Whether you’ve planned an elaborate destination wedding or you and your lover made a spur of the moment decision, Lake Tahoe weddings guarantee your special day will be scenic and romantic. Walk down the aisle of a charming chapel at a South Lake Tahoe wedding, perch on the edge of a dock that stretches into the lake in a Tahoe City wedding or exchange your vows at a Truckee wedding held underneath the shady pine trees at the base of a mountain.
Lake Tahoe weddings range from a small and intimate ceremony in a chapel to an extravagant affair on the lawn of lakeside resort or a casual exchange of vows in a rustic lodge. In other words, your Lake Tahoe wedding is as elaborate or casual as you want it to be.
Accommodations ranging from resorts, inns, hotels and rentals are available to you and your wedding party – some of them will even let you hold the ceremony there! Imagine your wedding on the grassy lawn of your rental that overlooks the crystal clear lake. Incline Village wedding parties have the advantage of choosing a nationally known resort setting or a simple ceremony in an aspen grove. Or you can enjoy the mountain setting that Lake Tahoe also embraces and have a Squaw Valley wedding in a cozy chateau. Feel like your wedding isn’t complete without your four-legged, furry best friend? Kings Beach weddings supply an assortment of venues that welcome dogs.
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Endless Possibilities for Lake Tahoe Weddings
Of course it takes more than a venue to make your wedding day memorable. Lake Tahoe weddings go off without a hitch with the help of the area’s wedding planners, caterers, photographers and more. These people are experienced wedding professionals and will work with you to create your dream ceremony. Looking for vegan hors-d’oeuvres to enjoy during the reception? Lake Tahoe wedding caterers provide nibbles that’ll keep you going between dancing the Electric Slide and taking photos.
No matter the venue or the budget, Lake Tahoe’s natural beauty will give you a romantically bucolic wedding that would turn Ralph Waldo Emerson green with envy.