Two Unique Wedding Venues That’ll Wow Your Guests

From a California-inspired venue with major West Coast vibes to an open and airy luxury barn.
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Photograph by Hannah Breidinger

 Couples seeking a change of scenery can step into the California desert at this new wedding venue, which opened in October. Its unique West Coast vibe provides an open, airy feel that’s paired with Palm Springs glamour to lend elegance to the blank-slate space. Co-owners Ben and Christina Elsass created an environment that’s open for personalization but abundant in artsy touches, like wooden benches, neutral stone, or vineyard tables with golden accents that won’t compete with your own decor. Both indoor and outdoor spaces treat up to 200 guests to a boho-industrial experience with exposed beams, concrete floors, and natural light. —Allegra Thatcher

Mojave East, 7202 Main St., Newtown, (513) 967-6972


Photograph courtesy of Stone Valley Meadows

Situated between Cincinnati and Dayton, Stone Valley Meadows offers 13 acres of natural beauty and elegance for your special day. Getting married in a barn has never felt so luxurious, with abundant windows to bathe the space in natural light and a crystal chandelier hanging from the 35-foot-tall ceiling. The space can accommodate up to 280 guests seated in the main hall, with an additional 75 seats in the lounge area. As an added bonus, there’s a vintage Model T on the grounds that can serve as a prop for photos with a touch of old-fashioned charm.  —Kelsey Graham

Stone Valley Meadows, 4914 Robinson Vail Rd., Franklin, (513) 507-0005

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