Any bride-to-be knows that the only thing harder than figuring out your wedding budget is sticking to it. At the top of your tricky list of costs is no doubt the multiple venues you’re booking for your ceremony and reception. Rather than forking out the money for two places, we suggest embracing a much more wallet-friendly option of finding one site that’s got it all. Having a single locale for the whole shindig will be way easier on you and your guests, and you won’t waste any party time moving from one spot to another. Pick from these 18 gorg, all-in-one venues that offer everything you’ll need to tie the knot *AND* celebrate after.

1. Excelsior, Lancaster, PA: Getting married upstairs, then enjoying dinner and dancing downstairs is a great way to break up your big day without having far to go. And with tons of exposed brick and a full-on succulent wall, your photos will look absolutely stunning at this gem. (via Justin Tearney / Grey Likes Weddings)

2. Loft 310, Kalamazoo, MI: The possibilities are endless when you can invite up to 600 of your closest friends and family to celebrate your nuptials. This event space is bright, open, and totally customizable, so dress it up or keep it minimalist. (via Jamie and Sarah Photography)

3. Devil’s Thumb Ranch, Tabernash, CO: Talk about wide-open spaces. At this intimate outdoor oasis, you can say your vows with stunning mountains as your backdrop, and then walk over to your reception in a rustic barn. Plus, there’s an on-site spa, so you’ll basically be the most relaxed bride ever. (via Kelli Lyn Photography / Style Me Pretty)

4. San Ysidro Ranch, Santa Barbara, CA: They might as well call themselves “The Most Instagrammable Location Ever.” With everything from estate lawns and hydrangea gardens to wine cellars and stone houses, this spot is a drool-worthy pick. (via Emily Blake Photography / Green Wedding Shoes)

5. Lightner Museum, St. Augustine, FL: The best thing about getting hitched at a museum is that the decor is already top-notch. Host your cocktail hour in the Grand Ballroom Gallery for a world-class historic setting, or step into the library for a more intimate celebration. (via The Wedding Authority)

6. Haiku Mill, Hawaii, HI: Magical is the only way to describe this venue. The cascading, lush greens, the tropical locale, and the old-world architecture will make for a seriously fab destination wedding. Your guests will thank you forever for the ultimate paradise escape. (via Jana Dillon Photography)

7. Sunstone Villa, Santa Ynez, CA: If it’s good enough for A-list celebs like Lauren Conrad and Anna Camp, then it’s def good enough for us! The luxurious 55-acre winery with sweeping views of the Santa Ynez mountains makes this baby a jaw-dropping go-to for the *best wedding ever.* (via Matthew Morgan Photography / Green Wedding Shoes)

8. Aria, Minneapolis, MN: Located right smack-dab in the middle of the Warehouse District, this building is an absolute masterpiece. Brick walls, high ceilings, crystal chandeliers, and a bridal suite are just a few of the perks of saying, “I do,” here. (via Matt Lien)

9. Granite Ridge Estate, Norway, ME: Panoramic mountain views on your big day? Yes, please! Built on a mountaintop, there is no better place to host nuptials with intimate, woodland elegance. Surrounded by 200 private acres, you’ll have rustic luxury at its finest (and feel like a total queen of the forest). (via Granite Ridge Estate & Barn)

10. Castaway, Portland, OR: Restored to its original grandeur, this 1929 warehouse is a glam Portland landmark. The exposed wooden beams and striking steel sash windows are all of the on-trend, industrial decor you’ll need. (via Lauren Kay Photography)

11. The Farm, Asheville, NC: For a relaxed, warm gathering in the Carolina mountains, The Farm is the perfect locale to host your happily ever after. Have farm-to-table noms or serve up southern BBQ for an affair that’s *totally* you and your boo. (via Fete Photography)

12. The Corry House, Union Point, GA: Getting hitched surrounded by giant oak trees is a fairy tale that this location can make come true. (via Paige Jones / Green Wedding Shoes)

13. Mint House Springs, Nashville, TN: The open layout of this ceremony pavilion is made for the couple who wants to get married outside, without dealing with the elements. Your guests can watch your nuptials in classy, minimalist pews, then saunter over to the reception barn and dance the night away under the oh-so-gorg chandelier. (via Rachel Wells Photography)

14. The Loft at 600 F, Washington, DC: This boutique event space will give your downtown affair a totally relaxed and chic flair. The high ceilings and open floor plan accommodate up to 120 guests, and allow for effortless transition between ceremony, cocktails, reception, and dancing. (via The Loft at 600)

15. 440 Seaton, Los Angeles, CA: Marriage in the front and party in the back! The openness of this layout lets you be as creative as you want with your wedding style. You can use the raw warehouse decor as your backdrop, or transform it into a lush, floral dream. (via Leif Brandt Photography / Green Wedding Shoes)

16. The Tribeca Rooftop, New York, NY: If glam city feels are the only way to celebrate, a rooftop with views of the Hudson River and downtown NYC is just the place. Your guests won’t stop chatting about the incredible skyline, and you’ll be living the urban bride’s dream. (via Tribeca Rooftop NYC)

17. Race and Religious, New Orleans, LA: When you have a two-story Creole cottage, fountain-flanked pool, and brick courtyards, there really is no reason to go anywhere else. Plan your wedding at one of the world’s coolest 1930s rental homes and give your fête a true NOLA-chic vibe. (via Elizabeth Ray Photography / Borrowed & Blue)

18. Chez, Chicago, IL: The sleek aesthetic of this urban escape is the perfect pick for modern couples. You’ll be in walking distance of The Mag Mile and Lakefront Trail, so your wedding pics will be totally on point. And you’ll feel like a total Cinderella as you traipse down the glass staircase. (via Louis Abellera Weddings / Chez Chicago)

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