Looking for gorgeous mountain views on your wedding day? Grand Teton National Park is the perfect location for a romantic ceremony away from the hustle and bustle of the city. I recently photographed Keara and Mac’s beautiful ceremony at the Wedding Tree. Friends and family gathered to watch the sweet couple exchange their vows and share their first kiss as a married couple. After their Grand Teton National Park wedding ceremony, we took some stunning portraits at Wedding Tree and Mormon Row before heading to Mac’s parents’ mountainside home in Jackson, Wyoming. The reception at their home was fun and extra special because it wasn’t just a random venue, it was a home filled with endless love and memories. Overall the day was absolutely spectacular, and I cannot wait to photograph here again soon!
5 Gorgeous Locations for a Grand Teton Wedding
This stunning lake provides breathtaking views of Mount St. John, Teewinot Mountain, and the Cascade Canyon. From the western side, guests can gaze across the lake into the valley of Jackson Hole while the couple exchanges vows. These are once-in-a-lifetime wedding photos!
This beautiful waterfall can be accessed starting at the Jenny Lake trailhead. You can also reduce the hiking time by taking a boat across the lake for a small fee. The waterfall is over 100 feet tall and is considered the top waterfall to visit in Grand Teton National Park.
This spot is the trifecta! About a half mile from Hidden Falls, you will find Inspiration Point. This viewpoint overlooks Jackson Hole, Jenny Lake, and the Gros Ventre Range. Due to the angle of the sun, it may be better to visit in the afternoon to get the best photos during your ceremony.
Aptly named, this area was settled by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints back in the 1890s. It is the perfect spot for wedding portraits due to the wide-open fields with the Grand Teton mountain range in the background. You may also want to visit the Moulton Barns and the Chambers Homestead. These historical structures are iconic photo spots due to their rich history that has stood the test of time.
Another one that earned its name, Wedding Tree is one of the most treasured spots in Grand Teton National Park for wedding ceremonies. The Wedding Tree provides a stunning view overlooking the Teton Mountains while nestled between the trees. Whether you are getting married in the summer or winter, this spot is the perfect location for your big day. Many couples also prefer this location because it does not require a hike. Simply park your car and it’s a scenic 5-minute walk to the site.
What To Know Before Your Grand Teton Wedding
Before visiting the national park, be sure to research fees and passes needed to enter. A private vehicle entrance fee is $35.00 and lasts for 7 days. This should be your only required fee while visiting for your wedding ceremony, but you may need additional passes or fees if you plan to camp or stay longer. I’m happy to help you figure out the details of your Grand Teton National Park wedding. The Grand Teton views are breathtaking, and you are sure to treasure these memories for a lifetime!
Grand Teton Wedding Vendors
Bouquets and Boutonnieres | Red House Flowers
Cake | Absaroka Cake Company
Hair and Makeup | Tanya Crocker Hair and Makeup
Photography: Mariah | Mariah Treiber Photography
Videography: Alec | Mariah Treiber Photography