Photo of CJ’s off the Square by Amy Nicole Photography
In search of a gorgeous wedding venue that’s perfect for spring’s fabulous weather and beautiful colors? Look no further than WeddingWire’s SpringBook 2014:
For more inspiration, be sure to read the reviews!
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One of the first things you should check off your wedding to-do list is setting the date, obviously, but also finding your venue. Take a look at our favorites from the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, South, West, and Midwest; they’re bound to make your jaw drop!
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Photo by Tarrytown House and Estate
Whether you’re getting married in the fall, winter, spring or summer, you’ll want to choose a venue that will truly shine. Find your inspiration for planning the perfect wedding for any season at one of the following Westchester County venues.
Renaissance Westchester: The newly renovated Red Oak Mansion allows you to bring the outdoors in by offering elegant dining alongside a beautifully landscaped terrace. The secluded property also features walking trails for your guests to enjoy.
Ritz-Carlton, Westchester: Impress your guests at this urban luxury hotel with panoramic views that stretch from Westchester County to New York City and the Long Island Sound.
Lyndhurst: This venue’s rose garden is in full bloom in the summer months. So beautiful for portraits!
Doral Arrowwood: If golf is your favorite summertime activity, check out this venue which has a beautiful course on site.
Tarrytown House and Estate (pictured above): The Hudson Valley is one of the most beautiful places in the country for fall foliage – see it all at this stunning venue.
Doubletree by Hilton Tarrytown: This hotel is close to many of the fall activities and sites in the Hudson Valley, from the The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze to Sleepy Hollow.
Castle Hotel and Spa: Because, really, what could be more romantic than a winter wedding at a castle?
Sheraton Tarrytown: Your guests will love snuggling in front of the grand fireplace at this hotel.
Searching for a wedding venue is all about finding a spot that matches your personality and style. We’ve interviewed hundreds of brides over the years about how they found their wedding sites, and wanted to share a few of them with you to provide some inspiration as you begin your venue hunt.
Photo by Evin Photography
“We chose to have our wedding and reception at my parents’ home because of the beautiful backdrop and landscape that was already present. We wanted an intimate setting with all our close family and friends , so it was absolutely perfect,” -Ashlie, married May 19 in her parents’ backyard in Tennessee. View more photos from this wedding
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Looking for a wedding venue that fits your needs can be one of the trickiest (and unfortunately, stressful) parts of wedding planning. Happily, once you’ve booked your venue, the rest of the planning process will fall into place easily (we promise!). But how do you even start searching for a wedding site? First, you’ll need to pick what venue “style” most suits your personality. Here’s a mini-glossary of wedding venue types to help you get started. And don’t forget to check out our Vendor Reviews to find the perfect wedding locale near you.
Photo by Anna and Spencer Photography
Ballroom: Want a wedding that’s grand, elegant, and formal? There’s nothing like a richly appointed ballroom. Ideal for black-tie weddings with a big guest list, ballrooms (either in hotels or other historic sites), often have in-house catering and rentals to make the planning process a snap. But it’s important to note: When choosing a color scheme for a ballroom wedding, you’ll have to take the room’s permanent fixtures into account – from the carpeting to the chandeliers to the wall color. You wouldn’t want your flowers and other decor to clash with what’s already there.
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