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Top 6 Outdoor Wedding Venue Types

There are a number of different types of wedding venues couples can consider for their big day. Some may not even know all their options, or even what they want from the start, but Weddings Lookbook is here to highlight 6 fun, cool, trending outdoor wedding venue types the help many couples who don’t know what they want, but know they want an outdoor venue.


Which one is right for you?


  1. Backyards

Sometimes the simplest outdoor wedding ideas are best. You can have a great outdoor wedding at your home in the backyard. Naturally, you’ll need a yard large enough to comfortably accommodate all of your guests. This is a great option for couples who want to save money on their wedding.


  1. Beaches

The beach is a gorgeous setting for a wedding as it provides a great backdrop for pictures. In most cases, you should be able to fit your who guest list with ease. Just be careful about the dress and shoes you choose with the potential of sand getting everywhere. Also, you want to have a backup plan in the case of bad weather. Try to schedule the ceremony for the sunset to make the most of your surroundings.


  1. Farms

Some people are country at heart. If you and your future spouse enjoy the outdoors and hard work, a farm can be a beautiful setting for your wedding. You will have the gorgeous background of the crops, animals, shed, and silo. Perfect for a bride who feels more comfortable in cowboy boots. If choosing an active farm, be mindful there may be unpleasant smells, especially during the hot, summer months.


  1. Gardens


Look for a gorgeous rose garden or botanical garden to get married at. It’s a gorgeous setting. Plus, there will be plenty for your guests to look at while they are waiting for the ceremony to start. Not to mention, some stunning photos can be obtained utilizing the flowers and other foliage in your foreground and background.


  1. Golf Courses

A golf course or country club will be able to provide a sense of elegance to your wedding. Also, they will likely be able to also host the reception and provide catering. If the weather gets bad, they will have a backup plan ready for you and your guests inside or under a covered porch.


  1. Vineyards

Wine lovers will like the concept of getting married in a vineyard surrounded by grape vines and rolling hills. You’ll have the whole vineyard to yourself for the occasion, and of course, there will plenty of wine on hand for everyone, too.

Outdoor wedding venues generally provide a lot of space. There are a lot of outdoor wedding ideas, so you need to examine the different types of wedding venues to determine which one is right for you. Contact any one of our local wedding venue partners today for more information!