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Government-owned, private property, and unique spaces offer individuals wider choices of possible wedding venues.
City parks, state parks sometimes contain gazebos or historical buildings that can add charm and beauty. Some courthouses have extra space just for weddings and can accommodate more than six people.
Community centers offer more extensive rooms and sometimes have kitchens onsite that can be used to help out.
Private estates, backyards, and vineyards may offer unique beauty. Airbnb rentals, peer space co-working locations, and vacation rentals expand a couple’s choices. Fully disclose to these locations that space is being used to host a wedding as there are legal and or insurance aspects for them to consider. Wide-open fields cater to different feels, themes, and can be an excellent cost-saving location with permission.
Museums and art galleries offer beautiful architecture or backdrops. Aquariums, zoos, and botanical gardens may be open to hosting weddings as well. Theaters, libraries, and schools have extra space with different photo opportunities that a couple may not otherwise have considered.