50 Weddings Across 50 States That Showcase US Wedding Style

Our editors scoured the country for the prettiest, most representative weddings from each state. From Alabama to Wyoming, and every state in between, we bring you a collection of weddings that are oh-so-local.
by The Knot Editors
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  1. Alabama

    Alabama football field wedding car
    photo by Leslie Hollingsworth Photography

    If you're a University of Alabama fan, you'll love this wedding. Kristen and Adam planned a classic fete right in the middle of Bryant-Denny Stadium, including a dramatic exit across the field. Lush arrangements of white hydrangeas and pink roses were everywhere, with red accents to pay tribute to the couple's alma mater. Leslie Hollingsworth Photography took a shot of our favorite detail: a suprise "flash mob" with the Crimson Cabaret dancers, cheerleaders and Big Al himself!

    From the album: A Classic Wedding at the Zone, Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama 

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Alabama? Click here for our ultimate guide.


  2. Alaska

    Alaska mountains couples portrait
    photo by JordanQuinn Photography

    Inspired by the beauty of the woodlands, mountains and glacier streams, Courtney and John had an organic soiree at Raven Glacier Lodge in Girdwood, Alaska. JordanQuinn Photography caught every detail of the blue and coral color palette, which really popped against the natural surroundings without feeling out of place. Talk about a lesson in contrast.

    From the album: A Natural Rustic Wedding at Raven Glacier Lodge in Girdwood, Alaska

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Alaska? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  3. Arizona

    Arizona wedding cactus bride groom
    photo by Amy & Jordan Photography

    Gloria and Joshua's wedding was full of old-Hollywood glamour and vintage elegance, beautifully photographed by Amy & Jordan Photography. From Gloria's half-sleeve lace wedding dress to her hand-tied ivory bouquet with evergreens and red berries, her style was on point. Succulents in the boutonnieres and a woodsy wedding arch tied in a touch of natural Arizona beauty. You'd never guess this wedding took place in the winter with the gorgeous desert backdrop.

    From the album: A Glam, Vintage-Inspired Winter Wedding at El Chorro in Paradise Valley, Arizona

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Arizona? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  4. Arkansas

    Arkansas barn wedding reception
    photo by Photo Love

    Pratt Place Inn and Barn in Fayetteville, Arkansas, was the perfect setting for Ashley and Jon's rustic fall wedding with vibrant pops of color. Its 140 acres of pastures and woodlands—not to mention the charming guest house and oversize red barn—proved nothing short of stunning. Kaity Whitman of Photo Love captured all the details including the bold, textured florals. "We just wanted them to be colorful, big and look as if they were handpicked," Ashley says. We can't get enough!

    From the album: A Colorful, Rustic Fall Wedding at Pratt Place Inn and Barn in Fayetteville, Arkansas

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Arkansas? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  5. California

    circular ceremony seating with malibu rocky oaks backdrop
    photo by onelove photography

    This awe-inspiring wedding at Malibu Rocky Oaks, beautifully captured by onelove photography, had a setting of mountains and vineyards that can't be replicated. "It had the feeling of a backyard wedding, but the backdrop was out-of-this-world incredible," Christina says of her wedding to Tyrone. Just look at the views behind the reception lounge! We also particularly love the bright red accents that popped against the soft color palette.

    From the album: An Elegant, Romance-Inspired Wedding at Malibu Rocky Oaks Estate Vineyards in Malibu, California

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in California? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  6. Colorado

    Colorado lake wedding beach portrait
    photo by Kerinsa Marie Photography

    Talk about flawless. Bryn and Ben had the ultimate garden-inspired wedding that took chic to a whole new level. With the help of wedding planners at We Tie the Knots and florists from Cori Cook Floral Design, the couple brought the outdoors in for an overgrown look like no other. Photos from Kerinsa Marie Photography highlighted all the neutral-colored accents that were inspired by the perfectly manicured lawns, stunning giant lake and towering Rocky Mountain backdrop of Littleton, Colorado.

