Wedding planning is hard. It includes trying to keep costs low, finding the right venues, and hours of planning. There is a reason the wedding industry is valued at $78 billion. In fact, the average couple spends an average of $38,000 on a wedding. For any brides-to-be out there, have no fear. WalletHub put together a list of the best places to get married in 2020 based on 27 key indicators such as cost, hotel availability, and event spaces per capita out of 182 destinations.

Let’s discuss.

20 best places to get married

1. Orlanda, FL

2. Las Vegas, NV

3. El Paso, TX

4. Atlanta, GA

5. Miami, FL

6. Tampa, FL

7. Tulsa, OK

8. Boise, ID

9. Las Cruces, NM

10. Austin, TX

11. Mobile, AL

12. Tucson, AZ

13. Birmingham, AL

14. Albuquerque, NM

15. New Orleans, LA

16. Cincinnati, OH

17. Los Angeles, CA

18. Chattanooga, TN

19. Scottsdale, AZ

20. Oklahoma City, OK

Want to know more? Here’s a few more interesting breakdowns, again, complements of WalletHub. 

Highest average wedding cost

Bridgeport, CT

T-180 Pearly City, HI

T-180 Honolulu, HI

T-178 Newark, NJ

T-178 New York, New York

Lowest average wedding cost

El Paso, TX

Brownsville, TX

Las Cruces, NM

Knoxville, TN

Charleston, WV

Fewest wedding chapels & churches per capita

West Valley City, UT

South Burlington, VT

Pembroke Pines, FL

Cape Coral, FL 

Pearly City, HI

Most wedding chapels & churches per capita

Birmingham, AL

Pittsburgh, PA

Richmond, VA

Los Angeles, CA

Las Vegas, NV

Fewest bridal shops per capita

Grand Prairie, TX

Bridgeport, CT

Nampa, ID

Pearl City, HI

Newport News, VA

Most bridal shops per capital

New York, NY

Los Angeles, CA

Miami, FL

Chicago, IL

San Francisco, CA

Worst weather

Juneau, AK

Buffalo, NY

Rochester, NY

Warwick, RI

Providence, RI

Best weather

Glendale, CA

Riverside, CA

Bakersfield, CA

Scottsdale, AZ

Henderson, NV

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