Kansas Wedding Venues

See our favorite wedding venues on Kansas below.

Carpenter Chapel at Camp Lakeside

300 E Scott Lake Dr, Scott City, KS 67871, USA

When planning a wedding, it is important to find a venue that reflects the unique style of the happy couple. For those who are loo

Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Lawrence

200 McDonald Dr, Lawrence, KS 66044, USA

Imagine your perfect day and make it happen at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Lawrence. A dedicated team will take care of every d

Hyatt Place Kansas City/Lenexa City Center

8741 Ryckert St, Lenexa, KS 66219, USA

With a stunning skyline and unparalleled service, the newest Hyatt in Kansas City is your dream wedding venue! In addition, whethe

Marriott Kansas City Overland Park

10800 Metcalf Ave, Overland Park, KS 66210, USA

Stay at the Marriott Kansas City Overland Park, and you'll be steps away from all of your favorite amenities. This hotel offers de

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Why is Kansas perfect for my wedding?

The classic American way of life is alive and well in Kansas. The state’s rugged cowboy culture brings an authenticity to its landscape that visitors can’t help but be drawn too, with scenic views from open fields or farms punctuated by horses grazing lazily next door at cattle ranches up on lofty mountain ranges – home truly does seem like a perfect place for a ranch guest list! So take all the time that you need and list down the places you’ll consider as options for your perfect Kansas wedding destination!

The state is rich in American Indian history, with museums devoted to the tribes that once lived here. In Flint Hills, you can tour vast tallgrass prairie and learn about its significance as an ecosystem on par with any other. Kansans enjoy a wide variety of food as well, including smoked barbecue and Kansas City steaks. They are also proud of their fried chicken and homemade pies.

Kansas is a state that has been instrumental in shaping America. Explore the Santa Fe Trail’s still-visible wagon tracks, travel through time on an adventure with Pony Express riders and Civil War soldiers at Fort Scott, or visit Indian tribes’ museums for more history. Meanwhile, the country lifestyle is alive at working cattle ranches that offer a taste of the old days with their chuckwagon suppers and classic Western music.

The pastoral landscape of Kansas is open and pristine, allowing you to explore at your own pace. There are twelve scenic byways that crisscross the state taking travelers from areas like Flint Hills tallgrass prairies. It’s where bison’s still roam at the 80 million-year old Little Jerusalem in Monument Rock National Park’s western Badlands. The Kansas River Trail offers an unforgettable experience for travelers seeking the best of both worlds. On your journey, you’ll pass through small prairie towns teeming with wildlife, while being surrounded by nature’s beauty at every turn!

Barbecue enthusiasts from across the country know that when you sink your teeth into Kansas City-style barbecue, it is an unforgettable experience. Slow smoked over many woods and covered with thick tomato sauce or molasses based sauces – this meat has been a favorite for decades! You won’t be able to get enough of its trademark flavor after having one bite. You can order some famous beef served at steakhouses around Kansas too for that full cowboy experience!

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