Unique and Creative Wedding Venues
Here at Weddingful, we explore some pretty unique places to tie the knot. Here’s a look at few of the most creative and unique ones that we’ve come across. If you’re looking for an unconventional venue for throwing a wedding party, let these photos inspire your wildest dreams!
P.S.: If you’re stuck when it comes to planning the logistics, Weddingful can help. Our online planner is free, and it’s designed to match you with vendors – from photographers to planners to cake artists – who fit your location, budget, and style.
It’s not everyday you dine with the dinosaurs. For a unique wedding setting that whisks you across the boundaries of space and time, look to a Natural History or Science museum, where you can always expect the unexpected.
Tiny Beach Hut
For a beach wedding that enjoys all the comforts of a dining room, this beach hut is perfect. Designed for an intimate wedding party of six, a quiet wedding dinner under this lacy canopy could be nothing but heavenly.
Even without a roof, this decrepit place holds its own sense of sanctity and intimacy in its moss covered, crumbing walls, offering a hint of the magical and surreal with glowing candles lining the wedding aisle.
As close to the beer as it gets, this brewery warehouse wedding is bound to be a fun event! The industrial atmosphere gets a cozy touch from the warm wooden decor and glowing candlesticks.
Folk, indie, and boho weddings are often held in some form of tent, but few enjoy the spaciousness of this enormous teepee-shaped tent construction, big enough to house a whole village underneath.
Rug and Carpet Warehouse
For a colourful, eclectic wedding, Philadelphians need look no further than the festive Material Culture venue, a warehouse filled with exotic prints, mismatched patterns, and a highly sensory, one-of-a-kind ambience.
Photography by Maria Mack Photography
There’s nothing traditional about getting married in this church! You’re looking at the spacious, towering interior of the Cathedral of Christ the Light in Oakland, California.
Many weddings take place at banquet halls and mansions, but if you’re looking for something a bit more modern and unconventional, an aircraft museum provides a wide open, spacious, and visually interesting space for a wedding, like this wedding at the Oakland Aviation Museum.
Celebrating a marriage to a grade school or high school sweetheart? Bet you didn’t think of hosting your wedding at the local elementary school. This budget-friendly option tells a sweet story about childhood love, and it also provides a friendly and familiar place for your guests to bring their children, hassle-free.
The Desert Wilderness
Some like large ceremonies full of friends and family, while some prefer to elope. This couple tied the knot in the desert wilderness, with the cacti and the sand standing witness. The Joshua Tree hanging over the couple adds extra hidden meaning to the occasion.
Vintage weddings looking for their perfect venue will definitely hit the jackpot in an antique store! Absolutely full of vintage everything, this antique store wedding instills an eclectic, charming, and festive atmosphere.
Wineries often get booked far in advance of the summer season, as brides and grooms love the natural, timeless, and upscale elements of a winery wedding. However, a wine cellar wedding adds a whole new dimension with an intimate space, rough textures, and low, romantic lighting.
If you’re stuck when it comes to planning the logistics, Weddingful can help. Our online planner is free, and it’s designed to match you with vendors – from photographers to planners to cake artists – who fit your location, budget, and style.