All cities are unique due to their geography, demographics and the culture that has been shaped by the locals, and as time passes by, more and more characteristics get to shine and be recognized by people around the globe. Cities like New York and Washington DC have their own characteristics, one for being a major financial and business city and the other one for its historical background and its resemblance of patriotism. But how about new places like in the western United States. Orange County for example, as a new county with cities along its coast, has a lot to offer and not many people may know about it so when a couple looking to select a wedding destination is introduced to Orange County's best attractions, they are sure to say yes, right away.
The question still remains, what makes Orange County special? If you are planning to have your wedding in this wonderful place then you need to know about its most visited places and the not so well known places including extraordinary restaurants, scenic views and beaches.
Orange County is home to the very famous theme parks, Disneyland and Knott's berry farm, and the city of Anaheim is home to the Los Angeles Angels, formerly known as the Anaheim Angels, but there are more places to non-residents such as The Mission in San Juan Capistrano, Casa Romántica Cultural Center & Gardens, Balboa Island Ferry, Table Rock Beach, Fullerton Arboretum, 1000 Steps Beach, San Clemente Pier, Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve and many more.
The places and attractions just mentioned can always add that special something you have been lingering for to your stay or wedding. These unknown, secluded, places are perfect for artistic, yet modern and fresh engagement photos. Some wedding photographers prefer these type of scenarios for the lighting and uninhibited characteristics that emanate and that can be used to its maximum. This certainly can enhance your wedding experience since a wedding is meant to be a memorable event for the groom and bride and what better place than to spend it in sunny Southern California.
Having your wedding at a place other than your hometown is called a "destination wedding" and many couples have chosen Orange County as one of their preferred destinations for years. One of the top venues for weddings is the Casa Romántica Cultural Center & Gardens located in San Clemente; a cultural and historical place built by Ole Hansen back in 1927 and it is now open to the public for special events such as weddings, rehearsals and corporate events.
As you can see, whether it is an outdoor or indoor wedding, Orange County does sound like the perfect choice for a romantic moment. All you have to do is wish it and leave the rest to faith.