A Guide To The Best Jackson Hole Wedding Venues

bride and groom with the tetons in the background near their jackson hole wedding venue taken by photographer adrian wayment photo

Jackson, Wyoming is one of the most charming towns I’ve ever stepped foot in. I am a small-town girl through and through, so this town caught my eye right from the start. If you’re looking to tie the knot in this gorgeous place, then this blog post is for you! I’ll highlight five Jackson Hole wedding venues, ranging from gorgeous mountain resorts to a stunning hotel with amazing views. I would absolutely love nothing more than to be your photographer on your big day! Fill out this form and let’s get in contact, as my calendar fills up fast. If you’re looking for other venues though in Wyoming, I have a blog post coming with venues across the state, so keep your eye out for that! Happy venue shopping 🙂


Snow King Resort

Conveniently located just steps away from downtown, Snow King Resort is Jackson’s largest venue. If post-wedding chairlift rides to the top of Snow King mountain sounds awesome to you, then you will not be disappointed in hosting your wedding at this gorgeous Jackson Hole wedding venue. Snow King Resort can accommodate any size wedding, from small intimate gatherings in their Fireside Room to big celebrations of up to 350 guests in their elegant Grand Teton Ballroom. Elegant dinners, mountain views and room accommodations are only a few of the amazing amenities that Snow King Resort has to offer.


The National Museum of Wildlife Art

Second on the list is The National Museum of Wildlife Art. If you’re looking for a unique wedding venue close to Jackson Hole, this is it! The National Museum of Wildlife Art is situated on a dramatic cliff overlooking the National Elk Refuge. The look of this building is beautiful and was inspired by Slains Castle in Scotland. This venue provides both indoor and outdoor venue space. Pike and Susan Sullivan Hall is a beautiful lobby, serving as a breathtaking backdrop for both small and large receptions. With seating for 130 or standing room for 500, this multipurpose space opens onto the Sculpture Trail Terrace, which provides additional mingling space. The terrace can be combined with other museum spaces, affording your guests the most spectacular views of the National Elk Refuge, Gros Ventre Range and Sleeping Indian Mountain. Out of all the Jackson Hole wedding venues, I truly love how unique this one is.


Hotel Terra

Hotel Terra is a combination of luxury and adventure. Conveniently located just one mile from Grand Teton National Park and close to Yellowstone, this gorgeous Jackson Hole wedding venue can accommodate weddings all year long. Whatever season or size of wedding you are planning, Hotel Terra is a great option. Before the jitters of the big day come, you can relax at their Chill Spa, which specializes in therapies to restore inner balance. They utilize organic products from the signature herbal poultice massage to a lavender and goat’s milk hydrating wrap. Celebrate with your close loved ones while enjoying your typical Jackson Hole activities, which include fly-fishing, exploring the nearby national parks, whitewater rafting, wildlife viewing and more! Hotel Terra seats up to 200 guests and provides both indoor and outdoor ceremony sites.


Moose Creek Ranch

If you’re looking for a ranch wedding on the quiet side of the Tetons, look no further than Moose Creek Ranch. This is one of the most beautiful Jackson Hole wedding venues and has an event space suitable for up to 150 guests. Their venue features a charming barn with a dance floor where you can dance the night away, then retreat to a bonfire under the stars. Located at the base of Teton Pass near Grand Teton National Park, your guests will never forget the beauty that will surround them on your wedding day. Moose Creek Ranch can accommodate your guests with both indoor and outdoor options, including two ceremony sites. The venue has a new mountain ceremony site, or you can host your ceremony from the pond area, with the sounds of Moose Creek trickling in the background. The main lodge area features bride and groom dressing rooms and a catering kitchen. It also features a fireplace room and pool table room. Moose Creek Ranch is open all year long for weddings of every season.


bride and groom having their portraits taken outside of jackson hole wedding venue taken by jackson hole wedding photographer adrian wayment photo



Last, but certainly not least, is the stunning Amangani. If you haven’t heard of this place before, go and check out their website right now! This Jackson Hole wedding venue is a luxury hotel and resort in Jackson Hole. The resort is only a short drive away from the Jackson Hole airport. Overlooking the Snake River valley with spectacular mountain views, you seriously can’t go wrong with hosting your big day here. Their suites are absolutely amazing for many reasons. The resort is filled with natural elements that will allow you to discover outdoor adventure and the natural beauty of the Tetons. Your guests (or not, if you’re eloping here) will never forget the beauty of Amangani.