The dramatic natural terrain of Utah is probably best known for its bold red rock faces, which give Utah's National Parks their own signature flair.
These wonders include the Zion, Bryce Canyon and Arches National Parks. With their dazzling colours and panoramic views, you’ll never be short of views to frame your big day.
One of our favourite ideas for a natural Utah wedding uses the unique natural features of Arches National Park. This location is known for its mesmerising natural arches. So, happy couples can tie the knot under the Delicate Arch, Landscape Arch, Double O Arch, or any others that capture their imagination.
The result is an entrancing effect, which delivers totally stand-out wedding photographs.
Utah’s famous capital city is also a firm favourite with tourists. Salt Lake City boasts a wealth of history, culture and entertainment.
There’s The Cathedral of the Madeleine, the Historic Squares of Trolley and Temple, or the Heber Valley Railroad.
The capital is also home to another of Utah’s most iconic natural splendours. The Great Salt Lake (which gives the city its namesake) is an unmissable Utah experience. It is actually a body of water that is left over from Lake Bonneville, a prehistoric lake of epic proportions.
Today, tourists hike across the former shores of this ancient lake, or kayak and boat across the water.
To amp up the luxury of your visit to the Great Salt Lake, we’d recommend booking a ticket for a sunset cruise, starting from the Great Salt Lake Marina. It doesn’t get more romantic than that.