With spring just around the corner, it’s about to be wedding season and if you’re getting married, knowing exactly where to get married can be a stressful part of the process.
On Wednesday, WalletHub found the best U.S. cities for weddings, based on 27 measurements within three categories: costs, facilities and services and activities and attractions.
Those measurements included average wedding cost, price of a three-star hotel room, event planners per capita, bridal shops per capita, cake shops per capita, weather, number of attractions and popularity as a travel destination.
WalletHub analyzed the 182 U.S. cities using those measurements and calculated its overall results using that data.
The personal finance website also had category-specific findings.
For example, according to WalletHub, New York City has the most bridal shops per capita, while Grand Prairie, Texas, has the fewest bridal shops per capita.
WalletHub also found that El Paso, Texas, has the lowest average wedding cost and Bridgeport, Conn., has the highest average wedding cost.
The city with the best weather was Glendale, Calif., while the city with the worst weather was Juneau, Alaska.
Here are the best cities to get married, according to WalletHub.
10. Austin, Texas
9. Las Cruces, N.M.
8. Boise, Idaho
7. Tulsa, Okla.
6. Tampa, Fla.
5. Miami, Fla.
4. Atlanta, Ga.
3. El Paso, Texas
2. Las Vegas, Nev.
1. Orlando, Fla.