7 Memorable Places Where You Can Exchange Vows in the Midwest
The Little Nell Wedding Deck, Aspen, Colorado
A gondola deposits guests at The Little Nell, perched at 11,200 feet on Aspen Mountain. Believe us, the views down are just as incredible as the ride up.
Washington University, St. Louis
The historic Washington University is a photogenic option (think grand brick archways and towers) in a vibrant Midwest metropolis.
Sonnenalp Resort, Vail, Colorado
Nature lovers should cozy up with a woodsy celebration at the Sonnenalp Resort of Vail overlooking Piney Lake. From the property's deck, guests have a front-row seat for some of the United States' most awe-inspiring scenery.
Plum Brook Country Club, Sandusky, Ohio
Tee off your life together at the upscale yet inviting Plum Brook Country Club, which has a well-maintained 18-hole golf course out back.
St. Josaphat Church, Chicago
Lofty and dramatic, St. Josaphat Church recalls the grand basilicas of Europe. It's large enough for supersize guest lists -- the aisle is 65 feet long. Just think of your entrance!
The College of St. Catherine's Our Lady of Victory Chapel, St. Paul, Minnesota
With colonnaded arches and a barrel-vaulted ceiling that reaches great heights (try 126 feet), Our Lady of Victory feels grandiose and the slightest bit imposing.
Cafe Brauer at Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago
The historic, Prairie-style Cafe Brauer, on the grounds of Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo, boasts amazing views of the city's famous skyline. The Great Hall's architecture is beautiful enough to serve as the main decor for any wedding, and the windowed dome can shine a bounty of light over your event.
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