    From the album: A Chic Garden-Inspired Wedding at a Private Residence in Littleton, Colorado

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Colorado? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  7. Connecticut

    Connecticut vintage peony wedding flowers
    photo by Vicki + Erik Photographers

    From arrangements of summery peach blooms to vintage accents and hand-lettered signage, Erica and Kenny's wedding was the perfect example of a whimsical, romantic affair. The couple's reception, held at the Gwyn Careg Inn in Pomfret, Connecticut, was decorated with preppy pastels and fresh blooms true to New England style. Vicki + Erik Photographers captured all the beautiful details. We particularly love how impactful even the simplest touches can be if done right.

    From the album: A Whimsical, Vintage-Inspired Garden Wedding at Gwyn Careg Inn in Pomfret, Connecticut

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Connecticut? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  8. Delaware

    Delaware Scottish wedding kilt
    photo by Leslie Barbaro Photography

    We love when couples take a venue and truly make it their own. Catherine and Robert chose to wed at the Brantwyn Estate in Wilmington, Delaware, and Robert's Scottish heritage was incorporated into every detail. All the bouquets, centerpieces and boutonnieres included Scotland's national flower, the thistle, and Robert even donned a custom kilt for the day. Leslie Barbaro Photography showcased this historic Delaware venue—down to the last personalized touch.

    From the album: A Traditional Wedding at Brantwyn Estate in Wilmington, Delaware

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Delaware? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  9. Florida

    Florida beach wedding ceremony
    photo by Creative Imaginations Photography

    Seaside accents were woven through every element of Lindsey and George's wedding, starting with the venue at 'Tween Waters Inn Island Resort & Spa in Captiva Island, Florida. Gold compass wedding favors, a coral-inspired cake topper and seashell table names brought this couple's love of the ocean to life. "The ocean has always been our favorite place," Lindsey says. "There was no question that we wanted to have our wedding near the sea," and Creative Imaginations Photography was there to capture it.

    From the album: A Blush and Gold Nautical Wedding at 'Tween Waters Inn Island Resort & Spa in Captiva Island, Florida

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Florida? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  10. Georgia

    Georgia Peach wedding favor
    photo by Erika Brown Photography

    There's no mistaking this as anything other than a Georgia wedding. Caitlyn and Morgan have been best friends since childhood, and since they grew up in Georgia, their wedding was full of hyper-local details like peach centerpieces, a peach-inspired dinner menu, peach wedding favors and even a peach wedding cake topper! Photos from Erika Brown Photography feature all the peachy details from their wedding at The Walters Barn in Lula, Georgia.

    From the album: A Peach-Inspired Farm Wedding at The Walters Barn in Lula, Georgia

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Georgia? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  11. Hawaii

    Hawaii palm tree wedding ceremony
    photo by ashley goodwin photography

    For their classic Hawaiian celebration in Waialua, Brian and David proved that not all destination weddings have to involve the beach. In fact, the couple ditched a set color scheme and incorporated muted linens, clean lines and plenty of dark wood accents into their day for a look that can best be described as "old Hawaii." Our favorite detail: lush local arrangements made from tropical greens, orchids, ferns and even mini pineapples. Ashley Goodwin Photography was on hand to shoot their elegant day at Dillingham Ranch.

    From the album: An Island Chic Wedding at Dillingham Ranch in Waialua, Hawaii

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Hawaii? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  12. Idaho

    Idaho bride groom porch portrait
    photo by Let It Shine Photography

    "A wedding is a very intimate moment in a couple's life, and I wanted to share that with closer friends and family. Our home just seemed like the most fitting place to do that," Amanda says of her front porch wedding to Chris in Boise, Idaho. Annie Garner from Let It Shine Photography beautifully captured the charming details, including all the DIY projects (read: everything) that added a totally personal, homespun twist.

    From the album: A Charming, Intimate Wedding at a Private Residence in Boise, Idaho

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Idaho? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  13. Illinois

    Illinois staircase wedding portrait
    photo by Ann & Kam Photography and Cinema

    Lauren and Eddie knew they wanted a venue that was a little different than the classic ballroom, but they weren't sure what that looked like—until they saw The Rookery in Chicago, Illinois, with its high glass ceilings, huge staircases and amazing gold details throughout the space. Ann & Kam Photography and Cinema snapped photos of this chic, Chicago-glam soiree complete with local details in celebration of the city they absolutely adore. "I'm from Chicago and love my city dearly," Lauren says. “I knew it would be a part of my wedding theme."

