Beautiful Venues

More than any other part of the wedding, your reception represents your unique personality. Whether you decide upon an elegant evening gala or a festive afternoon soire, an indoor ball or a southern-style outdoor affair, your reception requires careful planning, an abundance of patience and a plethora of time. Here are a few of our favorite venues!

The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina is rich in history. It is America's oldest home. Opened by George Vanderbilit in 1895.  

The Waldorf Astoria is New York City's premier luxury hotel. The hotel has an interesting history. An Astor family feud contributed to the events which actually led to the construction of the original Waldorf-Astoria on Fifth Avenue. The Waldorf Astoria is etched in history as the legendary host to royalty, heads of state, the social elite and entertainment's most famous.

Shutters on the Beach is one of Los Angeles area's top wedding locations. Located in beautiful Santa Monica, the ocean views alone will prove to be most memorable.

The Breakers Hotel & Resort in Palm Beach, Florida hosts more than 100 weddings per year. Also a historic hotel, it was opened on January 16, 1896 by Henry Flagler, an oil, real estate and railroad tycoon, to accommodate travelers on his Florida East Coast Railway.

 Another historic hotel, the The Huntington Spa at The Langham is one of the finest hotels in Southern California. A 100 year old landmark, the hotel is located on 23 acres of rolling manicured grounds just nine miles north of downtown Los Angeles The Langham, Huntington Hotel & Spa Pasadena offers breathtaking views of the San Gabriel Mountains and Los Angeles. A fabulous backdrop for the wedding day of your dreams.

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