Whether you’re a winter sports enthusiast, or you just love the beautiful sight of evergreen trees frosted with snowflakes, a wedding celebration in the splendor of winter may just be the perfect plan for your dream wedding. And what could be more magical than celebrating your marriage with a spectacular snow-scape of North Lake Tahoe as your backdrop?
Imagine exchanging vows on top of a winter-white mountain, with your true love holding you close to keep you warm.
But if you want to make sure your guests are also keeping warm, you can always pick an indoor site with a wonderful winter view, like this cozy location at the Ritz-Carlton Lake Tahoe.
You can also bring winter inside at your reception, with centerpieces that evoke a feeling of glistening snow and ice.
A winter wedding is not only beautiful; it is typically easier on your wallet. As an example, the 2017 facility rental fee for a Saturday wedding at The Chateau in Incline Village is $7,260.00 during the “peak season” of May through October. But for a Saturday wedding taking place from November through April, that fee drops to just $4,235.00. With this kind of cost savings, you could certainly buy a lot of lift tickets!
Speaking of which, there are a multitude of wintertime activities for your guests to enjoy while they are staying in North Tahoe for your celebration – downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating and snowmobiling, just to name a few. A group gathering in the snow can be a great “ice breaker” for guests who are just meeting for the first time at your destination wedding.
Unfortunately, all good things, including a wedding, must come to an end. But when your celebration is over, how about a grand get-away in snowy style?
Overall, a wintertime celebration in North Lake Tahoe is a joyful yet economical way to celebrate your marriage. The weather may be cold, but the festivities will be a heartwarming experience for everyone.