Thinking of an out of the norm wedding venues for your wedding? You want your guests and love ones to never forget your one-of-a-kind wedding? Consider these unique wedding venues!
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Natural history museums, city museums, air and space museums, and even children’s museums often have spaces to rent after-hours. Museums are also educational wedding venues. Your guest can walk around explore during cocktail hours. You’ll have exhibits as your backdrop which are not only practical and intriguing but the perfect conversation starter for your guests.
Mill City Museum in Minneapolis wedding ceremony
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Former warehouses, monasteries, factories and even airplane hangars can be rented out for your party—like your wedding. These unconventional spaces are like blank canvases that can be decorated to fit almost any theme, not to mention that the addition of flowers and décor creates a beautiful contrast.
Above: Mill City Museum in Minneapolis
Library wedding venue
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Iconic libraries make the perfect backdrop for a sophisticated soiree with beautiful architectural details. If you love literature, you’ll totally fall for the idea of marrying in the midst of some of the world’s best love stories and classic tales.
Above: The George Peabody Library in Baltimore
Antique store wedding venue
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If you love antiques, then you might be sold pretty easily on the idea of an antique-store wedding.
Tree house wedding venue
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You can actually get married in a tree house. This is a great option for a more intimate affair, as these cottages usually hold a smaller number of guests. Talk about taking the woodland wedding theme to new heights!
Make your wedding an unforgettable experience!