    From the album: A Chic, Formal Wedding at The Rookery in Chicago, Illinois

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Illinois? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  14. Indiana

    Indiana bridal portrait
    photo by Sarah and Rachel Photography

    Bright, punchy florals and bold linens are just two of the many reasons why we love Renee and Nathan's preppy-meets-rustic nuptials in Noblesville, Indiana. The two wed at the picture-pefect Mustard Seed Gardens—a flower-filled space they both immediately fell in love with. "It's one of our favorite Indianapolis venues," Renee says. "The outdoor ceremony area is serene and simple, while the reception space completely fit in with Nathan's barn-loving heart—and I just happened to love it too." Sarah and Rachel Photography was on hand to capture all of the sweet details surrounding the spring celebration.

    From the album: A Rustic Coral Barn Wedding at The Mustard Seed Gardens in Noblesville, Indiana

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Indiana? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  15. Iowa

    Iowa wedding hashtag sign
    photo by Laura Wills Photography

    The Scottish Rite Consistory in Des Moines, Iowa, served as a historic backdrop for Meredith and Steve's wedding. Vintage glam accents included more than 200 pieces of milk glass, gold frames, vanity mirrors, candlesticks and votives, which transformed the venue into a stylish affair—shot by Laura Wills Photography.

    From the album: A Vintage Glam Wedding at the Scottish Rite Consistory in Des Moines, Iowa

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Iowa? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  16. Kansas

    Kansas greenhouse wedding flower crown
    photo by Lindsay J.C. Lack

    Chelcie and Troy's boho garden fete in Manhattan, Kansas, is a colorful feast for the eyes—photographed by Lindsay J.C. Lack. Plenty of sunflowers, worthy of the Kansas namesake, added a vibrant pop of yellow to the pink, purple and green palette. These eccentric artists weren't afraid to embrace the color scheme either, with Troy's bold mandala tie and Chelcie's gorgeous flower crown.

    From the album: A Vibrant Boho Garden Wedding at Flint Hills Discovery Center in Manhattan, Kansas

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Kansas? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  17. Kentucky

    Kentucky paper flower wedding cake topper
    photo by Fyrefly Photography

    Julia and Brian's wedding at Neltner's Farm in Camp Springs, Kentucky, was full of all of the things they love most. Inspired by a vintage farm and animals, everything about this wedding was DIY: the stationery, decor, the farm-to-table dinner and even their colorful, sparkly wedding cake with horse cake toppers. Fyrefly Photography was there to catch all the pretty details.

    From the album: A Whimsical, Vintage Wedding at Neltner's Farm in Camp Springs, Kentucky

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Kentucky? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  18. Louisiana

    Louisiana illustrated wedding invitations
    photo by Maile Lani Photography

    Emily and Avery turned their love of New Orleans into the ultimate city-inspired wedding at a completely unique venue. "The feeling of Race and Religious is undeniably New Orleanian," Emily says of their venue. Maile Lani Photography documented the day, including the DIY pelican, alligator-adorned stationery—which also featured little animals in a brass band—and gold-dipped oysters in the centerpieces. Of course it ended with an all-out party. It doesn't get more New Orleans than that!

    From the album: A Personalized, New Orleans-Inspired Wedding at Race and Religious in New Orleans, Louisiana

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Louisiana? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  19. Maine

    Maine wedding bride groom portrait
    photo by Emily Delamater Photography

    In lieu of a traditional ballroom or hotel space, newlyweds Emily and Kyle instead chose to marry at one seriously cool venue: a working lavender farm. Inspired by the coastal and rustic beauty of Maine, the couple chose an organic, natural aesthetic for the decor, photographed by Emily Delamater Photography. Beach rocks, herbs, sea glass and oysters were incorporated throughout the reception while Michelle Peele of Marianmade Farm created all of the floral arrangements for the affair—using lavender grown on the farm itself.

    From the album: A Rustic, Coastal Wedding at Marianmade Farm in Wiscasset, Maine

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Maine? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  20. Maryland

    Maryland woodland wedding arch
    photo by Mandy Fierens Photography

    ThorpeWood in Thurmont, Maryland, was the perfect spot for Claudia and Sapan's rustic reception following their forest ceremony. This 155-acre mountain retreat was complemented by pops of color and vintage accents, like rustic lanterns, captured by Mandy Fierens Photography. We especially love how guests sat on log benches at the ceremony. Doesn't get more natural than that!

