Seven Rocky Mountain Ranch Wedding Venues With Stunning Backdrops

June 1, 2023
Seven Rocky Mountain Ranch Wedding Venues With Stunning Backdrops

Photos by Brogan Resch Photography

Getting married on a working ranch is a dream for many couples. The good news is – this dream is entirely obtainable!

The Rocky Mountains are perhaps the best place in the world for ranch wedding venues. With sweeping views of valleys, mountains, and red rocks, here are just a few of our favorites:

1. Diamond Cross Ranch, Jackson

One of the most scenic ranches in the country at the base of the Grand Teton range, Diamond Cross Ranch is one of the last historical family ranches in the Teton Valley. If a Western wedding with stunning backdrops & wildlife is your dream venue, this ranch wedding venue is hard to beat.

Photos by Brogan Resch Photography

2. Clydesdale Outpost, Montana

Located in Flathead Valley near Whitefish, Montana, Clydesdale Outpost is a stunning ranch wedding venue with both rustic and elegant touches. The ranch includes onsite cabins, immersive activities with the ranch’s Clydesdales, and stunning beauty in every direction.

Photos by Else Eileen Photography

3. Copper Rose Ranch, Montana

Located in Livingston, just a short drive from Bozeman, Copper Rose Ranch sits in the heart of Montana’s famed Paradise Valley. This area is most well known for inspiring the television series Yellowstone. The ranch can host up to 250 guests, with accommodation available for up to 66 guests.

Photos by Capture Now Studio & Tawnee Bree Photography

4. Double Diamond X Ranch, Wyoming

Located in the scenic Southfork Valley outside Cody, Wyoming, Double Diamond Ranch is a working ranch that is perfect for couples looking to get married in the wild west. The valley is known for its herd of elk, big horn sheep, and other wildlife and is just a short drive from Yellowstone National Park.

Photos by Kayleigh Rust Photography

5. La Joya Dulce, Colorado 

A stunning ranch wedding venue with 360-degree views in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, La Joya Dulce checks all the boxes for many couples. The luxury ranch offers full weekend rentals and can host weddings of up to 400 guests. In addition, wedding packages include nearly everything a couple needs, including tables, linens, chairs, dance floors, and more.

Photos by Caitlin Steuben

6. Ghost Ranch, New Mexico

If a desert ranch vibe is more your wedding style, Ghost Ranch in northern New Mexico is the obvious choice. Surrounded by stunning red cliffs, green sage, and mountains, Ghost Ranch was made famous by Georgia O’Keefe. The property is available for weddings, elopements, and intimate small celebrations.

Photos by Laura Halcon

7. The Ranch at Wild Rose, Utah

A family-owned ranch ideally situated between Zion & Bryce National Park, The Ranch at Wild Rose was recently opened by the family, whose 2nd great-grandfather was an original settler in the area. Weddings include access to the 6,000-square-foot home that can sleep up to 30 guests and ceremony locations that can accommodate up to 50 guests.

Photos by Jessie Lyn Photography and Wild West Photography


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