If you’re looking for a list of gorgeous Utah County wedding venues, you’re in the right place! Utah County is full of amazing venues, so it’s tricky trying to narrow down to five. These five venues are located all throughout the county and each venue is beautiful in its own way. In this list of venues you’ll find starting pricing for each venue and guest capacity! Let me know which venue is your favorite and let’s get your big day booked on my calendar! Fill out this form and let’s chat about details.
The White Shanty is one of my favorite Utah County wedding venues. This venue has a modern and industrial atmosphere with 3,500 square feet and is located in Provo. Their main area is lined with large picture windows and oversized sliding barn doors which makes for gorgeous photos. Pricing for a half day is $1,500 Monday-Wednesday and the pricing varies depending on what day of the week you book the venue. The event can be indoor and outdoor and can seat 120 people. Their website can be found here if you’re looking for more information about this beautiful space.
Wadley Historic Farm’s website says it best, “Whether you’re looking for a casual garden wedding, rustic barn, or a fairy tale castle for your wedding, we offer the perfect blend of old world charm and modern day elegance for the wedding of your dreams.” That sentence alone brings my childhood dreams to life. This beautiful venue is located in Lindon. If you’re looking for an intimate wedding, their Railroad Building can accommodate 40 or less and would be a perfect setting. If you’re looking to invite up to 450 guests, their Castle would be the perfect setting. Their pricing starts at $2,000 for rental of the barn in the winter and changes depending on the time of year and amount of time you want to rent for. Their pricing can be found here.
If you’re looking for a more budget friendly but modern and beautiful wedding venue, The Blake Event Space is perfect for you. It’s smaller but still holds 120 chairs and 12 tables. Their pricing starts at $1000 and also includes a sound system and microphone, a brides room and an outdoor area. The Blake is located at 407 W 100 S in Provo. I saw the venue for myself, and it’s gorgeous. I’m obsessed with the green foliage wall inside. Their website is linked here if you want to inquire!
Sleepy Ridge Weddings offers both indoor and outdoor reception and ceremony space. They have two different rooms where you can do both small and large wedding receptions and ceremonies. Sleepy Ridge Weddings is located in Orem and is perfect for use no matter what time of year you are getting married. Their pricing during the winter months starts as low as $1,700 and changes depending on the time of year that you book. A flowing reception can fit up to 700 guests with formal dinners seating up to 250 guests. The landscape outside and the details inside are both immaculate. For more information on this venue, check out their website!
Last but certainly not least is this absolutely AMAZING venue located in Mapleton, only 12 minutes southeast of Provo. This venue features a working farm with secluded beauty in every direction that you look. Animals graze the nearby fields most of the year, and it is a little patch of heaven. This venue has different rates, depending on what time of the year you are booking. Their rates and a virtual tour can be found here! If you book, you are required to use their preferred vendors list, but it is a robust list with a ton of options.
Of course, any list of “The Best Wedding Venues” in any given area is going to be 100% subjective to taste, but I can assure you that the venues on this list cover a wide variety of different styles. If you’re looking for venues in other cities in Utah such as Salt Lake, Park City, and Ogden check out my blog posts on wedding venues here!