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While far-flung overseas venues are appealing, having your wedding outside of the country adds a lot more logistical challenges to consider during the planning process. Instead, why not exchange your vows in some of the best destinations that the U.S. has to offer? Read here for inspiration on where those top locations are!
The average couple spends about half of their budget on the wedding venue -- and for good reason! The style and logistics of your big day are largely tied to the venue you choose. But how do you know if you’re getting a fair price? What factors go into pricing a venue?
Researching wedding venues? Make sure you read these seven easy tips before visiting potential locations. Tips include how to get an accurate price quote, when you should visit a venue, and why checking out the bathroom is important!
We're excited to announce that Wedding Spot is going to Wedding MBA in Las Vegas! Come find us at booth #2530.
Our mission from the beginning at Wedding Spot has been to bring transparency and efficiency to the wedding industry. We did this by providing a simple, online platform for our brides to search, price out, and book the venue of their dreams and to help our venues grow by connecting them with the right clients.
From California to New York and Hawaii, 20 venues from each of our top regions are awarded as the best in class venues in their respective regions.
Whether you’re looking for an intimate ceremony away from the bustle of the city or hoping to say your “I do’s” on a tropical shore, a destination wedding is the perfect mix between a traditional nuptial and a romantic getaway.
We are incredibly excited to announce that Wedding Spot is partnering with our good friends at Wanderable to give away a truly dreamy honeymoon in Hawaii!
A destination within a destination, Clos Pegase combines unforgettable architecture, dedication to the land, and the distinctive culture of Napa Valley to deliver a winery that reflects the winery’s philosophy that wine is an art form that should delight, illuminate, and surprise.