Wedding Venues in Utah
Utah's name derives from the Ute Indians whose name translates into US English as "People of the mountains." This state is not only home to the central Rockies, but also the Colorado Plateau and the sprawling Wasatch Mountains. There are five national parks as well as nine ski resorts with colorful canyons, deserts, evergreen forests, and other natural attractions, including the huge Bonneville Salt Flats along with the Great Salt Lake itself.
For people who chose to marry here there are plenty of recreational activities like fishing, skiing, hunting and hiking. In addition, there is a wealth of Native American and Old West as well as Jurassic history to explore.
Choosing whether to tie the knot in a ranch, resort or event hall will be the challenge for couples getting married in Utah.