(Closed) Planning an out-of-state wedding.

posted 5 years ago in Venue
Post # 2
3323 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2017

Google! Look up ‘wedding venues mytown ‘. Look up photographers in your area, and check out some of the places they shot for couples.

instagram I’ve also found helpful ‘mytown wedding’ (and different variants). if no prices listed, email them! 

Also consider unconventional venues; restaurants, museums, art gallerie, breweries/distillery, park for ceremony + other place for reception.

you just have to do a bit more planning up front. Once you get a few places you like that are in budget you can plan a trip home. Helpful if you combine with another trip (holiday/birthday) or other wedding stuff (catering, dresses)

Post # 3
2501 posts
Sugar bee

Google, look a venue revommendations and reviews on The Knot (in fact they have some sort of free concierge service that you can tell them your location and budget and they’ll send you venue recommendations). Eventually, once you have a list of a few different possibilities, you’ll have to go visit venues. Theres only so much you can tell from a website. So you need to put a weekend on the calendar that you and Fiance make the trip back to visit venues. 

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