Congratulations! You’re engaged or soon-to-be, and the planning process has begun. It’s important to find the right Utah Wedding Venues for you and narrow down your search. Lucky for you and your partner, we’ve combed through countless websites and contacted numerous venue contacts to create detailed information for many of the best Utah wedding venues around!
As a general rule of thumb, booking your wedding venue, your photographer, and your band or DJ asap should be your top priority to have your top picks help you celebrate and document this incredibly special day. The other vendors, including my preferred Utah wedding vendors, can generally take on more than one couple per Saturday, while the top-priority picks can only take on one.
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The Best Wedding Venues in Utah
This charming lodge is a slope-side wedding venue in Little Cottonwood Canyon with an outdoor patio for your ceremony and reception. With breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks, couples can exchange vows in an idyllic outdoor ceremony or choose the intimate lodge for an indoor celebration — and the wildflowers in the summer months are beyond comparison.
This rustic old-time ski lodge is perfect for couples looking for a space they can make their own on their wedding day. The lodge’s ballroom features wooden walls, beamed ceilings, and comfortable seating, providing an elegant space for dancing and celebration. Located in Little Cottonwood Canyon this venue is only available in spring and summer months.
Nestled in the heart of Utah’s stunning Wasatch Mountains, this charming lodge offers breathtaking views and a rustic yet elegant atmosphere. A fabulous Little Cottonwood Canyon option for destination weddings, the Alta Ruster Lodge gives couples the option of buying out the entire hotel for their wedding.
A luxurious desert resort known as a playground of the rich and famous, this venue hosts intimate and elegant weddings on-site with farm-to-table cuisine. With a secluded and serene atmosphere near Lake Powell, Amangiri provides an enchanting backdrop and creates an unforgettable experience for couples and their guests.
A beautiful restaurant in downtown Salt Lake City, this venue offers both amazing food and elegant, impeccable decor inside a historic building with art deco architectural details. There is also a large outdoor patio with an elegant iron staircase perfect for a grand entrance.
This lush garden shop has two locations: Salt Lake City and Draper. Both have absolutely beautiful plants and flowers all year round, along with beautiful water features and plenty of space for your celebration. You can choose the vendors of your choice for catering and entertainment to make it a truly customized celebration.
This venue is for the birds! Say your vows by a lake filled with swans, or in a beautiful grassy amphitheater. The historic mill building also has plenty of room for an indoor ceremony and reception. Your guests can not only enjoy your celebration but also visit the feathered friends who call this venue home.
Housed in a mid-century modern building that previously served as a church this venue is perfect for couples who want a downtown celebration in a modern and chic space. Large stained glass windows create a beautiful light display on the main floor, and with two floors of event space, there is plenty of room for a ceremony, cocktail hour, and reception.
This FREE wedding venue is located on Empire Pass outside of Park City. The rustic altar is a favorite of couples who adore the outdoors and want to make it a key part of their celebration. You can say your vows on mountain bikes and then take off down the trail, or have a more traditional ceremony surrounded by nothing by your closest friends and family and the Wasatch mountains.
High ceilings and act deco details are the hallmarks of this venue located in a historic Salt Lake City building. The large windows create an airy field in the hall, and there is plenty of room for a reception of any size. They also offer an elopement package for smaller wedding parties.
Located in Sandy this former schoolhouse is an industrial chic space perfect for a small or midsize wedding. The large, multi-pane windows let in enormous amounts of light. This venue also has a number of decor options available for rent.
Park City’s premiere ski resort is a perfect place for a wedding any time of year. Your ceremony can be held on a mountaintop, a lovely tree-lined meadow, or inside a well-appointed ski lodge. The in-house team is ready to help you with all of the details from the ceremony setup to your honeymoon getaway.
This woman-owned downtown Salt Lake City venue has a modern industrial feel that is a great blank slate for the wedding of your dreams. The exposed brick walls and wooden beams give the space a feel that is both elegant and bohemian. There is also an alley that makes it easy to bring in food trucks for your guests to enjoy.
This stunning St. George oasis provides a breathtaking backdrop for couples looking to say “I do” amidst red rock cliffs, pristine fairways, and lush greenery. You can exchange vows in the elegant clubhouse or have an outdoor ceremony overlooking the majestic canyon. There is also a water feature where you can have your ceremony before heading to your reception on the lawn.
This Kamas venue offers a rustic and romantic atmosphere for couples who want to celebrate their special day surrounded by nature’s beauty. The sprawling 1,100-acre property boasts stunning views of the Wasatch Mountains, farm pastures, and ponds, and provides a beautiful outdoor backdrop for weddings.
