US Coachways Limousine Reports Most Popular East Coast Cities For Destination Weddings

Share Article

US Coachways Limousine reports that the most popular destination for weddings within the United States is Charleston, South Carolina.

US Coachways Limousine reports that the most popular destination weddings within the United States are in the following cities:

Charleston, South Carolina, with its pure Southern Charm has quietly become a Mecca for brides wanting a wedding with a dash of Southern flavor. The winters are mild and the months of spring provide outstanding weather for an outdoor wedding.

The romantic Poconos in Pennsylvania is another great destination for brides.

Cape May, New Jersey is another low-key city that has quietly become a very popular place to get married.

The Hamptons in New York is another popular destination. Summer is the busiest season at the Hamptons and more and more brides are planning their nuptials in the Spring or Fall.

Newport, Rhode Island, is another popular wedding spot. Newport is also a port town and sailing is very popular. More and more brides are planning nautical weddings than ever.

US Coachways Limousine was formed to fill a void in the limousine industry that was lacking in service and choices. US Coachways Limousine offers among one of the largest fleets of limousine and specialty vehicles in their field and keeps the servicing of their customers a number one priority.

US Coachways Limousine is a family-owned business dedicated to providing the utmost in safe, comfortable luxury travel. Stop by their Web site at http://www.uscoachwayslimousine.com, or see their travel and wedding information blog here : http://www.uscoachwayslimousine.com/blog/.

For more information:

US Coachways Limousine

87 Ellis Street, Suite #4

Staten Island, New York 10307

1-800-359-5991

http://www.uscoachwayslimousine.com

Kurt Clark, Inc.

906 16th Street, Suite 4B

Bedford, Indiana 47421

812-275-4274

http://www.kurtclarkinc.com

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Kurt L. Clark