    From the album: A Classic Vintage Forest Wedding at ThorpeWood in Thurmont, Maryland

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Maryland? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  21. Massachusetts

    Massachusetts Fenway Park table number
    photo by Erika Follansbee Photography

    Marisa and Evan got married on the Fourth of July, so they took the all-American theme and ran with it. With a patriotic color palette of navy, dark red and ivory, they turned their wedding into a vintage country fair (yes, you read that right) full of DIY touches, including carnival ticket escort cards, pennant flag table names, popcorn and cotton candy stations, and plenty of games. Erika Follansbee Photography joined them at Publick House Historic Inn in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, to shoot their playful celebration.

    From the album: A Fourth of July Country Fair-Inspired Wedding at Publick House Historic Inn in Sturbridge, Massachusetts

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Massachusetts? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  22. Michigan

    Michigan bridesmaids thistle peony bouquet
    photo by Chelsea Brown Photography

    Joanna and Tom decided to keep things casual for their Ann Arbor wedding. "Our design concept was influenced by the idea of throwing our friends and family a big, carefree bash where they could drink and dance freely, play yard games, smoke cigars and basically just let loose and celebrate." The couple ultimately pulled off a fuss-free fete by making most of the decor themselves using vintage vases, candleholders, plates and lace accents. The one ultra-personal detail we loved most? Just how seamlessly Joanna and Tom combined elements of their Korean heritage with their shared love of good food and strong cocktails. Chelsea Brown Photography was on hand to capture every local detail of their rustic celebration.

    From the album: A DIY Barn Wedding at Misty Farm in Ann Arbor, Michigan

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Michigan? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  23. Minnesota

    Minnesota bride braid wedding hair
    photo by Mackenzie Orth Photography

    Katie and Matt loved how Red Barn Farm in Northfield, Minnesota, felt like home. To complement the venue, the couple chose a retro homespun theme full of textured patterns and bright, lush florals. Mackenzie Orth Photography captured all the personalized details that made Katie and Matt's day feel more like a family gathering and less like a big event, including homemade jam jars as favors for all the guests.

    From the album: A Retro Homespun Wedding at Red Barn Farm in Northfield, Minnesota

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Minnesota? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  24. Mississippi

    Mississippi wedding chapel
    photo by Grace Photography by JL

    Claire and Jonathan wanted a super-intimate wedding in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, that was tailored to them, so they filled the entire celebration with DIY details. The bridesmaids made their own bouquets and everyone enjoyed cupcakes Claire made that morning (talk about a low-key bride). What was our favorite detail? It was Claire's classic wedding dress that she personalized with a beaded sash, button and an antique clasp. Grace Photography by JL photographed the day.

    From the album: A DIY Garden-Style Wedding at a Private Residence in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Mississippi? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  25. Missouri

    Missouri St Louis arches wedding
    photo by Forte Photography & Cinema

    It was all about location, location, location for Sunshine and Marc's scenic St. Louis wedding. "We looked at several places, but once they took us to the rooftop terrace and we saw the view of The Arch and city, we knew it was the one," says Sunshine of the Hyatt Regency. Forte Photography & Cinema snapped every detail of their day—from the vintage-inspired centerpieces down to the light-up dance floor.

    From the album: A Tiffany Blue and Coral Wedding at Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch in St. Louis, Missouri

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Missouri? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  26. Montana

    Montana rustic barn wedding portrait
    photo by Votive Photography

    Rachael and Sean's backyard wedding featured an array of scenic Montana landscapes—from mountain views and lush aspen groves to evergreen forests and wildflower fields. Votive Photography captured all of our favorite rustic touches, including a must-see pheasant feather and bullet boutonniere that the bride made herself.

    From the album: A Rustic DIY Wedding at a Private Residence in Helena, Montana

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Montana? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  27. Nebraska

    Nebraska bride groom walking away
    photo by Mae Small Photography

    Sweeping views and a muted peach and gold color scheme set the scene for Elayna and Brendan's romantic celebration in Fontanelle Hills. Cream lanterns and lush, rose-filled arrangements lent an intimate feel to the space, but it was the chic mint accents that made the decor pop. Mae Small Photography captured all of the sweet details that showcased the natural beauty of the venue.