This working distillery outside of Park City is a unique place for a wedding and perfect for couples wanting to show their guests the “other side” of Utah. It features a large outdoor courtyard as well as plenty of indoor space filled with high, wood-beamed ceilings, and brass fixtures. Guests can also schedule tours of the facility where the whiskey is made.
The Homestead Resort is one of Utah’s best-known wedding venues, and its recent renovation makes it even more of a draw. It’s perfect for a destination wedding where guests can enjoy well-appointed rooms, a golf course, horseback riding, swimming, and a large natural hot spring housed inside a crater. Something for everyone!
Not many venues have their own telescopic observatories, but Huntsville Square does. It also has a large lawn and stage for ceremonies, a central firehouse space that is perfect for picnic or buffet receptions, as well as other outbuildings your guests can explore. Your guests can enjoy amenities like horseshoe pits and cornhole sets during your festivities as well.
Couples who want the charm of Park City and the amenities of a posh ski resort will love this venue. the mountains surround the ceremony spaces, and the hotel’s proximity to the Canyons ski resort makes it easy for guests to get in a few runs before enjoying the party. This is also a great space for couples to earn Hyatt Rewards Points.
A venue situated between Salt Lake City and Park City, this golf club offers stunning views of the mountains. There are beautiful indoor spaces as well as a multi-level outdoor deck with space for dining, cocktails, and dancing.
Sweeping views of Jordanelle Reservoir are the backdrop for weddings at this state-owned venue. The facility itself isn’t fancy, but it provides couples plenty of space to create the wedding of their dreams against an inspiring natural landscape. It is perfect for couples on a budget who want a mountain wedding.
Located on Park City’s historic Main Street this venue provides a beautiful terrace looking up into the hills for your vows, as well as a stunning indoor space for your ideal reception. Your guests can enjoy your celebration and then head off into Park City’s vibrant nightlife for the after-party.
A repurposed barn with a modern yet rustic feel, this Utah County venue is ideal for couples looking for a venue that can double for both a ceremony and reception site, and that has ample room for wedding preparations. The building used to be a forge, and the ironwork inside recalls its previous use. There are also charming farm-style tables and chairs for your use to carry on the rustic theme.
Elegance is central at LaCaille. This Utah institution was built to resemble a French villa, and every detail is perfect. There is a vineyard, an arboretum, winding brick paths, beautiful pergolas, and stunning water. You may even see some of the resident peacocks roaming the grounds. This is a spot you and your guests will not easily forget.
“Hard to find and harder to forget” is how the owners of this off-the-grid venue outside of Zion National Park describe it. The intimate and rustic space is surrounded by red rock and scrub oak trees. It is perfect for an elopement or an extremely small wedding of your closest family and friends. Its remote location ensures privacy, and a sky full of stars on your wedding night.
Luxury and sustainability come together in perfect harmony at this resort outside of Park City. Your wedding banquet will probably contain vegetables grown and picked on the property that day. The repurposed barn is now a stunning reception space with both indoor and outdoor areas. There are also top-notch accommodations on the grounds for guests who wish to spend the night.
Couples who love the ocean will not find a better wedding venue within 500 miles. Take your guests under the sea with a ceremony surrounded by sharks, turtles, and other marine life. You never know who may swim by. Afterwards, your wedding party can visit the exhibits, and maybe even meet some of the residents.
A cabin built for love is now one of Utah’s prime wedding venues. This historic home was an anniversary present for the wife of one of Utah’s steel barons. Now it features a large pondside lawn, a mountain waterfall, and tiered stone terraces perfect for ceremonies and receptions. It also can accommodate elopements and rehearsal dinners.
This hidden gem books out years in advance and it is easy to see why. The canyon location features gorgeous red rock walls, magnificent water features, lush lawns, and beautiful mountain views. And it’s all within ten minutes of downtown Salt Lake City. The space feels both cozy and majestic due to its proximity to the mountain faces. It definitely is not one to miss.
Go back in time to the Utah of yesteryear at this historic downtown Salt Lake City mansion. You can have your wedding in a stunning grand salon or out in the perfectly manicured Victorian garden. Guests can celebrate and dance in the perfectly preserved top-floor ballroom that looks out over the city. Every detail of this amazing house will have you in awe.
