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 Based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Available for travel.

How to plan your Jackson Hole, Wyoming Wedding!

Planning a wedding is pretty straight forward. There are loads of blogs and Pinterest tricks for brides. Elopement is the HOT new thing! So here’s the top tips you need to plan your Jackson Hole or Grand Teton Elopement!

Documents you need!

Grand Teton National Park Permits!

The number 1 thing you need to know about having a wedding in a national park is permits! For some reason they make you get a permit, blah, but it’s important so you don’t get arrested on your wedding day. (okay maybe not that intense…but you will get fined!) The permits are around $200. Here’s the website link to get started!

Marriage License

In Wyoming you will need to have a marriage license from the county you are getting married in, which if that’s Jackson Hole then you will need to get it from Teton County Clerk’s office! Here’s a link to their information and all the documents you need! You will need 2 witnesses other than your officiator in attendance! This could be friends or family or even your photographers! CLICK HERE for the Teton County Marriage license office

Indoor Venues

Too cold for an outdoor wedding? Jackson Hole & Grand Teton National Park has some gorgeous woodsy chapels like Chapel of the Transfiguration and Chapel of the Sacred Heart! If you want to get married or have an after party in town there are a lot of resorts you can consider like AMAGANI & Snow King Resort

Outdoor Venues

Having a ceremony in Grand Teton has limits. If you find a location you love, check with the permit office to make sure you can get a permit there. Some locations I know are approved are Schwabacher’s Landing, Colter Bay, & Mormon Row or just outside the park you can find the Wedding Tree!! (you don’t need a permit for this one!) Or if you would rather have a venue with a view I would recommend Diamon Cross Ranch or Snake River Ranch

To get more venue information Check out The Top 10 Wedding Venues in Jackson Hole

Places to Stay!

Usually couples are flying into Jackson Hole for a destination wedding. I would plan your stays as early as possible. Summer time is a highly trafficked time in Wyoming so you don’t want to wait when planning your lodging! Jackson Hole has a variety of gorgeous resorts like Amagani, Snow King, and Jackson Hole Resort! We also have chain hotels that are familiar to most states like Hamton Inn, Marriot, and the Four Seasons. There are a ton of Air BnB or VRBO options in town and even just outside of town. You can search in Alpine, Alta, Driggs, and Victor if you want to find more budget friendly places. They are around 30-45 minutes out of town.

Now that you know so much more about the area, I complied a list of my favorite Wedding Vendors in Jackson Hole so you can book talented people to make your day even more special!! Check it out here

Or to see more Jackson Hole Wedding Inspiration check out the Portfolio Here!

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