    From the album: A Simple, Romantic Wedding at A View in Fontenelle Hills in Bellevue, Nebraska

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Nebraska? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  28. Nevada

    Nevada bride groom dock mountains
    photo by Blair Nicole Photography

    As soon as Lissette and Justin laid eyes on Edgewood Tahoe's scenic snowcapped backdrop, they were sold. Wildflowers and DIY wooden details turned the couple's reception into a truly personal affair. So personal, in fact, that the bride took on the task of making their rustic naked wedding cake herself. Blair Nicole Photography was on hand to shoot every cold-weather-inspired detail.

    From the album: A Natural, Rustic Winter Wedding at Edgewood Tahoe in Stateline, Nevada

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Nevada? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  29. New Hampshire

    New Hampshire tent wedding reception
    photo by Kate Preftakes Photography

    After a close family friend opened up their home to Rebecca and Tim for their wedding, the couple made the most of the waterfront venue by complementing the space with a color palette of green and ivory. "We wanted to stay true to the natural beauty and chose elements and colors that would fit within the setting," Rebecca says. Kate Preftakes photographed all of their organic decor, including burlap table runners, hand-painted menus and classic peony-filled arrangements.

    From the album: An Elegant Backyard Wedding at a Private Residence in Hanover, New Hampshire

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in New Hampshire? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  30. New Jersey

    New Jersey barn wedding reception
    photo by Jamie Bodo Photography

    Thanks to lush greenery touches, newlyweds Kristen and Will put the garden back in their Garden State wedding—literally! Chandeliers and hundreds of string lights hung from the beams of their barn reception, resulting in an intimate fete that was as romantic as it was rustic. Jamie Bodo Photography shot the barn wedding, which included a dessert spread you have to see for yourself.

    From the album: A Rustic Wedding at Rodes Barn in Swedesboro, New Jersey

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in New Jersey? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  31. New Mexico

    New Mexico vineyard wedding photography
    photo by Alicia Lucia Photography

    What do you get when you mix European-style architecture, a sprawling winery and Hollywood-inspired details? An Albequerque wedding, shot by Alicia Lucia Photography, that's both old world and glam. One detail we especially love: the bride's white sequined wedding dress.

    From the album: A Glam, Old Hollywood-Inspired Wedding at Casa Rondena Winery in Albuquerque, New Mexico

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in New Mexico? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  32. New York

    New York skyline glam wedding
    photo by Joseph Lin Photography

    Nothing says New York quite like risk-taking fashion, which is why we can't get enough of Tiffany and Derek's luxe hotel wedding photographed by Joseph Lin Photography. What's even more impressive than Tiffany's bold Vera Wang gown is how the couple seamlessly fused Chinese traditions within such a glam, urban setting.

    From the album: A Formal Black Tie Wedding at The Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park in New York City

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in New York? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  33. North Carolina

    North Carolina yellow rose bouquet
    photo by Casey Hendrickson Photography

    Warm pops of yellow—inspired by the bride's unique engagement ring—were present thorughout Jinitza and Brenton's chic outdoor fete at Asbury Park Grove. "I've always adored the color yellow because it signifies sunshine and happiness to me," Jinitza says. Casey Hendrickson Photography shot all the bold details, including punchy calla lily boutonnieres along with one adorable polka dot bow tie.

    From the album: A Yellow and Gray Classic Wedding at Asbury Park Grove in Charlotte, North Carolina

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in North Carolina? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  34. North Dakota

    North Dakota winter bridal party
    photo by Katie Lewis Photography, Inc.

    Inspired by their shared love of New York City and everything Gatsby, Kelsey and Dave braved the cold to plan a glam winter wedding like only true North Dakotans can. Photographed by Katie Lewis, the couple incorporated crystal-draped details (and plenty of pashminas!) for an aesthetic that was the epitome of cold-weather chic.

    From the album: A Chic Winter Wedding at Hotel Donaldson in Fargo, North Dakota

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in North Dakota? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  35. Ohio

    Ohio bohemian wedding flower crown
    photo by Katelyn James Photography

    With no specific color palette or overarching theme in mind, Carlyn and Ben incorporated simple, bohemian details into their day for a homegrown look that was entirely their own. Dried lavender boutonnieres were used in lieu of blooms, while thrifted glassware, suitcases and globes lent an air of vintage flair to the day. Katelyn James Photography joined the pair at their rustic barn venue to capture every moment of their September celebration.

