Wedding season is upon us and brides will be decked out in their finest this summer, ready to walk the grand aisle and take their wedding vows. The Natural State has some of the most beautiful venues where couples can enjoy their big day among lavishly scenic backgrounds or romantically rustic settings.
Located in Hot Springs, the Anthony Chapel is considered one of the most beautiful wedding venues in the state. The six-story structure has floor-to-ceiling glass walls presenting picturesque views of the surrounding Woodlands. This chapel would be the perfect fit for anyone who wants to include the beauty of the outdoors in their wedding while also enjoying the comfort of an indoor setting.
Owned by Michael and Leslie Klancher, the St. John’s Chapel, located in Benton, has it all. The chapel goes with any preference you have, from sunrise or sunset, inside or outside, a stone path leads you from the creek to the chapel doors providing a picture perfect day. Another amenity of the chapel is the bride and groom being sent off in a red convertible. The chapel seats up to 108 guests inside and up to 200 outside the chapel. This old fashioned style chapel prides themselves on paying attention to detail, making sure your special day happens without a hitch.
This Gothic-style stone chapel in Fayetteville is a memorably scenic place for couples to take their vows. The panoramic landscape also provides a stunning wedding venue which includes indoor and outdoor ceremonies, with an elegant water garden with water flowing over a beautiful waterwheel.
The Chapel Ruins at Sassafras Springs Vineyard, is a luxurious new venue in Springdale and is a great choice for a wedding. The chapel has a beautiful setting, appearing to look like an old style Chapel with architectural features from historical times. It seats up to 300 guests and is the perfect place for a romantic setting.
Located in Fayetteville, this traditional style chapel has a Gothic feel to it, with 15 main arches towering 50 feet high. Within the 15 arches are four Gothic arches. The chapel overlooks Lake Norwood and is encompassed by towering pines and stately oaks. The transparency of the chapel also allows patterns of light and shadows to come in creating beautiful scenery.
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