Yosemite National Park

Yosemite wedding

If you love nature and are looking for a gorgeous rustic location for your wedding, Yosemite National Park is an amazing option for you. Yosemite is located in Northern California and is internationally recognized for its spectacular granite cliffs, waterfalls, giant Sequoia groves, and biological diversity. I can’t think of a more beautiful location for a rustic wedding ceremony. Dream of getting married in front of a waterfall? You can do that at Yosemite!

Yosemite wedding

To host your events, Yosemite offers the historic hotels The Ahwahnee and the Wawona Hotel.  As for Yosemite park lodging accommodations, you may consider Curry Village or Yosemite Lodge at the Falls. If you love the idea of getting married at Yosemite, but are unfamiliar with the location, you can use their team of wedding planners + culinary experts to help you create the rehearsal dinner, wedding ceremony and reception of your dreams.



If you already have a wedding venue picked out, consider Yosemite for your honeymoon….it would be an amazing destination for outdoor lovers. With horseback riding, hiking, rafting, rock climbing, star gazing and more, there are lots of activities for everyone. Be sure to check out Yosemite for more details on what they offer for weddings + honeymoons.

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  1. I have a friend who got married in Yosemite. Her pictures were amazing. We are going camping there in June. After seeing these pictures, I am even more excited now.

  2. My fiance and I got engaged in Yosemite. Its a beautiful place, breathtaking really. It really makes you feel small in the most profound, peaceful, and joyful way.

  3. The scenery in Yosemite is spectacular. We went hiking there last year and it is something we will never forget.

  4. Yosemite National Park is one of the most beautiful places in America. The problem with getting married in Yosemite is that a gazillion people visit there each day.

    • I went to Yosemite, New Years Day, 2013 because most places where large crowds gather, people DO NOT go because of hang-overs, still bringing in the new year, and football games. Nobody want to drive anywhere. It is the best time to go any amusement park and enjoy all your favorite rides. It’s desolete! It is true with Yosemite. I followed 6 cars into the park, instead of 106 or more. On top of that, I got to see a wedding in the meadow near the Little Brown Church, in the snow!

  5. This are all fabulous pictures! Getting married in Yosemite is really a fantastic idea. Because for me, the place is very unique to get married. I am wishing all the best to this couple!


  1. […] On my bucket list = hitting all 50 National Parks […]


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