Thursday, September 5th, 2013
Heís proposed, you accepted, together youíve decided a destination wedding in Park City, Utah is perfect, and now itís time to get all the details figured out. Youíve got to decide on the exact location, food, pictures, and many other things. This might feel a little overwhelming if you attempt to take in all the details at once.
Because some places have rules about what food and other items you can bring, picking the exact location is a good first step. Ski resorts including Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley, and the Canyons Resort are popular wedding locations in Park City. Each of these places has locations both indoors and outdoors available for weddings. When picking the exact location, it is important to know what services are and are not provided. Do they provide the food for the reception, and can you have someone else cater it? What sort of services do they provide to allow you and your wedding party to relax a little?
Park Meadows Country Club is another location you may want to consider for your wedding. It is the only in-town country club. They provide the food although you are welcome to bring a wedding cake. Other services you can get include rental of electronic equipment and dance floor rental. A wedding outside overlooking the golf course, or one hosted in the Clubhouse are two options for a Park Meadows Country Club Wedding. Of course, there are many other locations in Park City you might pick for your wedding.
If your chosen location does not already provide it, you will want to get a catering service. There are a wide range of caterers in the area. If you want sushi, check out Chef Otto Blume. For simple, healthier catering options, you may want to consider Ellieís Personal Cooking and Catering. No matter your food taste, there is a catering service in Park City to meet your needs.
Of course, obtaining your marriage license is another important part of your wedding plans. This can be done at the Summit County Clerk's Office in Coalville. No blood test is required, but both the bride and groom must come personally. Each must have a government issued ID. Your marriage license is good for 30 days anywhere in Utah.
Of course, itís also important to take care of other wedding details including pictures. Contact us, and get natural, beautiful pictures to remember your wedding day.
by Opie Janzer