Choosing your Jackson Hole Wedding Venue can be a huge feat! With a long list of options, I wanted to share my favorite wedding venues in Jackson Hole. Whether you are looking for an all outdoor, all indoor, or a mix of venue spaces, we have recommendations for you!
Boasting outdoor fields and indoor spacious gathering areas, Diamond Cross Ranch is a top recommendation! This incredible wedding venue is also a full time, real working ranch located about 35 minutes from Jackson Hole. Diamond Cross Ranch has an epic mountain view of Mt. Moran, as well as the rest of the Teton mountain range. With a private pond on the premises, and a plethora of ranch horses, it is fairytale everything! The space has plenty of room to accommodate large guest lists as well. Romantic settings and lighting creates a magical experience for weddings at Diamond Cross Ranch.
Couples have multiple booking choices when choosing Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club. This venue is right up against the Tetons with a side view of the mountains. One of my wedding clients booked their Terrace for their intimate summer wedding and it was perfect! Their ceremony took place under the sun on the greens, and then their reception took place on the Terrace. The Terrace has room for about 55 guests, but other booking options are available for larger guest lists. There was a surprising amount of variety in photo locations and options for their intimate wedding!
Winter weddings at Teton Pines Country Club are simply wonderful. With a beautiful staircase to showcase our bride’s wedding dress train, this venue has unique characteristics. It’s large windows illuminated the indoor wedding space allowing for plenty of soft, natural light. Teton Pines Country Club in Jackson Hole also has a beautiful view of the Tetons, snow or sun!
After an intimate elopement in Grand Teton National Park, my wedding couple decided to do toasts off their Amangani balcony. While the areas for weddings themselves are gorgeous, I loved this intimate setting. Incredible views and luxurious rooms are a big pull for destination couples. With plenty of space to house all of your wedding guests, making accommodations easy for all.
This wedding venue in Jackson Hole is one of the best values. Wedding couples can book blocks of rooms for their guests, as well as having many activities available onsite! I’ve been a guest at the Snow King Resort and was incredibly pleased with our room and experience! This wedding took place in the Grand View Lodge. Because Snow King is located in town, I do recommend traveling to the park for the Teton experience!
While Grand Teton National Park is my favorite place for couple portraits, it’s not a traditional venue. However, it has to be included among the options! If you’re considering a micro wedding or elopement in Jackson Hole, then Grand Teton National Park is the most incredible venue! If you desire a traditional wedding venue, then the park is always a great option for formal couple portraits!
The Jackson Hole Winery is not exclusively a wedding venue. But, they do have the option to book out a portion of their property for a private wine tasting. I have a wedding taking place here this summer and I cannot wait to show you pictures from it! * Photo is from The Jackson Hole Winery Instagram account and is not my own.
The Bentwood Inn is ideal for intimate weddings and elopements. Located in the woods of Wilson, Wyoming, this rustic cabin offers cozy vibes. It is on my Jackson Hole Wedding Venue bucketlist! *Photo from Bentwood Inn‘s website gallery and is not my own
This beautiful and intimate space is on the top of my bucketlist. I discovered it this winter when a wedding planner I follow posted it on their Instagram. It also offers onsite lodging for guests. I am totally obsessed with the light filled spaces with modern yet rustic vibes of Caldera House. It is not your typical Jackson Hole wedding venue, and I think that’s what makes it so alluring! *This photo is from the Caldera House website and is not my own.
With so many incredible wedding venues in Jackson Hole, you really can’t go wrong choosing where to tie the knot!