When it comes to wedding venues, there’s just something about an airy space that takes your breath away. Maybe it’s Mother Nature’s way of adding her own romantic flair to your big day, or maybe it’s that jaw-dropping moment when the guests arrive and are totally floored. Whatever it is, celebrities are notorious for having the most coveted and fabulous ceremony sites that we’ve ever laid eyes on. For example, Jason Mraz’s fall wedding did not disappoint: We’re *still* head over heels for the open-air venue that the singer and his gorgeous bride chose for their big day. Lucky for you, there is more than just one open-air chapel out there, just waiting for you to set a date. Scroll down for a closer look at the swoon-worthy open-air chapels we’ve hunted down, just in time for you to say “I do.”

Gruene Estate

1. Gruene Estate (New Braunfels, TX): European stained-glass windows, exposed white wooden ceiling beams AND an iron bell tower!? Umm… Can we get an invitation, please? (via Charlotte Grace Photography)

Thorncrown Chapel

2. Thorncrown Chapel (Eureka Springs, AR): The mesmerizing architecture of this wooden chapel gives off some serious vibes. Rising high into the sky, this venue is guaranteed to make your wedding the most talked about event of the year… and for years to come. (via Hudson Photos)

Dunton Hot Springs

3. Dunton Hot Springs (Dolores, CO): If you and your future spouse love a good campfire and the comforting sound of a waterfall, then this rustic venue is right up your alley. You’ll be heading from your ceremony to the reception feeling that Rocky Mountain High. (via Laura Murray Photography)

440 Seaton

4. 440 Seaton (Los Angeles, CA): Industrial meets rustic chic in this warehouse space. Play up the minimalist look with a little greenery, or spice it up with color and ornate furniture for a more glam vibe. With a raw space like this, you can really create a look that’s all your own. The sky’s the limit. Literally. (via Bayly and Moore)

Cross Creek Ranch

5. Cross Creek Ranch (Tampa Bay, FL): We’re suckers for a good chandelier-clad ceremony. The contrast of charming wooden ranch and bright industrial romance make this place a classic choice for modern brides, and a daytime ceremony is a must with those windows. (via Sophan Theam)

Chapel Dulcinea

6. Chapel Dulcinea (Austin, TX): This historic open-air chapel sits on the edge of an ancient walking trail just 20 minutes from downtown Austin. And with a hefty price tag of FREE, its budget-friendly booking won’t break the bank. Check out the reception venues nearby, and book your wedding date, like, RN. (via Cory Ryan)

Mt. Hood Organic Farms

7. Mt. Hood Organic Farms (Mt. Hood, OR): For the most envious wedding photos ever, this venue is the way to go. It’ll provide you and your guests with spectacular views and loads of fresh mountain air, so take a deep breath and feel the love. (via Jane Johnson Photography and Design)

Cason's Cove

8. Cason’s Cove (Bowling Green, KY): It’s easy to get sucked into the Tuscan flare and romantic atmosphere of this location that is straight out of a fairytale. Just add your own Prince or Princess Charming. (via Morgan Marie Photography)

Mint Springs Farms

9. Mint Springs Farm (Nolensville, TN): If you’ve been pinning photos of that dreamy farm wedding but aren’t quite sold on the country music and cowboy boots, no worries. The romantic chandelier and light wooden ceiling provide a sophisticated element to this Tennessee chapel. (via Twila’s Photography)

Rio Roca Ranch

10. Rio Roca Ranch Chapel (Graford, TX): Picture it now: the sun setting over the scenic landscape as you and your main squeeze exchange touching vows. Hand out tissues when your guests arrive because there won’t be a dry eye in the place. (via aiaar)

Lombardi House

11. Lombardi House (Los Angeles, CA): This all-white venue in the heart of Hollywood has tons of character, but still has an open-canvas element that’s fun to play with. It’s the perfect place to let your creativity shine: Bring in a little bit o’ nature’s best and add a bit of your own personal touches to the space. To make it feel even more inviting, open the doors and let the breeze flow through your ceremony. (via Sylvie Gil Photography)

Race & Religious

12. Race & Religious (New Orleans, LA): A little Southern-meets-European charm goes a long way with this gorgeous exposed-brick cottage. And a little bit (or a lotta bit) of string lights never hurt anybody. (via Race & Religious)

Mill City Museum

13. Mill City Museum (Minneapolis, MN): Built into the ruins of what was once the world’s largest flour mill, this beauty sits right along the Mississippi Riverfront. Don’t worry, gluten-free brides are still welcome. (via Shelley Paulson Photography)

The Peachtree Club

14. The Peachtree Club (Atlanta, GA): Nothing says wide open spaces more than a rooftop wedding. The glass-enclosed ceremony site is perfect for couples that want to fee like they’re on top of the world. (via Andrea Taylor Studio)

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