rooftop terrace with two large fireplaces.Finally couples can tie their knot at Garden of Gods National Monument Pikes Peak or at Allen Smith Moss Mountain Farm all offering panoramic views perfect for hosting dream events indoors or outdoors.