Lake Tahoe weddings are extremely popular. Of all the possible destinations available around the California and Nevada sides of Lake Tahoe, Squaw Valley weddings remain a favorite. Love is in the air at every altitude, and we have some extreme ones! Accept that Mother Nature will be a very important guest at any Lake Tahoe wedding and start planning accordingly.
Via the Squaw Valley Resort’s tram your I Do’s can be said under a canopy of blue sky, the majesty of the Sierra Nevada and a view of Lake Tahoe at the High Camp’s Upper Deck. The same scenery shines from the location’s Terrace Room. Saying your vows at the base of a towering granite mountain is the experience few will forget. For large Squaw Valley weddings, of up to 350 guests, consider holding it in a meadow. Here winter’s snow will sparkle and crunch during colder months and alpen flowers will bloom amid fluttering multi-colored butterflies decorating a summertime ceremony.
Imagination and individuality are key to any Squaw Valley wedding. Some prefer to get coupled atop horses at sunrise, while others turn a vacation rental property’s large lawn or pine tree canopies into a magical sunset settings for their nuptials. Be sure to ask your vacation rental agent if additional contracts or deposits are required for a wedding.
Planning Your Squaw Valley Wedding
Celebrate your love by following the ceremony with a fantastic reception. Need vegan, organic or even dog food for your four-legged best man? Top-shelf single malts, coolers of iced beer or lemonade are all found with ease at Squaw Valley purveyors.
Using the expertise of Squaw Valley wedding planners ensures your getting hitched happens without any nasty hitches. An important thing to know, here in the multi-county, two-state Lake Tahoe region, is that your wedding license must be registered in Placer County, California.