During the winter wedding season in Wyoming gets a little quiet, and I can understand why. There is a ton of snow that can intimidate a lot of couples who are looking for a destination wedding location. However, as a Jackson Hole wedding photographer, winter is one of my favorite seasons in the National Park! There are so many things to do in Jackson Hole in winter that would be perfect for your wedding celebration and honeymoon afterwards!
Jackson Hole Tour
As a Jackson Hole wedding photographer I always give my couples a tour of Grand Tetons National Park as we drive in between photo locations. This is one of my favorite parts of adventure weddings as I get to share so much of my knowledge of this stunning area! In addition, I love to spot wildlife and capture them in the background of your images.
Downtown Shopping & Eateries
The city of Jackson is known for its divine dining and unique shopping experience. This is one of the things to do in Jackson Hole in winter if you are looking to get out of the cold for a few hours while still exploring! Whether you are planning an intimate dinner date or a celebratory meal after you tie the knot. You will find the best food in Jackson Hole! Afterwards you can adventure through the one of a kind western shops in downtown Jackson.
There is so much to do outdoors in Jackson, even in the winter months! From snowshoeing and Iditarod dog sledding tours, to snowmobiling and snow tubing. You won’t be bored with the variety of winter sports and fun there is to enjoy! You can even use the aerial tram to get around and take in breathtaking views of the Tetons.
Whether it’s enjoying a massage after a day of skiing or indulging in therapeutic treatments, relax with a luxurious experience. This is one of the best things to do in Jackson Hole in winter right before your wedding, or even during your honeymoon. You will find innovative treatments inspired by a practical blend of regional Native American traditions and cultures from around the world at many of Jackson Hole’s spas.
National Museum of Wildlife Art
The National Museum of Wildlife Art strives to strengthen humanity’s relationship with natures by sharing over 5,000 catalogued works of art. With a variety of collections, exhibitions, research, educational programs and publications. You will gain so much appreciation and knowledge of this part of our nation. Not to mention, the museum is located on a butte that overlooks the 20,000-acre National Elk Refuge.
Are you ready to visit Jackson Hole for your winter wedding? Reach out and let’s start planning your epic adventure!