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      Featured Kansas Star Event Center
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      Featured Abode Venue
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      Featured Aloft Wichita Northeast
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      Pro J.O. Sundstrom Conference Center
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      Pro Dyck Arboretum of the Plains
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      Pro Der Bauernhof
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      Pro Prairie Hill Vineyard
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      Pro Hereford House at Terradyne Country Club
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      Pro Red Bud Party Barn
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      Pro Holiday Inn Wichita East I-35
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      Pro DoubleTree by Hilton Wichita Airport
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      Whichever version of Kansas you prefer, you can live out the dream with Wichita wedding venues. Creep back into the Midwest of yesteryear with picturesque farms, restored 19th century homes and laidback barns while...Read more Wichita wedding venues also include the sleeker side of south-central Kansas with buttoned-up venues.

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      Wichita Wedding Venues: Your Wedding Venue Planning Guide to Wichita, KS and Beyond

      As the largest city in Kansas, Wichita has a lot going for it. Eclectic antique shops, critically acclaimed museums and a thriving culinary scene have driven people to the city for years. But Wichita's true value lies in its charming array of wedding venues. Keep reading to learn more about what Wichita has to offer engaged couples looking to tie the knot in the Air Capital of the World.

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      Weddings in Wichita

      Wedding venues in Wichita practically drip with character. The city was started as a trading post along the Chisolm Trail. Embrace that history in one of the warehouse wedding venues in Old Town. Exposed red bricks and ductwork juxtapose soft lace and silk beautifully.

      If you and your sweetie are hoping for a more rustic vibe for your wedding, look no further than Wichita's many ranch venues. Pose for wedding portraits in front of a classic red barn and sip from a mason jar under twinkling lights. Guests will adore the antler chandeliers that decorate some Wichita ranch venues.

      Wichita gardens are also great for weddings. Tie the knot under an ancient oak tree, or exchange vows in a classic white gazebo. Either way, your guests will enjoy mingling amidst the fragrant flowers.

      Speaking of guests, they'll find no shortage of affordable, comfortable places to stay. The average night's hotel in Wichita runs about $150, making this Midwestern town a real bargain.

      Wedding Venue Options Near Wichita

      Head 30 minutes south of Wichita and you'll find even more great wedding venues in the town of Mulvane. Home to several casinos and resort hotels, Mulvane has small town charm and big city happenings. Customizable bright lights, flashy colors and sparkling ballrooms in Mulvane are sure to make your wedding celebration gleam. The best part? Your wedding guests can stay all night, meaning you can party the night away!

      Head to quaint Haysville for more gorgeous wedding venues. Banquet halls here are anything but boring with dramatic lighting, movable ceilings and patios that flow into sprawling green lawns. Marry under a romantic archway or in by a bubbling waterfall.

      Wichita Weather

      Fall is the most popular time for weddings in Wichita and it's not hard to see why. Gorgeous red and yellow leaves provide an excellent backdrop for wedding photos and the crisp, cool air ensures everyone is comfortable during an outdoor celebration.

      Spring and summer are also popular choices for a Wichita wedding, with plenty of couples opting to tie the knot in the bright sunshine. Winter weddings are less common, given the threat of snow and ice in the area.

      Whenever you decide to host your wedding, consider a Wichita wedding venue with an indoor option for stormy days. You'll rest easy knowing you've got a great party ahead of you regardless of the forecast.

      Deciding on the ideal Wichita wedding venue is just the first step. Click over to WeddingWire's planning tools to design your own wedding website, chat with vendors and track your spending, all in one convenient spot.

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