If you live in Utah you should know about Memory Grove. And if you are planning a wedding here you should definitely consider it. The venue is situated in a large historic park at the base of City Creek Canyon. While the building itself is small, the grounds are ample and allow guests to roam. Depending on your needs the staff here can accommodate wedding parties from extremely small to several hundred people.
A charming and cozy space nestled among the pines in one of Salt Lake’s most picturesque canyons, this venue is perfect at any time of year. The large deck can accommodate larger wedding ceremonies, while smaller celebrations can be held next to the fireplace inside. The grounds are always lit with charming fairy lights, and the winding pathways give guests spaces to mingle.
If you are looking for a venue that can do it all, this is it. They offer packages that include everything from invitations to wedding favors. A 40-foot waterfall is the central focal point of this Draper, Utah space, and it is surrounded by flower gardens and charming patios. There is also ample indoor space including a dance floor, game room, and child care center.
Deer Valley is synonymous with mountain luxury in Park City, and the Montage is the crown jewel. No detail is too small to be overlooked, and every couple is treated like royalty. The large patio overlooking the resort is ideal for both ceremonies and receptions. There are also multiple spaces available perfect for rehearsal dinners, after-parties, and farewell brunches.
This vineyard has all the charm of a venue in Napa — in Cache County. Sunset ceremonies take place on a rustic stone patio overlooking the rows of grapes and the valley beyond. A revamped barn with a stunning central spiral staircase is perfect for celebrations, and you can choose the caterer of your choice, even food trucks. Also, all animal friends are allowed — even horses!
Step back in time, but don’t leave the comforts of the 21st century in this modern and sleek museum. Your guests can celebrate your vows on one of the patios, and then visit the many exhibits on display. The central space, known as the canyon, is an open space that reaches up several stories. There also are smaller spaces available that also inspire wonder.
One of Utah’s oldest resorts, this venue now not only welcomes skiers but weddings as well. One of the big draws here is taking the ski lift up the hill to say your vows in a meadow surrounded by aspen trees, and then riding the alpine slide back down to the base of the mountain for your reception and enjoy a “shot ski” with guests. Your wedding will be elegant, but it is also sure to be unique and fun at PCMR.
Located in downtown Salt Lake City this venue is a top choice for ring ceremonies and receptions of couples who wed in the Salt Lake City LDS temple. The modern and polished space has industrial accents, and towering windows to provide plenty of light. The space is one large room so you can hold a ceremony in one area, and reception in the other if you wish.
Escape to the mountains for your wedding among the peaks. Spaces at this Weber County ski resort include a large central lodge with more than 6,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space for you and your guests. There also are both winter and summer activities available for you and your wedding party to turn your celebration into an entire weekend of fun.
Set on 150 acres of land at the base of the Wasatch Moutain Range in Utah County this lovely farm provides couples with rustic country charm, as well as all the modern amenities you could want. Ceremonies can be held in the orchard or vineyard at the base of the foothills, and then guests can head to the retrofitted barn for the reception. There are plenty of rocking chairs for guests to relax and sit a spell, and a large lawn for games of corn hole.
A bucolic eden on Salt Lake City’s east bench, this venue is a favorite of couples. You can say your vows in the perfume garden surrounded by the most fragrant of plants, among of thousands of roses in the rose pavilion, or in front of a “living wall” in the orangerie. Red Butte Garden is also ideal for photos as there are acres of flowers, plants, trees, and water features to serve as backdrops.
A destination wedding location on the banks of the Colorado River, this venue offers a real ranch experience with horseback riding, river rafting, and even skydiving. The red cliffs aren’t just part of the name, they surround every inch of the property. There is plenty of room for you and all your guests with multiple rooms, suites, and cabins on site.
This charming venue in Midway, Utah has stunning views of the Provo River, Mount Timpanogos, and the Heber Valley. The lovely barn may look rustic, but it is a stunning event center with high ceilings, large windows, and lots of floor space for your celebration. There is also ample outdoor space including a pond-side ceremony site and a large patio protected by a pavilion.
Sitting on the southeast bench of the Salt Lake Valley, this modern and luxurious Draper event center has two spaces perfect for weddings. You can choose to hold your ceremony on a large lawn under a domed pavilion, or in a lush walled rose garden. Both are attached to large ballrooms perfect for dining and dancing. The combination of indoor and outdoor areas gives a wonderful flow to either space.
Country club charm on the banks of Utah Lake. This clubhouse venue is surrounded by manicured lawns, sculpted bushes, and beautiful gardens. You can have your wedding outside on the large flagstone patio, or inside in one of the large ballrooms featuring stately fireplaces, beamed ceilings, and light wooden floors. This is a larger venue, perfect for weddings where several hundred guests will be in attendance.
