Bride and groom at a mountainous wedding log cabbin venue in Idaho

We’re not sure if you’ve heard, but Idaho is one pretty state. From the blue waters of Lake Coeur d’Alene to the mountain-rimmed Sun Valley, this particular section of the nation is fit to be considered among the prettiest of wedding day backdrops. And because we’re here to help you plan a wedding to match, here are a few of our favorite vendors for your Idaho wedding.

Wedding Venues in Idaho

When it comes to wedding locations in Idaho, we’ll admit that we have a very difficult time tearing our eyes away from the outdoor and mountain options. Bear Creek Lodge is tucked away in the wilderness just north of McCall. Placed on 65 acres of landscaped lawns and natural meadows, the property backs up to a national forest – making for some beautiful wedding day photos. Moose Creek Ranch is another rustic venue, this time less than a half hour from scenic Jackson Hole, Wyoming. With such proximity to the attractions of Jackson and the greater Yellowstone National Park area alike, this venue makes for a destination getaway and beautiful honeymoon escape, too. The lodge itself has room for 100 of your favorite people, and the historic barn is a good place to dance the night away.

Wedding Photographers in Idaho

On your wedding day, you want someone you can trust taking your photos. You’ll be treasuring these images throughout your lives together, after all. Fortunately, we have a lineup of Idaho wedding photographers sure to put all concerns to rest with their lovely images. Bon Vivant Studios is owned by Boise-based photographer Kristen Reneé, an artist who focuses on sharing the details of the most important day of your life in a fun and lively manner. Two Bird Studio is also headquartered in Boise, and the boutique photography and videography shop works with a limited number of couples each year in order to give clients their full attention.

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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