Do you want a virtual “Destination Wedding”? Utah is home to many amazing landscapes, and I am willing to work with couples to help them achieve their dream virtual destination wedding. I can take you to the top of a beautiful mountain, beside a red rock formation or to the gorgeous salt flats!
Packages can include a custom commemorative certificate, photos and video of your ceremony location, exact GPS coordinates, and even soil or other mementos (where it is legal to collect such items) of the location of the wedding.
I live in the Salt Lake Valley and many gorgeous and historic places are very close by. The location you choose will be listed on your wedding license as where you were married. I am also happy to talk about performing your destination wedding at locations farther away such as Arches, Zions or other national parks or preferred wedding destinations.
Please let me know if you are interested in this service! While most destinations within Utah should be do-able, there may be some remote environments where connectivity is more difficult. But nearly anywhere in the state is at least feasible!
NOTE: Booking a destination wedding starts with putting down a $250 deposit so that we can begin talking about the process of designing your perfect online wedding.
I will email you before you send the deposit to ensure that you have the perfect ceremony of your dreams.
Destination weddings typically require more time and money than a normal online wedding, and will usually require extra charges for travel or other arrangements.
Park City and Beyond!
The historic mining town of Park City is not only a gorgeous wedding location, but it has both a world-renowned ski resort and is the home of the Sundance international film festival. All of the mountains around it are incredibly scenic in any season, but are perhaps most photogenic in the fall, when the slopes are a blaze of yellow, red and orange.
Stunning Salt Lake Sunsets
Perched at the edge of the Great Salt Lake, the original historic Saltair building was built in 1893 as a recreational destination, and a previous incarnation was once home to the largest dance floor in the US. Now a concert venue, the Great Saltair and the area around it continues to be a draw for tourists and provides stunning sunset views over the water.