The Top 10 Most Beautiful Wyoming Wedding Venues in 2022

If you’ve been thinking of holding your wedding in Wyoming, then you’ve come to the right place! Wyoming is absolutely filled with stunning wedding venues, from private family-owned ranches to breathtaking national parks to luxury resorts in the forest. No matter what kind of wedding day you’re going to have, Wyoming has so much beauty to offer. So let’s look at the top 10 Wyoming wedding venues that you definitely need to consider for your big day!

The Top 10 Most Beautiful Wyoming Wedding Venues

1. Brush Creek Ranch | Jackson Hole, WY

Brush Creek Ranch is definitely one of the top venues in Jackson Hole and throughout all of Wyoming. This stunning luxury ranch sits on a whole 30,000 acres of land at the North Platte River Valley of south-central Wyoming and is packed with incredible views, amenities, outdoor experiences, and a whole lot of luxury. The ranch has 4 indoor wedding venues and 4 outdoor venues, so you have an amazing variety to choose from depending on what vibe you’re aiming for for your wedding!

Average cost to rent Brush Creek Ranch for your wedding: $300,000+ (according to pricing estimated from their website back in 2019)

Brush Creek Ranch offers all-inclusive wedding packages, meaning everything you need is included in your wedding package automatically – no need to add on a-la-carte items to build your perfect package! 

Here are some of the items & services that are included in their all-inclusive wedding package:

  • Accommodations for all of your guests

  • 3 gourmet meals per day

  • 2 “adventures & activities” per day (including gear & guides)

  • Wedding ceremony venue & seating

  • Non-alcoholic beverages when you arrive

  • Horse drawn carriage arrival & departure for couple

  • Exclusive use of their many dining venues

  • All tables, chairs, china, glass, & flatware for up to 170 guests

Top features of the venue:

  • Three properties you can stay at

  • Rivers, creeks, & lakes for fishing

  • Luxury restaurant

  • Greenhouse

  • Brewery & distillery

  • Creamery

  • Bakery

  • Wine cellar

Diamond and Chris chose Brush Creek Ranch for their wedding, so check out a few of their wedding photos below to see real-life examples of this epic Wyoming ranch wedding location!

2. Grand Teton National Park

How could I put together this list without including one of the most stunning national parks in the country, Grand Teton National Park?

The Grand Tetons are seriously some of the most beautiful mountains you could ever visit, with over 200 miles of trails available, just over 300,000 acres of land to explore, crystal clear alpine lakes, and luscious greenery everywhere you look. They’re an absolutely awesome location for couples who are eloping or are keeping their ceremony intimate, as the Grand Teton National Park Special Use Permit (required for weddings) only allows for 12-40 guests depending on the ceremony site you choose.

You’ll want to apply for this permit as far in advance as you’re able to, because the national park is only allowing 60 wedding ceremonies per year, per location now – meaning there will be a lot of couples competing for the use of ceremony sites.

Check out the National Park Service’s website here for further details on how to get your Special Use Permit & to learn about the rules and restrictions of having your wedding in the Grand Tetons!

Top features of the venue:

  • Variety of ceremony site options depending on the size of your group

  • Incredible views of glacial lakes, vibrant wilderness, jagged mountain peaks, & winding rivers

  • Tons of hiking trails

  • Plenty of cozy cabins, resorts, & lodges to stay at nearby

3. Yellowstone National Park

And on that note, let’s talk about Wyoming’s other national park – Yellowstone, of course!

Yellowstone National Park is yet another incredible national park that’s a must-visit if you’re visiting WY. It covers nearly 2.2 million acres of land that boast unbelievable views, geologic wonders, and almost half of the world’s active geysers. Crazy, right?

Just like any other national park, you’ll need a Special Use Permit to tie the knot inside of Yellowstone NP. This permit has a $250 non-refundable application fee, and allows you to get married at many designated location in the park, depending on the size of your group and the complexity of your ceremony setup. Yellowstone actually doesn’t give out these permits until a few weeks in advance of your wedding date, but you can apply as far ahead as 12 months in advance up until 2-4 weeks before your requested ceremony date.

Head here to learn more about the Special Use Permit application & permitting process for Yellowstone NP!

Top features of the venue:

  • Dramatic canyons

  • Lush forests

  • Old Faithful geyser

  • Thousands of miles of trails

  • Plenty of campgrounds

  • Gorgeous mountain views

4. Diamond Cross Ranch | Jackson Hole, WY

Next up we’ve got another private ranch in Jackson Hole, Diamond Cross Ranch. This breathtaking Western ranch offers stunning views right at the base of the Grand Tetons and leaves you truly surrounded by the natural beauty of Wyoming! Diamond Cross Ranch was actually awarded the #1 wedding venue in Wyoming by Cosmopolitan Magazine recently, so you know couples absolutely love getting married there. I love their slogan – “When Western beauty meets modern elegance” – sounds pretty great to me!

Average cost of to rent Diamond Cross Ranch for your wedding: $10,000+ (according to Wedding Spot)

Top features of the venue:

  • Fully customizable wedding spaces

  • Signature horse release during your ceremony

  • Stunning backdrop of the Grand Tetons

  • Lodging available

  • Family-owned

5. Moose Head Ranch | Jackson Hole, WY

Moose Head Ranch is another amazing wedding venue in Jackson Hole that offers views of those famous jagged peaks of the Grand Tetons, wide-open fields, and stunning sunsets. 