Have your wedding at the top of the world in Weber County. Take the tram to the peak and say your vows on a patio off the highest cliff, or overlooking the ski slopes and the valley below. You also could choose to have your wedding at the base of the mountain on a verdant lawn surrounded by evergreen trees and aspens. Either space combines both outdoor and indoor spaces, including large dining rooms, patios, and dance floors. Your wedding will be a mountain dream.
This is one of Utah’s most popular wedding venues, and there are a million reasons why. There are several spaces for celebrations, including a mountaintop lodge, a rooftop patio, a creekside deck, and a large atrium. You just have to decide which one is best for your celebration. This Little Cottonwood Canyon resort also offers plenty of rooms for guests to keep the party going all night.
It once hosted the world for the 2002 Olympics and now it could be the perfect sport for your wedding. Located in the Heber Valley this rustic lodge is surrounded by acres of land that in the winter is one of Utah’s premiere Nordic ski areas. You can hold your wedding in one of the many meadows, on the banks of the Provo River, or on the deck overlooking the landscape. There is also a stone fireplace in the lodge that is perfect for a ceremony as well or can be a charming centerpiece for a reception.
Alpine charm in Big Cottonwood Canyon. This resort offers the charm of a Swiss village combined with the sweeping vistas of Utah’s Wasatch Mountains. There are several spaces to choose from, including both indoor and outdoor options, that can accommodate weddings of any size.
What was once a working horse ranch is now a deluxe spa and resort on the banks of the Colorado River right outside of Moab. There are still remnants of the property’s past though, with a working stable, a large garden, and a petting zoo. Those touches and more make this a unique and dreamy venue perfect for a magical destination wedding.
One of the most beautiful spaces for a wedding in Big Cottonwood Canyon is also one of the most affordable. This simple rock and wood amphitheater has views of one of the most majestic peaks in the canyon and sits on the banks of Big Cottonwood Creek. While there is not much space for a reception there is plenty of room for a perfect outdoor ceremony for couples who love the outdoors.
This Davis County venue is the dream of a family who wanted to create a perfect venue for weddings. It features several ballrooms and dining rooms with wooden and wrong iron accents. It also has several outdoor patio spaces including a picturesque pergola and a sunkissed solarium.
There is something for everything at this Utah County venue. There are hundreds of acres of land and millions of flowers and plants. You can have your wedding in one of the many themed gardens, next to the largest manmade waterfall in Utah, or in one of the beautifully appointed ballrooms on the grounds. Whatever your vision they likely have the perfect space for you.
Mountain luxury is the brand at this Deer Valley institution. You will be surrounded by the beauty of the Wasatch Mountains while enjoying the best amenities available. Weddings of any size can be held in opulent surroundings, from an intimate wine cellar to a large stone patio surrounded by evergreen trees and aspens. There are also plenty of other beautiful spaces for rehearsal dinners, after-parties, and send-off brunches.
The largest private log cabin in America is the perfect place for a destination wedding with your close family and friends. This beautiful home overlooks an idyllic lake and the vast Heber valley. There is plenty of space for overnight guests, as well as a game room, an indoor swimming pool, and even a bounce house.
Looking for an intimate venue with vast views of the magnificent Utah desert? Look no further. This off-the-grid home is located inside Zion National Park and has room for just your nearest and dearest. You can say your vows in front of towering red rock cliffs and then watch the sunset light up the scenery. There are also plenty of activities on-site including horseshoes, and a large hot tub.
A classic Utah ski lodge with European flair, this Park City venue has won dozens of awards for its decor, catering, and customer service. It has multiple spaces available all with panoramic mountain views, including a beautiful slopeside patio, a charming meadow, and high-ceilinged ballrooms with enormous stone fireplaces and exposed wooden beams.
Robert Redford founded this Provo Canyon resort as a place where nature and art can combine, and every detail underlines that mission. There are numerous locations for weddings from a historic cabin to a large pondside hall with a rushing waterfall. You can also hold your celebration on a mountain peak if that is more your speed. No matter what you choose you will find every detail is perfect.
Museums are great spaces for weddings, and the Leonardo is a great such option in downtown Salt Lake City. There are multiple spaces available in this historic building that used to be the Salt Lake Public Library. Your guests can not only celebrate your union, but also explore the art, science, and civil rights exhibits throughout the venue.
