15 Absolutely Stunning Wedding Venues That Cost Less Than $3,000

    Barns, lofts, vintage warehouses, and beyond.

    1. CL Space — Tampa, Florida

    The vibe: Brick walls. Floor-to-ceiling windows. Skylights. Exposed beams. This unique and historic venue is located right smack-dab in the heart of Ybor City.

    The price: $850–$1,200

    2. Two Sisters Farms — San Diego

    The vibe: A cozy farm surrounded by wine country right outside of San Diego. The farm features a rustic barn, beautiful landscaping, multiple areas of open space, and white horse fences.

    The price: $500–$2,500

    3. The Wildflower Barn — Driftwood, Texas

    The vibe: A cozy country barn surrounded by meadows and orchards. The barn features tin walls and exposed wood beams draped with globe string lights. Perfect if you're looking for an indoor-outdoor experience.

    The price: $1,800–$2,200

    4. Amy Osaba Event Studio — Atlanta

    The vibe: A 4,300-square-foot florist's studio space located in the King Plow Arts center. The space features exposed brick, vintage-paned windows, a ton of natural light, and a 16-foot communal table.

    The price: $900–$2,400

    5. Brique — Chicago

    The vibe: A bright, modern Chicago loft with exposed brick, white curtains, and an intimate bar area. You can opt for the venue's exclusive Boutique Bites catering — with truffle-salted mac ’n’ cheese bites and saffron polenta cakes — for a venue fee of under $3,000 even in peak season.

    The price: $1,000 - $3,000

    6. Vizcarra Vineyards at Becker Farms — Gasport, New York

    The vibe: Located west of Rochester, this venue presents an impressive 340-acre estate of vineyards and fresh produce for a genuine rural feel.

    The price: Starting at $810

    7. Cannon Green — Charleston, South Carolina

    The vibe: This charming spot is a mix of a 19th-century Charleston home and an old trolley warehouse. This sweetly Southern space features reflecting pools and statuesque palmettos.

    The price: $2,250–$2,750

    8. The IndoorLos Angeles

    The vibe: Industrial furnishings, red brick walls, and abundant indoor foliage. This brand-new space in the Los Angeles Arts District features 1,300 square feet of whimsical space for under $2,000!

    The price: $750–$2,000

    9. Union Pine — Portland, Oregon

    The vibe: An industrial-meets-modern venue that features old hardwood floors, cozy rooms that feel like you're in your own home, and views of the city.

    The price: $1,500–$3,500

    10. The Washington at Historic Yellow Springs — Philadelphia

    The vibe: This wooded hideaway features stunning buildings, a picturesque courtyard, ruins, and impeccable grounds. It also provides an indoor venue that makes you feel like you stepped back in time.

    The price: $750–$3,500

    11. Sky GalleryNew York City

    The vibe: High 14-foot ceilings. Whitewashed brick walls. Skylights. This 1,500-square-foot space feels sophisticated and modern. It also features a courtyard complete with a sculpture garden for spring/summer weddings.

    12. Monday Night Brewing Co. — Atlanta

    The vibe: This cozy brewery boasts polished floors and exposed beam ceilings — with all the handcrafted beer you can drink.

    The price: $2,500–$3,000

    13. Mill 1 at Open Square — Holyoke, Massachusetts

    The vibe: This converted paper mill features exposed brick walls, sand-blasted ceilings, and an effortlessly chic yet casual industrial vibe.

    The price: $1,500–$2,500

    14. The Atrium at The Essex — Essex Junction, Vermont

    The vibe: This 18-acre property located just outside Burlington is full of idyllic countrysides and lush, green forests. Exchange vows outdoors underneath a gazebo and enjoy dinner in a spacious, sun-filled room overlooking the gardens of the east lawn.

    The price: $1,500–$5,500

    15. Publik Space — Salt Lake City

    The vibe: A two-story coffee house and roasting facility built in the 1940s with reclaimed materials. The space feels rustic and industrial with exposed brick and beams, old-fashioned lightbulbs, and oversize windows.

    The price: $500–$2,400