If you’re wanting to have your wedding at the largest botanical garden in the Intermountain West, the Orangerie is your place. This wedding venue is stunning. An Orangerie wedding is a good (fantastic) idea for multiple reasons. If you’re an outdoor lover or a plant lover, you’ll fall in love with the Orangerie at Red Butte Garden. Lots of plant collections (obviously), display gardens and 450,000 springtime blooming bulbs makes this wedding venue a lovely floral paradise in Salt Lake City. Your Orangerie wedding will take place in a spacious indoor garden, with the feel of alfresco with none of the weather worries. Exotic flowering plants, as well as citrus trees and lush exotic plants, are framed by mountain and valley views, making the indoor Orangerie a beautifully scenic and seasonally dependable location for a fantasy wedding. During splendid, sunny weather, it is a bright, storybook garden. When it rains, it appears even more magical as raindrops hit the glass walls and add a mood to the soft, romantic glow of the indoor lights. Can you tell I love this venue?!
I wrote a blog post here with in-depth details about the Orangerie and the other venues at Red Butte Garden. I will highlight some details specific to your Orangerie wedding in this post here.
As a plant lover and photographer, I would love nothing more than to be your photographer on your big day for your Orangerie wedding. Fill out this form and let’s chat about details of your wedding day! I hope this information was helpful as you’re navigating the planning process. I want to be a resource for you and would love to answer any other questions that you have relating to anything wedding related, venues or photography! If you’re looking for a different venue, though, check out these other resources linked below. They will be helpful if you’re planning a wedding in Salt Lake! Thanks for being here and happy venue shopping 🙂
*Please note that venue capacities at The Red Butte Garden are dependent on current event policies approved by the University of Utah in light of the coronavirus pandemic and are subject to change.