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According to 2018 and 2019 trends, weddings held at ballrooms and huge mansions are all the rage. An indoor wedding venue such as a ballroom or mansion can be the ultimate choice for your nuptials if you would prefer a venue that will not be affected by harsh weather, expensive tents, or early instances of guest exits. The states with the most ballroom weddings and the states with the most mansion weddings are helping to make these types of weddings popular so it is expected that more millennials will opt for unique wedding venues in the future.

Why you Should Consider a Ballroom or Mansion Wedding

The cost of a mansion wedding and the cost of a ballroom wedding are relatively low compared to traditional wedding venues. For instance, since both the venue and the reception will be held in one place, couples do not have to worry about looking for more than one wedding venue or dealing with multiple vendor contracts because these venues often offer all-in-one service for both the ceremony and the reception. Most venues will also supply a professional onsite coordinator to walk the couple through all the little details of their big day. Some more benefits of ballroom and mansion weddings include:

Ballrooms and Mansions are Flexible

With so much already included in a ballroom or mansion package, it may not be necessary to invest heavily in décor. Most of these venues are sophisticated enough that they do not need any additional décor to stand out; you only need to make a few additions to personalize your space. Be sure to ask the ballroom or mansion if they have any special partnerships with local wedding vendors to make your event as perfect as you can.

Unpredictable Weather

Couples that are getting married cannot ignore the possibility of severe weather on their special day. Unlike most rural or garden settings, ballrooms and mansions come equipped with all the amenities such as air conditioning, indoor bathrooms, and ceilings so that your guests can be comfortable throughout your ceremony and reception.

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Tie the Knot on the Florida Coast

Surrounded by endless manicured landscapes, oak canopies, and fragrant orange fields, many of the Southern and Central Florida estates feature a wide variety of settings to host your special event. A few examples are Cypress Grove Estate House, Arundel Estate, Highland Manor, etc.

Make it Official at a California Landmark

You know your wedding will be memorable. Why not make it historic? California is home to Victorian-era mansions that can whisk you back in time even as you take a big leap forward in your life. Some of these historical landmarks feature underground taverns and wine cellars. Set on acres of gardens, expansive green lawns, citrus and olive groves, and ringed by coastal mountains, mansions can host many guests for an indoor or an outdoor event.

Get Swept Away in Santa Fe

According to both wedding and real estate industry news, Santa Fe is the spot to choose if you want to be the star attraction of your wedding and steal the show. For pre-wedding activities and post-ceremony excursions, most of the ranch type mansions offer pools and cabanas, landscaped grounds for quiet strolls, rugged trails for hiking and horseback riding, and 360-degree views of the mountains. Best of all, at the end of most days, your guests will be treated to a magnificent sunset.

Walk Down the Aisle in North Carolina

Picture a Downton Abbey wedding stateside with gorgeous chandeliers, 40-foot ceilings, and dramatic fireplaces —a perfect backdrop for wedding toasts and cake-cutting. Twickenham House and Hall is a private use, destination wedding venue and resort located on 400 pristine acres in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina. In the 4,000-square-foot Twickenham Hall, you and more than 200 guests will be wowed by a sauna and steam room, a playroom for children, and stunning grounds which offer panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Other mansion wedding venues include Ritchie Hill, Champagne Manor, Spark Mansions, Duke Mansion, Cypress Manor, etc.


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