there were two things i was certain of when i got engaged
the guy i was going to marry
and that there would be mason jars at my wedding
lots of them
everything else seemed to fall into place
around all the mason jars of course
...and then came baby...



Tuesday, July 6, 2010

think outside the wedding box: unique wedding day locations

{via brian hatton photography}

{queens county farm via the knot}

{queens county farm via the knot}



if you allow yourself to think outside the wedding box, you might just stumble upon a deal. this may require that you be a bit flexible, but it's not as limiting as you think.

just because your reception doesn't take place in a designated wedding hall, doesn't mean it can't be super swanky. and on the flip side, you shouldn't have to pay the big bucks to pull off a down-home wedding.

here is just a short list to get your creative juices flowing. please please PLEASE let me know of any ideas you have. participation is a plus.

* state park/beach {via kris allen photography}
* town library/bookstore {via off beat bride}
* campsite {via snippet and ink}
* farm {via adam and eve}
* small restaurant {via intimate weddings}
* private residence {via orbie pullen}

2 comments:

Lisa said...

My friend just got married at "twelve apostles" in capetown, south africa believe it or not - incredible view and right on the beach! You named all my ideas, plus a few new ones! Great suggestions!

curtis03 Lewis said...

This is such an awesome list of best Destination Wedding locations. I also want to have destination wedding at one of most beautiful San Francisco wedding venues. I wonder if you have list for popular San Francisco venues.