The photos of your Kings Beach wedding will have a bit of drama in them ... supplied by Mother Nature, not you! Here in North Lake Tahoe, sunrises, sunsets and high noon color the sky, mountains and water in the most gorgeous hues no matter the month you wed.
If you want a lakeside or a higher altitude for a Kings Beach wedding venue, it’s here. Consider the state park area where you, your friends and family can gather on sand, adorned with just sunshine or drifts of snow. Close by, a community hall offers several rooms for indoor/outdoor ceremonies and receptions for as few as 25 guests or up to a grand gathering of 350. Restaurants can also be transformed into the perfect Kings Beach wedding venue. Some have a quirky vibe, others are steeped in history and still others provide a terrific place to party after the I Dos have been said. Consider renting a boat at a nearby marina for a summer water wedding, or put on your boots for a hike up to a mountain summit. Be sure to inquire if any additional paperwork is required. Caterers are available to come to your location to create the magic you desire.
Putting Together a Kings Beach Wedding
You might need to drive a bit farther out from Kings Beach to rent a tuxedo or a special brand of champagne, but the intimacy bestowed on Kings Beach weddings by the smaller, laid back community makes it worth the effort. Of course you can hire a professional wedding expert to handle the event. You can rest easy knowing they can obtain your proper wedding license in Placer County, California, and where to get that certain craft beer you like.
Here is our list of North Shore and Kings Beach weddings wedding professionals to help you plan your special day.
- Cakes & Confections
- Disc Jockeys
- Equipment Rentals
- Photographers and Videographers
- Limos and Transportation
- Planners and Coordinators
- Spa and Beauty Services
- Specialty Services
- Wedding and Reception Sites
North Shore & Kings Beach Weddings Continued...
It’s near impossible to spend any amount of time in the Lake Tahoe region without encountering the photography of Chris Talbot. His images of the lake and its surrounding natural beauty may be found on the walls of hotels (including a large exhibit at the Hyatt Lake Tahoe), restaurants, offices, homes and in gift shops throughout the basin. Besides Tahoe he’s also spent much of his life traveling the world and has wonderful images from throughout Asia, Eastern Europe and Central America as well as rural Nevada and other stateside locales.