By Jessica DeRubbo

It’s official! Matthew Morrison tied the knot with Renee Puente this past weekend in Maui, Hawaii, according to UsMagazine.com. In fact, Morrison introduced his new wife on Twitter, saying, “Conquered Hurricane Ana and got married! Most amazing week EVER. It’s my pleasure to introduce, my WIFE, Mrs. Renee Marie Morrison!!” The Glee star followed up his tweet with a special photo of the two presumably right after they said “I do.” Congrats to the happy couple!

What are some unique locations to hold your wedding festivities?

Cupid’s Advice:

It makes sense to have your wedding in you or your partner’s hometown, because then no one has to travel and it “just makes sense.” That being said, if you’re looking to spice up your wedding and take it in a new direction, Cupid has some tips:

1. Amusement park: It may sound crazy, but how cool would it be to sail off on a rollercoaster ride seconds after saying “I do”? Plus, your guests will have the times of their lives bringing it back to their childhood days.

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2. The beach: This probably isn’t the most unique suggestion, but the beach is no doubt romantic … assuming it’s good weather. Set up white chairs on the beach, and bring lots of flowers. That’s all you need to make the day special!

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3. Carousel: If your town has a carousel, think about holding your wedding near the inanimate horses. You can take a special ride with your new spouse following the ceremony, and all of our guests can follow suit. Think about the amazing pictures you’ll have from such an experience!

Where are some other unique places to hold a wedding? Share your thoughts below.