Average cost of a Moose Head Ranch wedding: $9,000+

Top features of the venue:

  • Alpine flower fields

  • Tech-free (no TV’s, telephones, or computers in cabins)

  • Accommodations available

  • Gourmet meals

  • Family-owned

6. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

If you’d rather host your big day at a mountain resort than a rustic ranch, then the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is definitely one to consider! With sweeping mountain views (of course), incredible food, and a variety of options to customize your big day, this resort offers nothing short of a luxury experience for every couple. Plus if you love to do winter activities like skiing or snowboarding, you’re in luck – because winter is when this resort really comes alive! The resort offers plenty of activities for you & your guests to participate in, from skiing in the winter to rock-climbing during the summer.

Average cost to rent Jackson Hole Mountain Resort for your wedding: rates not available on website - contact for details

Top features of the venue:

  • Multiple venue options

  • Group activities in the summer & winter seasons

  • First-class culinary experience

  • Space for up to 300 guests

  • Help with accommodations

7. The Lodge at Jackson Hole

Fans of luxury hotels, this one’s for you! The Lodge at Jackson Hole provides a super unique Wyoming experience, combining the comforts of a rustic lodge with the luxurious experience of modern amenities and personalized service. Not only will you get a gorgeous place to hold your wedding celebration – you’ll also have access to cozy accommodations for you and all of your guests, as well as close proximity to plenty of outdoor activities & opportunities for adventure in Jackson Hole. 

Average cost to rent the Lodge at Jackson Hole for your wedding: rates not available on website - contact for details

Top features of the venue:

  • Close to the heart of downtown Jackson

  • State-of-the-art conference center

  • Dedicated event planner & concierge

  • Space for an intimate gathering or a larger, extravagant celebration

  • On-site spa

  • Delicious dining options

8. The Bentwood Inn | Jackson Hole, WY

We’ve got another INCREDIBLE lodge up next – the Bentwood Inn in Jackson Hole! You guys, this romantic lodge is an absolutely spectacular place to host your Wyoming wedding: from the charming, rustic log-cabin vibes to the breathtaking views of the Grand Tetons, The Bentwood Inn offers couples so many incredible opportunities to host their perfect day. 

If you get married at Bentwood Inn in the summer, you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy vibrant green fields, an outdoor amphitheater-style firepit, a large outdoor deck for lounging, complimentary bicycles for an outdoor adventure, and more summer activities like horseback riding & rafting! In the spring, fall, and winter, you can enjoy the three-story river rock fireplace, complimentary snowshoes, and plenty of winter activities such as skiing, sleigh rides, and ice skating. Talk about a dream come true for outdoor lovers!

Average cost to rent the Bentwood Inn for your wedding: rates not available on website - contact for details

Top features of the venue:

  • Outdoor activities & gear

  • Multiple venue options

  • Lodging for you & all of your guests

  • Great food

  • Bridal suite

9. Snow King Resort | Jackson Hole, WY

Another killer mountainside resort wedding venue coming at you! The Snow King Resort in Jackson Hole offers options for any size and type of wedding celebration, from small intimate ceremonies on the outdoor event lawn to large receptions of up to 250 guests in the variety of indoor spaces. The resort is located just blocks from downtown Jackson, making it an awesome choice for couples who know they’ll want to hit the town at some point during their stay!

Average cost to rent Snow King Resort for your wedding: rates not available on website - contact for details

Top features of the venue:

  • Both outdoor & indoor spaces

  • Minutes from downtown

  • Discounted accommodations for guests

  • Flexible packages

  • Skiing & other winter activities

10. Fireside Resort | Jackson Hole, WY

And last but not least we’ve got the Fireside Resort – yep, another luxury resort in Jackson Hole! Can you tell by now that Wyoming is truly filled to the brim with incredible wedding destination options?

The Fireside Resort doesn’t actually host weddings, but makes for a perfect place to stay and/or get ready for your wedding somewhere nearby. The resort calls itself a “hybrid between camping, a luxury hotel suite, and a private vacation rental cabin” – sounds pretty sweet to me! You’ll get to stay in one of the many luxurious cabins with your own private campfire, in the middle of Wyoming’s beautiful lush forest. 

Top features of the venue:

  • Sustainably-built cabins

  • Nearby many amazing locations to host your wedding at

  • Boutique hotel feel in the middle of nature

  • Close proximity to locations for white water rafting, hiking, mountain biking, & more

  • Jeep rentals

FAQ’s About Getting Married in Wyoming

Real quick, I wanted to answer some FAQ’s about getting married in Wyoming – because we can’t forget about the legal stuff even though it’s not the most fun part.

How much does a marriage license cost in Wyoming?

There’s a $30 fee to get a marriage license in Wyoming.

Who can legally marry you in Wyoming?

Your ceremony will need to be officiated by a county judge, federal judge, court commissioner, Justice of the Peace, district judge, or any other licensed/ordained minister.

Do you need witnesses to get married in Wyoming?

Two witnesses are required to be present at your Wyoming wedding ceremony.

Does it take to get a marriage license in Wyoming?

There’s no waiting period to get married in Wyoming, so you can technically get married as soon as you have your marriage license.

How do you get certified to marry someone in Wyoming?

You can become a licensed officiant online by searching Google or become an ordained minister through the Universal Life Church!

Wyoming Wedding Packages

Woohoo – hopefully by now, you’ve got a solid idea of what Wyoming wedding venue you might choose for your wedding, or you’ve at least narrowed it down to a few! That means it’s time for you to start thinking about hiring a Wyoming wedding photographer, and I’d be super honored to be considered.

My wedding packages begin at $7500, and I’d love to talk further with you to find out the details of your big day & see exactly what you’re looking for! You can reach out to me here, or take a look at some of my other helpful blog posts & resources below first. Excited to chat with you & hear which of these top Wyoming wedding venues you picked!

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