Planning a Wedding in South Dakota

Planning a wedding is a busy process. Whether you’re hoping to have an intimate gathering with only your closest family and friends in attendance or a large celebration made up of everyone you know, you and your fiancé will be making decisions left and right. But because we want to help your planning adventure go as smoothly as possible, we’ve got a few of the best vendors in the area who can help keep things simple.

Wedding Venues in South Dakota

If you’re planning a wedding in Rapid City, Caynon Lake Resort is far and away a favorite venue. Wedding ceremonies and receptions can be held inside during colder weather, or outside on the patio or the adjacent park in the sunshine. Meanwhile, the Chophouse at Canyon Lake Resort is a full-service caterer with fully customizable menus fit for everything from garden-inspired picnics to multi-course meals. Custer State Park is another wedding location particularly suited to couples hoping for an outdoor party. A premiere destination in the Black Hills, the park hosts more than 75 weddings each year and is well acquainted with the ins and outs of running your special day without a hitch.

Wedding Cakes in South Dakota

For a sweet treat that is practically guaranteed to wow you (and your guests) with exceptional design and incredible flavor, look no further than The Cake Lady. A family owned and operated cake and confection shop in Sioux Falls, this bakery takes the combined experience of more than 50 years of work in the industry and turns it into something truly wonderful. The wedding cakes are creative wonders, but the menu doesn’t stop there. Tasty gluten free, lactose free, and vegan desserts are also well within this bakery’s abilities.

P.S. Don’t forget to use the best planning tools around – our wedding websites are perfect for communicating with your guests and sharing the details of your wedding day and registry.

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