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North Carolina is among the top 10 states when it comes to the number of weddings it’s hosted, with 67,654 couples tying the knot here in 2019. That’s no surprise with such a wide range of possible wedding venues from traditional options to beautiful sandy beaches and mountains.
While Charlotte may not be on the Atlantic, it boasts plenty of great venue choices indoors or out, along with many other reasons to consider getting a ceremony here in the Queen City.
One of the top reasons to get married in Charlotte may be its beautiful venues. This city and surrounding area are jam-packed with enchanting options for accommodating the wedding of your dreams. The Alexander Homestead Inn and Dairy Barn is a top choice as the city’s only all-inclusive Queen Anne Victorian historic wedding venue. The 1903 estate offers facilities and grounds for indoor and outdoor garden weddings, with the property filled with 200-year-old oak trees, creating an especially romantic setting.
The 1932 Barn is a great option too, providing a rustic, elegant barn wedding venue with all-inclusive packages and multiple ceremony sites that include the front of the barn facing an old oak tree. There are plenty of country clubs in and around the city too, with rolling golf course greens, gazebo, gardens. The city’s museums can be a great choice for a unique venue, and they’re accustomed to organizing and hosting large events.
One of the most memorable parts of any wedding celebration is the entertainment at the reception, and you’ll have lots of great options for that too, with wedding singers in Charlotte NC running the gamut with everything from blues to soul artists.
Charlotte boasts a renowned food scene with a wide variety of cuisine styles, and you’ll find plenty of caterers serving everything from southern comfort fares like fried chicken and waffles to BBQ, steaks, seafood, and beyond. For a pre-rehearsal dinner, there’s practically an endless list of options too, from Chima Steakhouse to Bonterra Dining and Wine Room.
If you’d like to enjoy a honeymoon that’s fairly close to your wedding venue, North Carolina has many romantic options, from the Outer Banks with its picturesque lighthouses and soft sandy beaches to the Appalachian mountains with dense forests, cascading waterfalls and sparkling lakes. Both areas bring opportunities for mingling scenic natural wonders with outdoor adventures while hosting a wide variety of accommodation options for honeymooners from charming cabins and cottages to beach houses and luxurious resorts.
If you have guests coming from a long-distance, they’ll be able to fly right to Charlotte as it’s home to Charlotte Douglas International Airport, a major hub for American Airlines making it convenient and often less expensive than other harder to reach destinations. It’s also within a day’s drive of many cities and metro areas, and it hosts a wide range of accommodations for your guests, whether they’re looking for a budget-friendly hotel or something more upscale.