    From the album: A Rustic, Boho-Chic Wedding at The Barn & Gazebo in Salem, Ohio

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Ohio? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  36. Oklahoma

    Oklahoma barn ceremony venue
    photo by Hibben Photography

    Exposed wood beams and industrial metal pipes were just two of many rustic elements that intially drew Laura and Levi to fall in love with Southwind Hills, their wedding venue. Elegant, soft draping and crystal chandeliers were added to glam up the space, while Hibben Photography was on hand to photograph every gilded detail.

    From the album: A Glam Winter Wedding at Southwind Hills in Goldsby, Oklahoma

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Oklahoma? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  37. Oregon

    Oregon bride groom woods portrait
    photo by Amy Fraughton Photography

    Inspired by the bride's love of color and all things floral, Emily and Preston incorporated blooms throughout their wedding day—starting with Emily's statement-making wildflower bouquet. Amy Fraughton shot all of the flower-filled details, including the punchy pink and purple centerpieces along with one must-see wedding cake.

    From the album: A Classic, Garden-Inspired Wedding at Glenn & Viola Walters Cultural Arts Center in Hillsboro, Oregon

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Oregon? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  38. Pennsylvania

    Pennsylvania liberty bell cake topper
    photo by Rachel Pearlman Photography

    Inspired by the city where they met and ultimately fell in love, Charlene and Jarett used plenty of Philadelphia-themed details to bring their classic celebration to life. Rachel Pearlman Photography captured all of the historic-themed touches, including monument escort cards and one unique Liberty Bell cake topper.

    From the album: A Classic Wedding with a Historic Twist at Union Trust in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Pennsylvania? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  39. Rhode Island

    Rhode Island driftwood sailboat escort cards
    photo by MacRamos Photography

    Nautical-themed decor—including navy-and-white-striped linens and a globe guest book—were used to bring Yecelin and Adrian's shared love of the sea to life for their wedding day. The couple's waterfront venue even provided the ultimate backdrop for their ceremony and reception thanks to its impressive ocean views. MacRamos Photography shot their coastal-chic affair at the Ocean Cliff Hotel.

    From the album: An Elegant, Nautical Wedding at the Ocean Cliff Hotel in Newport, Rhode Island

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Rhode Island? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  40. South Carolina

    South Carolina bride groom willow tree
    photo by Aaron and Jillian Photography

    With its Spanish moss–draped oak trees, historic architecture and inviting charm, Charleston, South Carolina, was the perfect locale for Australia-based couple Juliette and Travis to elope. "We had our ceremony under an incredible old oak tree at Magnolia Plantation, the oldest public garden in America," Juliette says of their nuptials shot by Aaron and Jillian Photography. “For us, it was all about finding the perfect oak tree. There was something about standing under a giant tree that had existed for hundreds of years and continued to gracefully grow that really resonated with us."

    From the album: An Ultra-Chic Garden-Inspired Elopement at McCrady's in Charleston, South Carolina

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in South Carolina? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  41. South Dakota

    South Dakota weird wedding cake topper
    photo by Cadey Reisner Weddings

    It didn't take long for Cassi and Mike to settle on the perfect historic locale while planning their wedding at Deadwood's SpringHill Suites. "The town embodies the history of the Wild West and the beautiful scenery of the Black Hills," Cassi explains. A luxe blend of blush blooms and gilded gold accents put a romantic spin on their celebration—all caught on camera by Cadey Reisner Weddings.

    From the album: A Romantic, Gold and Pink Wedding at SpringHill Suites in Deadwood, South Dakota

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in South Dakota? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  42. Tennessee

    Tennessee barn bridal party portrait
    photo by Brittany Conner Photography

    From a barn adorned with dozens of string lights to an abundant amount of lace, pearls and burlap—every detail surrounding Katharine and Marc's wedding was reflective of their Southern style. Brittany Conner photographed all of our favorite details—including a wow-worthy reception space you have to see for yourself.

