11 Stunning Churches and Chapels for a Traditional Wedding
If you're more of a traditional bride, tie the knot in any of these stunning chapels and churches for a sacred ceremony you'll never forget.
Thatcher's Outdoor Chapel
For a ceremony your guests will remember, consider Thatcher's Outdoor Chapel. The nondenominational chapel provides magnificent views of the Ojai Valley, where the simplest touches from your wedding theme will be enough.
St. John's Episcopal Church
St. John's Episcopal Church in Savannah, Georgia's historic district is perfect for a formal and traditional wedding ceremony. A long aisle leads to an exquisite altar for the couple to exchange vows.
The Saint Catherine Greek Orthodox Church
The Saint Catherine Greek Orthodox Church in Ithaca, New York, reflects the beauty of the upstate. High ceilings and arched wooden beams provide loads of natural light.
Get inspired by the Gothic-revival architecture and ivy-covered walls of the Bond Chapel at the University of Chicago.
Highland Park Presbyterian Church
For couples that want to kickoff a regal affair, consider the Highland Park Presbyterian Church in Texas. For love till kingdom come, and brides with a glamorous vision!
The Chapel of the Good Shepard
Calling all New York City brides! The Chapel of the Good Shepard brings beauty and history to your wedding day. Built in 1888, the church is a city landmark and welcomes all religions.
The Greek Orthodox Church of Saint Thomas
The Greek Orthodox Church of Saint Thomas in Cherry Hill, New Jersey keeps heritage intact for a momentous ceremony.
The Marrakech International Protestant Church
The Marrakech International Protestant Church in Morocco is a lovely location for destination weddings abroad. The international chapel serves an English-speaking community and is interdenominational.
Sciasconset Union Chapel
It's a preppy wedding heaven at the Sciasconset Union Chapel in Nantucket, Massachusetts. The chapel is more than 100-years old and welcomes all faiths.
Chapel of Transfiguration
The 90-year old Chapel of Transfiguration resides in Grand Teton National Park, in northwestern Wyoming. The rustic log building is small and intimate–exactly what Elizabeth and Scott wanted for their guest list of 35.
Windsor, a luxurious and private waterfront residential community in Vero Beach, Florida is complete with a stunning, high-ceiling chapel. Cecily and James tied the knot here and carried the paired down palette of the church into the celebration.