Top 10 Places to Tie the Knot

As we all know, one of the most important aspects of a wedding is the location. It should be aesthetically pleasing, it should radiate romance, and it should also be a place that family and friends actually want to travel to. With that being said, we understand the pressure this puts on the bride and groom to find the perfect place to say their vows.  To help with the selection process for our brides-to-be, we compiled a list of our ten favorite places in the United States to get married.


Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona


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The Grand Canyon provides 277 miles of breath taking scenery; great for a small ceremony or even just a bride and groom photo shoot.


Central Park, New York


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As the most visited urban park in the United States, picturesque Central Park is perfect for perpetual city lovers.


Pigeon Forge, Tennessee


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Situated five miles north of the Great Smoky Mountains, Pigeon Forge is a quaint yet scenic locale to say, “I do.”


Aman Resorts, Utah


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To say that the scenery at Aman Resorts in Canyon Point, Utah is awe-inspiring is an understatement. Just one look at a photo is enough to have anyone convinced.


Asbury Park, New Jersey


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Located along New Jersey’s central coast, Asbury Park is a great option for those considering a shore point wedding.


Redwood Forest, California


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The Redwood National and State Parks are home to the tallest tree species on earth, making them the ideal nature lovers’ wedding location.


Old San Juan, Puerto Rico


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For those who love history, Old San Juan in Puerto Rico is a National Historic Landmark District with charming scenery and lively culture.


Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania


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The Pocono Mountains are full of gorgeous mountain views and tons of recreational activities for more adventurous couples.


Valley of Fire, Las Vegas


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A National Natural Landmark, Valley of Fire State Park will surround the bride and groom in striking landscapes and vividly colored walls.


Bartram’s Garden, Pennsylvania


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The oldest surviving botanical garden in North American, Bartram’s Garden can provide a charming, whimsical atmosphere for the big day.


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