One thing that keeps me in Utah (okay, it’s a big thing) is how diverse the landscape of the state is. You
could have your wedding in snow or you could have it with red rocks. This is also why many of my
couples fly in to Utah to get married or elope. They know Utah offers the best. Including the best
wedding videographer 😉
I am always singing Park City’s praises for a reason. It is a beautiful, small ski-town nestled into the back
of Mt. Timp. I love the variety this little town has to offer. There are luxury ski resorts you could elope at
or you could elope in the mountains and take photos in downtown Park City. Ask your wedding vendors
where they would suggest eloping. We will always have a good spot to fit your plans and budget.
If you are flying in to get married in Park City, I suggest staying in Park City the night before your event
to save commute time!
National Parks for Everyone
Utah is home to the “Big 5” as they call it. Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Canyonlands
National Park, Arches National Park, and Capitol Reef National Park. There is something for everyone!
Each of these National Parks offers a unique landscape. If you value having a stunning landscape in your
wedding, you can not go wrong with any of these parks!
There are many adorable downtown scenes in many cities in Utah. Park City, St. George, and Salt Lake to
name a few. Check out these places to see if they have a small venue or place that you want to take
photos on your wedding day.
All these cities have stunning Airbnb’s that would be a fun addition to your wedding day. I would suggest
if you don’t live in the city you are getting married in, to