5 Beautiful Salt Lake City Wedding Venues

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Salt Lake City wedding venues are not hard to come by. In this blog post, I’ll highlight five venues that fit a lot of different aesthetics. From industrial to greenhouse to mountains, you’re sure to find something that will fit your wedding day desires. I have photographed a lot of these venues and would love nothing more than to be your photographer on your big day! Fill out this form and let’s get in touch to see if I’m available for your wedding day. My calendar fills up fast, so let’s get your big day booked! Now let’s get to the venues ๐Ÿ™‚


Salt Lake City Wedding Venues


First up is Cactus and Tropicals! This gorgeous venue offers two unique venues that provide a stunning backdrop for either your ceremony or reception. During the winter months in Utah, it can be challenging finding a venue that has “non-winter” vibes. I’m happy to say that Cactus & Tropicals is just the place, all year long, but especially during winter! Lush plants, exotic trees and colorful blooms all year long will make your big day unforgettable. Cactus and Tropicals is one of my favorite Salt Lake City wedding venues for many reasons, and I love that they have two separate locations with different options!


Next up is Tracy Aviary. The Chase Mill at Tracy Aviary is the oldest standing industrial building in Utah. Eight acres of grass lawns unfold around the Mill, sprinkled with lush trees, natural shrubs, and a few gorgeous peacocks. The Chase Mill has three levels and can seat up to 80 guests on the main floor, 50 guests on the top and 50 guests on the bottom. For outdoor events, up to 170 guests can be seated on the lawn. They have an open vendor policy where you are welcome to hire a caterer of your choice. If you’re looking for more in-depth information about this gorgeous Salt Lake City wedding venue, check out this blog post with questions and answers about amenities and vendors.


Third is The Grand America Hotel. If you want bridal pampering, a honeymoon suite and captivating catering on your wedding day, this is your venue! The Grand America has several ballrooms and can accommodate anywhere from 10-1200 people. They require that the couple uses their beverage and food services, but rest assured that you will not be disappointed by their amazing cuisine. I wrote a blog post with in-depth questions and answers, regarding pricing, vendors, amenities and alcohol linked here.


Fourth is The Natural History Museum of Utah. I love a unique, gorgeous Salt Lake City wedding venue filled with natural light, and this venue does not disappoint at all. It’s not your typical wedding venue, which is one reason why I love it. Depending on how much of the museum you rent, they can accommodate up to 1400 guests. Nestled in the foothills, the Museum offers weddings in a beautiful and natural environment with the convenience of only being a few minutes from downtown. For more information on amenities, alcohol and vendors at the Museum for your big day, check out this blog post.


Last but not least, is the Log Haven. This beautiful Salt Lake City wedding venue is an idyllic destination wedding location. If you enjoy hiking, biking, skiing or any other outdoor activities, this is your venue. Log Haven is close to 4 different ski resorts known for world-class skiing and outdoor activities. From private dining rooms to open meadows, the views are incredible. Log Haven features 40 acres of private land, including a pristine lake, nestled in the mountains of the Wasatch National Forest. For more in-depth information on this Salt Lake City wedding venue, check out this blog post.


You truly can’t go wrong with any of these wedding venues. I also wrote this blog post on unique wedding venues in Salt Lake City. If you’re looking for something in Park City, though, check out this blog post about Park City wedding venues. I’ve also had the opportunity to get more information about services from Salt Lake City and Utah wedding planners, so check out those posts while you’re at it, too! And again, I would seriously love to document your wedding day, so reach out and let’s get your date on my calendar.