Getting married in a castle might seem like a dream come true, but for some lucky brides it’s a reality. Whether you’re fortunate enough to explore this possibility, or you love to window shop, it’s still fun to hear about fabulous wedding locations regardless of the venue.
Thornwood Castle in Lakewood, Washington is one of the most breathtaking “wedding reception halls” in the U.S. This castle offers wedding facilities as well as a bed and breakfast on the property to ensure that you and your hubby as well as your guests have a place to stay.
Another lovely and rather large venue that’s ideal for a massive wedding and big wedding reception is the famous Hearst Castle, which is located in San Simeon. The only catch with this venue, which is more of a perk, is that your guests are required to take an educational tour of the property.
The Castle Inn Riverside, which is situated on the banks of the Little Arkansas River in Kansas is a site to be seen. If the multiple Jacuzzi suites don’t entice you to have your wedding here, or at least make a visit, then the 700-year-old Grecian fireplace or 275-year-old staircase will.
The youngest of all castles in the United States, which was built in 1999 as a private estate, is the Louisiana Castle. If you have your wedding at this venue you won’t have to worry about providing your own wedding reception supplies because chances are they’ve got it covered. It was sold and renovated with the intention of utilizing the space for the sole purpose of weddings. This castle offers a spa, pond, ballroom, garden with a sound system, as well as suites for the newlyweds and their guests.