Are you wanting a romantic getaway destination for your wedding? Grand Teton National Park is the place to do it! Some things to note- a special park use permit is required as well as the normal entrance fee (except at the Chapel of Transfiguration, the Chapel of the Sacred Heart or the concession facility). You can learn more about that here. Without further ado, here are the top 5 locations to have your wedding in the park!
- Schwabacher’s landing
There are a few places to have your ceremony at Schwabacher’s Landing. If you would like more details, please contact me and I would be happy to send you photos of the different stunning locations!
- Chapel of Transfiguration
If you love the log cabin feel, but still want a traditional church, this chapel is the perfect option! The structure makes you feel like you are having an outdoor ceremony indoors and the stunning vistas of the mountains allow for gorgeous photos.
- Mormon Row
There are a few different places to get married at Mormon Row. Moulton Barn and the fields around there are the most popular places and I can see why!
- Jackson Lake lodge
Jackson Lake Lodge is a stunning place to get married with panoramic views of the pristine lake and Grand Tetons. People usually get married in the lawn in front of the lodge or on “Lunch Tree Hill.”
- Blacktail Ponds Overlook
This is a beautiful place to have a ceremony. There is an excellent overlook to observe the Teton Range and Snake River. There is often wildlife to view as well in this area; Again, you will need a wedding permit to get married here.
6. String Lake
This particular couple was married in a lush green grass field at the base of the Tetons near String Lake in Grand Teton National Park. This is the perfect venue if you want to be in nature. You can hear the river running in the background and frequently see wildlife roaming nearby. See more photos of String Lake in Grand Teton National Park, here.
BONUS— The Wedding Tree
I couldn’t end this blog without mentioning The Wedding Tree! It isn’t technically in the park, but it is a gorgeous place to get married (you still need a permit through BML). Where would you choose to get married?!