Best places in the US for destination weddings

Dunton Hot Springs, Dolores, Colorado

There's a reason Emily in Paris actor Lily Collins, daughter of Phil Collins, picked this US woods wedding location. Dunton is a former mining village across from Telluride, Colorado.

Devil's Thumb Ranch, Tabernash, Colorado

Vision boards feature this wedding site. The team strives to provide visitors and couples with authentic Colorado hospitality, including local dining, luxury ranch housing, and wood arch ceremonies.

The Little Nell, Aspen

The Little Nell, the state's most popular wedding location, with a distinctive layout and stunning Elk Mountain Range vistas. A solitary Wedding Deck lets you exchange your vows at 11,200 feet.

Viceroy Snowmass

The Viceroy, situated in the town center, can seat up to 280 guests in a ballroom, outdoor lawn, terrace, and more, making it a great choice for ski-in, ski-out weddings.

The Chanler at Cliff Walk

The Chanler hotel, the first house on Cliff Walk, provides a seaside ceremony (sans sand) and a tented reception in its Japanese gardens with food by the highly renowned Spiced Pear restaurant.

Cliff House, Cape Neddick, Maine

Intimately situated against the Atlantic Ocean, this magnificent setting will evoke passion and amazement as couples exchange vows on the end of the earth. (Or a cruise with magnificent views of Maine's rocky coastline.)

The Vanderbilt, Auberge Resorts Collection, Newport, Rhode Island

The Vanderbilt family bequeathed this 1908 Georgian Revival home to the city, which has antiques, armoires, and vintage textiles.

Hidden Pond

This home exudes New England elegance. The award-winning Earth at Hidden Pond restaurant is a New England culinary destination. Maine summers are great for swimming, sailing, kayaking, and touring wildlife preserves.