It’s wedding season. That means it’s the perfect time for you to get a little inspiration for when you ultimately plan your own (i.e., your nuptials, big day, or whatever else you would like to call it). While over a third (35%) of receptions are now outdoor affairs, there are plenty of nice wedding places — inside and out — that will set your day apart and make your wedding truly unique. Here are just a few:
Say “I Do” Inside Of A Yurt
Take a page out of Matthew McConaughey’s book. While the Dallas Buyers Club and True Detective star didn’t get married right inside a yurt, he and his wife, Camila Alves, chose a luxury camping (“glamping”) theme for the reception and overnight after party. Thanks to the new glamorous camping trend, wedding receptions in a camping or outdoor setting can be outdoorsy and sophisticated.
Why Not Propose And Tie The Knot In The Same Place?
It is not altogether uncommon for men and women to propose in a stadium setting. Why not work stadiums into your wedding plans? You can book a stadium for your wedding on an off day — or just a portion of it when a sporting event is taking place. Your wedding will easily stand out among the 2.4 million U.S. weddings that take place every year if you throw the ceremony and/or reception in a stadium setting.
Become “At One With Nature”
Why not embrace nature on your big day? The majority of brides (30%) say they plan their wedding day celebrations in seven to 12 months — and that gives you plenty of time to decide what nature-filled venue best reflects your personality. Brides- and grooms-to-be are getting increasingly creative, tying the knot in caves, on mountainsides, overlooking canyons, or even in zoos and aquariums.
When it comes to nice wedding places and unique wedding places, the sky is the limit. Choose a venue that reflects who you are and makes your big day truly special.