Wedding Venues


Litchfield Hills

The wide open spaces in this part of Connecticut make for memorable celebrations, says Amy Cagginello, of Amy Champagne Events, in Milford. “The amount of land you have up this way is so unusual,” she says. “You almost forget where you are. Things are done more slowly. It may take longer to get places, but it’s beautiful.”

The wedding of Bonnie Mattern and Eric Herman.

Lakes Region

This tranquil, woodsy New Hampshire area is perfect “for people looking for a natural, outdoor setting that is truly beautiful in any season,” says Emily St. Pierre, owner of Concord’s All the Fuss Events.


Penobscot Bay

“Ocean breezes, harbors, fishermen working right on the wharf, beautiful shops, and delicious food—[this Maine spot] has quintessential charm, but it also has your big-city necessities,” says Amber Small, a planner with Portland-based Sweetest Thing Weddings.



“We’re surrounded by mountains, and the peak fall foliage coupled with the historic properties makes for an amazing escape,” says local event pro Janet Dunnington of this Vermont town. But it’s not only an ideal autumn getaway: “It’s what we call a winter wonderland,” she adds.


Rooms With a View

When it comes to your wedding, it’s all about location, location, location—and stunning vistas, of course. Whatever your style, these city venues are guaranteed crowd-pleasers.