Formerly a pioneer's homestead, the 1,000-acre Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch offers unbeatable views (the Sawtooth Mountains are practically in the backyard), first-rate cuisine (such as pan-roasted duck breast), and a wide range of activities for guests staying over (including mountain biking and trout fishing).
Who wouldn't want to get married in Montecito, Santa Barbara's rich older sister? (Even Oprah, who could live anywhere, chose this coastal beauty.) Our Lady of Mount Carmel, an adobe Catholic church built more than 150 years ago, is a lovely traditional setting in this exclusive enclave.
The Beaux-Arts San Francisco City Hall has a huge domed rotunda and stretches two city blocks. Expect an intimate vow exchange, followed by a major photo session on the grand staircase, in front of the stately columns, or maybe even next to a passing cable car.
If "Mad Men" filmed a season in Asia, it would probably look a lot like The Parker Palm Springs, where the decor is midcentury modern with an exotic twist. Whether they're on the croquet lawn or in the airy ballroom, weddings here are rockin' bouts of style and sass.
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