It’s that Voodoo that Hoodoo. At the cool climes at 8,000 feet above sea level on the Paunsaugunt Plateau, thick pine forests surround you. You’re on the edge of awe-inspiring red rock cliffs overlooking spires and Bryce Canyon National Park’s famous hoodoos. And you’re on the verge of saying your vows, echoing your “I do” throughout the Bryce Amphitheatre.
With vistas for days and proximity to many nearby amenities, Bryce Canyon National Park makes for a spectacular setting for your wedding. The nearby towns of Panguitch, Escalante, and Boulder provide proper places to gear up, and several lodges such as the Bryce Canyon Lodge and Ruby’s Inn make your wedding day, stay, and reception easy.
The bottom line, though, is that few wedding-day views inspire like those from the Bryce Amphitheater, where the sunset colors can’t be matched.
Please contact me for further information on how, when, and where to get married in Bryce Canyon National Park!