Jen and Laura celebrated their nuptials at Olio, a newly renovated 1912 historic venue just north of Boston. The defining moment of the night had to be when the band started playing Wilson Phillips. EVERYONE joined in – if there is one correct way to enter a lifetime of wedded bliss, it’s gotta be via a sing-a-long!
Like most New York brides, I’ve been wondering how can I have an inexpensive wedding in NYC? I’ve been combing through the big commercial wedding websites for ideas of affordable wedding venues, and I found next to nothing that would fit my budget. Then I found tea houses as an inexpensive NYC wedding venue option!
Cassie and Chris had a classy wedding at a cocktail bar! We love how they leaned into this nontraditional wedding venue. Their theme was black tie, but they had minimal decor since the bar was already oozing with style.
Looking for a nontraditional wedding venue? We started thinking outside the box and put together these unique and unusual ideas for wedding venues, plus tips on how you can find them.
Choosing a wedding venue can be complicated. Costs, location, size, catering rules… What if you also need to make sure that your venue is polyam-friendly?
You’ve got to see NYC’s first and only after-hours walk-in wedding chapel (like Vegas without the Elvis!)
Y’all know we love a fun and campy Vegas elopement. But if you’re elsewhere, say, on the East Coast or in New York City, it’s a long haul over to Vegas for that amazing elopement. But fear not! One of our most fabulous and charismatic wedding officiants, DonnaMarie SanSevero aka The Reverend D, has created the perfect New York after-hours walk-in wedding chapel. And it’s amazing…