Dreaming of getting married in one of the most iconic destinations in the world? Big Sur is where you can make your dream wedding a reality. Secluded and intimate, yet rugged with natural beauty and small beaches, Big Sur is an ideal wedding spot for nature lovers. Located along California’s Central Coast, Big Sur overlooks the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Lucia Mountains. Below are a few venue options that capture Big Sur in all its natural glory.
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Nestled in the gorgeous redwoods, this luxury resort spans 243 acres with incredible views of the Pacific Ocean along the Big Sur coastline. This venue offers three different site packages to accommodate small intimate gatherings or huge wedding celebrations. Exchange vows on the outdoor patio overlooking the coastline. Enjoy a reception or dinner under a canopied arbor. Dance the night away under the stars while being surrounded by the mountains, lush forests, and sparkling ocean! Besides being a perfect place for an outdoor ceremony, the resort houses 59 guest rooms and suites burrowed around Big Sur’s meadows and ridges providing a quaint and serene stay for your guests.
Wind and Sea Estate
If you don’t want to have your ceremony at a resort or hotel, an estate is another great option. The Wind and Sea Estate is perfect if you’re looking for a more intimate affair of 50 people or less. This oceanfront property sits on six acres surrounded by Big Sur’s breathtaking scenery. At the foot of the estate, you can also enjoy your own private beach! Multiple decks offer views from every angle of the coastline which makes for unforgettable photos.
Loma Vista Gardens
At Loma Vista Inn, you’ll find a natural woodland setting surrounded by the Loma Vista Gardens. These amazing historic gardens offer views of Mount Manuel and the Ventana Wilderness. This is the ideal spot for the true nature-lover. The Spirit Nest (pictured above) makes for a fantastic backdrop for your wedding photos.
Big Sur is amazingly beautiful. Do you think so? Let us know what your favorite place was below.