Hosting a wedding in your backyard provides a variety of options with a flexible budget.
Bright sun, palm trees, warm beaches and a diverse mix of cultures make Miami an exciting and popular wedding destination. From the lush grounds of Miami mansions and gardens to yachts that will whisk you away for a ceremony on a private island, this warm paradise is a premiere location for a romantic wedding.
For a wedding infused with a touch of style and glamour, head to Los Angeles. From upscale and lavish spaces to historic movie theaters, and quiet and enchanting groves, the “Entertainment Capital of the World” has the perfect venue for your California wedding.
Located on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan, Chicago makes a perfect destination for your wedding. From elegant and lavish ballrooms to luxury yacht cruises, the wedding sites in the “Windy City” can accommodate any sized wedding, from intimate occasions to grand ones. Chicago is home to everything from amazing shopping, dining, and nightlife, to some of the most beautiful venues for wedding ceremonies and receptions. Chicago’s central location makes it easily accessible from anywhere in the U.S. and that makes traveling to your wedding very convenient!
Congratulations! So, you’re getting married. Did you know the average wedding costs between $25,000 and $30,000? The things you could do with that money. An eco-friendly nuptial event can be cheaper and better for the planet. So, what better way to start your journey together, then an environmentally-friendly wedding and reception party in Atlanta, Georgia. Have a planet-conscious party for your special day and your children will thank you one day. To get you started, here are some ideas to incorporate for your planet-friendly wedding and reception in the Peachtree State.
More than just the latest trend, environmentally conscious meetings, receptions, conferences, weddings, seminars, retreats, birthday parties, bar mitzvahs and anniversary parties make good business sense. According to TheGreenGuide, municipal composting, green design, a high percentage of renewable energy and a high use of public transportation propelled San Francisco into the top 25 green cities in the US in 2006, and the top ten in 2005!