Have your wedding in a barn, a yurt, or on a mountain peak reachable only by helicopter at this eco-friendly venue outside of Park City. No matter the type or size of the wedding your celebration will be unforgettable. Food served at events is grown on the grounds, and guests staying at the lodge can enjoy activities like fly fishing, horseback riding, rock climbing and yoga.
This modern and airy Lehi, Utah venue has spaces for large and small weddings, all with large windows, dark wood, multiple fireplaces, and stone accents. There are views of both Mount Timpanogos and Utah Lake from the patios flanking the central indoor hall.
A modern, industrial space in downtown Ogden, this venue can accommodate weddings of any size and provides couples with a variety of options, from a rooftop deck decorated with large murals of butterflies to an indoor atrium flanked by artists’ stalls and lit by large paned windows.
Celebrate Utah’s history as you celebrate your wedding at this amazing venue that captures the state’s pioneer spirit. Spaces available include a classic chapel, a refurbished pioneer homestead, or an enormous modern barn with a beautiful terrace and a large water feature. And where else can your guests take a train to your wedding?
A sleek and modern venue in Sandy, Utah, this space was recently remodeled to turn it into the perfect place for a garden party wedding. Every detail from the gorgeous wood floors to the stunning chandeliers and brass details has been chosen to exude elegance and class.
A glamping wedding is one you and your guests will never forget. Say your vows on a red rock mesa outside of Arches National Park and then celebrate around a campfire and under a million stars. This is a “leave no trace” resort so they will make sure your event is in harmony with the stunning natural surroundings.
Stately is the only word to describe the venue options at this Salt Lake City landmark. You can have your celebration in the soaring rotunda surrounded by marble walls, grand staircases, and beautiful murals, or choose to wed on one of the many grand terraces overlooking the city or the lake.
A venue straight out of a fairytale — they even have a castle. This Utah County event center is also a working farm filled with orchards, vineyards, and animals. There are multiple options for celebration spaces, from a small charming chateau that opens onto the garden to the vast castle with cobblestone courtyards and soaring ceilings.
An elegant venue located outside of Park City, this stunning hotel features dark wood, crystal chandeliers, and large windows overlooking the ski slopes of Park City Mountain Resort. The wedding package includes a complimentary website and discounts at the on-site spa.
The outside looks like a stunning barn, but the inside is nothing but elegance at this Lindon, Utah venue. Your wedding will be country-chic in a space with soaring ceilings, a grand staircase, plenty of outdoor space for cocktails on the lawn, and a grand piano for live music. The former working farm also has some historic touches like the old silo and wagons to add even more charm.
Nature is the focus at this rustic mountain venue in Big Cottonwood Canyon. The grand cabin is hidden away in a grove of towering pine trees and tucked at the base of the majestic mountains that give it its name. There is plenty of room for an outdoor ceremony, though it should be noted that the lodge is not reachable by cars in winter.
This historic schoolhouse is now a boutique hotel perfect for hosting an intimate staycation wedding in the heart of Park City. There are both indoor and outdoor spaces available and, as you will have the entire hotel available to you, you are sure to find ways to utilize all the spaces with various aspects of your celebration.
This Provo, Utah venue is anything but shabby. The sleek and elegant industrial design includes large sliding glass doors to create a space that is both indoor and outdoor and provides a light and airy feel throughout. With 3,600 square feet of space, there is plenty of room for a ceremony and a celebration with dining and dancing.
Located in Eden, Utah this venue offers a range of packages for couples — from an elopement to a full weekend event. There are multiple spaces available, both indoors and out, and all with amazing views of the Weber Valley and surrounding mountains. The resort also offers a number of activities for guests staying on the grounds.
The crown jewel of Utah’s national parks, Zion is a special place for nature lovers. Towering red rock cliffs oversee every one of the venues on the grounds, and you can have a picture-perfect elopement or small ceremony. This is a great place for ceremonies, but not receptions.
A Spanish-style chateau in the heart of Utah’s red rock, this venue is a perfect pick for couples who want to have a destination wedding and have their wedding party all stay in one place. Up to 57 people can stay in the chateau, and the grounds are large enough to accommodate more than 100 for a celebration. There are also other homes close by on the property where other guests can stay.
This charming AirBnB is perfect for couples bringing a number of people in from out of state and want to offer them a place to stay as well as a wedding venue. The home is right outside of Zion National Park and offers sweeping vistas and lovely grounds, as well as plenty of patio space for dining and dancing, as well as staring off in the sunset.
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