It's no surprise that brides and grooms choose an Incline Village wedding. The options they have for ceremony locations, caterers and lodging make it easy to want this locale. From sun-dappled ceremonies on a boat or at the water’s edge to pine- and meadow-scented vows said atop a mountaintop or a formal event situated at the Hyatt Regency, couples find that they can create exactly the wedding they want.
Incline Village wedding venues are often on U.S. Forestry property. These events are woodsy and lovely, but they require permissions above and beyond just gathering a bunch of friends and heading to a pretty spot. You might consider hiring a Incline Village wedding planner to navigate the regulations. Some planners have permission to move people and equipment up and down the mountainous terrain with motorized vehicles. This is very important ... unless you want to sport hiking boots under your designer wedding dress. But, hey, if that’s exactly your look, consider the Tahoe Rim Trail just north of downtown for your Incline Village wedding venue. Nearby, Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park welcomes winter weddings too. Bring your snowshoes so you can actually get through the sparkling, white snow!
Planning Your Incline Village Wedding
Sand Harbor and Incline Beach are perfect venues for Incline Village weddings too, especially if you like a bit of sand between your toes. Prefer an outdoor/indoor venue? Casinos, restaurants and actual wedding facilities can host your wedding for a party of two or hundreds.
Remember that, depending where you end up actually standing when you say your vows, you might be in California or in Nevada, meaning your marriage license will have to reflect the correct state/county.
Here is our list of Crystal Bay and Incline Villages’ wedding professionals who’ll help you plan your special day.