The Best Wedding Locations, Venues And Sites In Birmingham
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Welcome to the fastest growing Birmingham directory of reception halls, wedding locations, wedding venues, and wedding sites. Since the greater Birmingham area has a population of 1.1 million residents, you will find an excellent selection of wedding spots and reception locations. In fact, the Shelby County has a wide selection of both indoor and outdoor wedding venues.
As you begin your wedding site and reception venues search, start in the area closest to your home and then expand outwardly until you find your special wedding location. Keep in mind that each area around Birmingham has a unique atmosphere and flavor. The Vestavia Hills, Alabaster, Mountain Brook, Hueytown, Center Point, Cullman, Pelham, Hoover, Gardendale, Forestdale, Moody, Irondale, Helena have a very different set of wedding venues and reception hall than the Homewood, Bessemer, Trussville, Jasper, Fairfield, Pleasant Grove, Pell City, Leeds, Tarrant, and Clanton areas. By searching neighborhoods outside of where you live, you will have more options for finding that dream wedding venue.
If you prefer a traditional ceremony, you may want to contact your local church to get more information about wedding services. You may also want to contact some of the larger churches in the area like the 16th Street Baptist Church as they usually have more staff to attend to your wedding details. Many Birmingham residents choose to have their wedding reception at a secondary location. This can make for a more unique and interesting wedding event. You may also choose to have your wedding indoors and your wedding reception outdoors. The Birmingham area has an abundance of outdoor wedding locations including several public parks and gardens.
If you would like to add some culture to wedding plan, you can introduce your out-of-town guest to the arts in Birmingham. The Birmingham Ballet, Opera Birmingham, Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Alabama Ballet, Birmingham Concert Chorale and Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival are truly world class attraction that will allow your guests to get to know Birmingham a little better. They may also want to check out the Kelly Ingram Park, Birmingham Museum of Art, Southern Museum of Flight, Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark, Bessemer Hall of History, the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum, McWane Science Center, Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame, and Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park.
After the wedding, be kind and donate your flowers to an Birmingham assisted living facility.
But before you worry about every detail for your guests, you need to locate and book your wedding location and reception hall. Some brides plan years in advance, so it is best to plan ahead and find your dream wedding venue today.