    From the album: A Rustic Mountain Wedding at The Barn at Chestnut Springs in Sevierville, Tennessee

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Tennessee? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  43. Texas

    Texas flower crown bride groom
    photo by Amber Vickery Photography

    Set against a breathtaking desert backdrop, Anna and Chris celebrated their love in the place where it all began: Big Bend National Park. Photographed by Amber Vickery, the day included a desert-inspired color palette along with plenty of the couple's go-to Texas treats. Because really, what's a wedding without breakfast tacos and spicy margaritas?

    From the album: A Natural, Traditional Wedding at Chisos Mountain Lodge in Big Bend National Park, Texas

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Texas? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  44. Utah

    Utah winter wedding
    photo by Rebekah Westover Photography

    Claire and Nate's snowy Sundance, Utah, celebration was the eptiome of rustic glam—thanks in part to hand-tied flowers and plenty of candlelight. Our favorite detail? Claire's blush wedding dress that was beautifully captured by Rebekah Westover Photography.

    From the album: A Rustic, Elegant Wedding at Sundance Resort in Sundance, Utah

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Utah? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  45. Vermont

    Vermont rustic burlap wedding decor
    photo by J. Harper Photography

    While planning their outdoor Vermont nuptials, Lisa and David looked to their shared hobbies and interests to infuse the space with personal flair. Handmade details, like a lightbulb sign, salvaged apothecary bottles and centerpieces featuring their favorite books, brought an undeniable sense of character to their celebration. J. Harper Photography joined the pair at the Alerin Barn to capture all of the ultra-personal details.

    From the album: A Rustic Summer Wedding at the Alerin Barn in St. Johnsbury, Vermont

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Vermont? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  46. Virginia

    Virginia mismatched gold bridesmaid dresses
    photo by Stephanie Dee Photography

    An elegant color palette of taupe, gold and champagne was used throughout Katie and Joe's fall wedding at the historic Rust Manor House. The result? A chic celebration that was both romantic and glam, beautifully shot by Stephanie Dee Photography.

    From the album: A Classic Fall Wedding at Rust Manor House in Leesburg, Virginia

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Virginia? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  47. Washington

    Washington state bride groom portrait
    photo by Luma Weddings

    For their outdoor wedding at Woodland Meadow Farms, Melissa and Anthony ditched a set color scheme in favor of DIY details—and lots of them. "I personally think that marriage should be the theme, and everything else should match your everyday style," Melissa says of their fete, photographed by Luma Weddings. We especially love that the food-loving couple served homemade wedding cake (complete with a berry coulis topping) as well as their DIY flavored salt bar, which served double-duty as the wedding favors.

    From the album: An Elegant, Rustic Wedding at Woodland Meadow Farms in Snohomish, Washington

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Washington? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  48. West Virginia

    West Virginia bridesmaids sunflower cowboy boots
    photo by The Herrintons

    At first glance, it's easy to see how Mountaineer fans Meredith and Chris incorpoated WVU details into their special day—starting with those bold yellow arrangements. Sunflower bouquets and bright craspedia boutonnieres popped against burlap accents, all photographed by The Herrintons, for an aesthetic that only be described as country casual.

    From the album: A Country Barn Wedding at Herot Hall Farm in Kenna, West Virginia

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in West Virginia? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  49. Wisconsin

    Wisconsin corn fields wedding photography
    photo by Shaunae Teske Photography

    Simplicity was key for Megan and Carson's bohemian-inspired celebration at Givens Farm—an expansive space home to lots of open fields. Shades of blue and ivory were used to complement the natural setting, while Shaunae Teske was on hand to photograph every moment of the day—from the couple's laid-back vow exchange to their vintage book centerpieces.

    From the album: A Natural Wedding with a Vintage Twist at Givens Farm in Hortonville, Wisconsin

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Wisconsin? Click here for our ultimate guide.

  50. Wyoming

    Wyoming wedding guest book table
    photo by Carrie Patterson Photography

    For their nuptials in Wilson, Wyoming, Chutney and Steve knew they wanted a ranch venue complete with a nothing-short-of-impressive barn. Luckily, Snake River Ranch fit the bill. The couple brought their upscale country theme to life using an eclectic mix of antlers, barrels, toy guns and lush, green garlands—all captured by Carrie Patterson Photography.

    From the album: A Chic Upscale Country Wedding at Snake River Ranch in Wilson, Wyoming

    Looking for more info on how to plan a wedding in Wyoming? Click here for our ultimate guide.

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