Top 10 Wedding Venues in Idaho

By Kathy •  Updated: 03/29/21 •  6 min read

There’s a lot of work that goes into planning a wedding, but the most crucial element to any wedding is the venue. You know what you want your wedding to look like, but turning that idyllic scene into reality has its challenges.

To lessen your stress, we’ll give our top 10 wedding venues in Idaho. This state is blessed with scenic mountain ranges and lakes that’ll sure make you fall further in love with your partner. It has that rustic countryside charm that draws you to get to know more about its history and its beauty.

So, without further ado, here are our top 10 picks.

 

Brundage Mountain Resort

Address: 3890 Goose Lake Road McCall, ID 83638

Phone number: 360-620-7100

If you’re dreaming of an outdoor wedding with a majestic view, then Brundage Mountain Resort might be right for you. You can choose to have your wedding ceremony at the base or the mountain top. The resort also hosts events during winter. Whatever season you choose to be wed, this place offers the perfect backdrop for a romantic ceremony.

 

The Bishop’s House

Address: 2420 Old Penitentiary Rd, Boise, ID 83712

Phone number: 208-342-3279

Looking for a Victorian-era wedding venue? This 1889 Queen Anne style house is perfect if you prefer a more serene and traditional wedding. Step back in time as you gracefully walk from the house to the gazebo where you can exchange your vows.

They offer personal rooms for the bride and groom so they can prepare before the event. Having everything in one place just makes everything easier for this big day.

 

Sandstone Vineyard

Address: 1888 E Rodeo Ln, Kuna, ID 83634

Phone number: 208-900-8966

This 5-acre vineyard overlooking the Boise front offers both indoor and outdoor settings. Hidden behind hundreds of trees, this venue is landscaped with rustic gardens and pools. They have an arbor covered with 100 rustic vines that leads you to a separate ceremony area.

Their reception area can be found near their pool where you and your guests can enjoy yourselves after the ceremony. You won’t have to worry about catering since their indoor kitchen is weather-proof.

 

Fourth Street Gardens

Address: 1723 E 4th St, Emmett, ID 83617

Phone number: 208-398-8273

Another venue with a historic charm on this list, this venue used to be a lovely home until its previous owners, Mr. and Mrs. Inselman decided to turn it into a wedding venue. Each flower and tree was planted with great love and care.

You will have access to their 3-acre outdoor spaces and amenities. Each wedding is different that’s why they give you the creative freedom to make the celebration more personal.

 

Central Idaho 4H-Camp

Address: Highway 75, Ketchum, ID 83340

Phone number: 208-436-7184

If you’re into whimsical weddings and enchanted forests, this camp located in the Sawtooth Mountains might be what you’re looking for. You can hold the ceremony in the amphitheater then move into the camp’s lodge for the party. Their polished floors are perfect for guests who love to dance.

 

Arling Center at Tamarack Resort

 Address: 311 Village Drive, Tamarack, ID 83615

Phone number: 208-325-1146

The Arling Center at Tamarack Resort has everything the bride and groom need to make their dream wedding come true. You can choose to have your ceremony by the meadows, in front of the lake, or even indoors at the Chapel.

It has about 10,000 square feet, enough for the wedding and reception. The three buildings can be used for different purposes. You can have the wedding indoors at the Chapel while the reception can be done in the Grange.  The School House is can be either be used as the waiting area or as the bride’s room before the ceremony.

 

Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort

Address: 37914 South Nukwalqw, Worley, ID 83876

Phone number: 1-800-523-2464

Coeur d’Alene offers many different wedding packages to choose from. Your guests will enjoy this venue that can be used as a weekend getaway. They have 300 guest rooms with 14 suites, an indoor pool, and a hot tub to relax into, as well as numerous restaurants and lounges.

Couples can opt to have either an indoor or an outdoor wedding ceremony. They have their catering and wedding service specialist that can help you with the planning.

 

Talus Rock Retreat

Address: 291 Syringa Heights Road, Sandpoint, ID 83864

Phone number: 208-255-8458

My personal favorite on the list, Talus Rock Retreat is perfect for couples who prefer spending their wedding with only a few people. The venue can cater up to 75 guests and you can choose to have your ceremony at the garden or the mansion’s main hall.

The old-world charm brings in a luxurious feel with its scenic landscape, perfect for an enchanting wedding ceremony without the fuss. Couples can also choose from different packages depending on their preferences and needs.

 

Water’s Edge Event Center

Address: 287 East Shore Drive, Eagle, ID 83616

Phone number: 208-867-5119

The Water’s Edge Event Center offers indoor and outdoor spaces for you to make your day memorable. They offer dressing areas for the bride and the groom as well as full kitchen facilities and a huge parking lot.

The ceremony can be done indoors or outdoors but the reception has to be done inside. They also have a dance floor so your guests can dance and have fun.

 

Homestead Barn at Dover Bay

Address: 701 Railroad Ave, Dover, ID 83825

Phone number: 208-263-5493

Finally, we have the Homestead Barn from the Dover Bay Resort. This rustic barn venue can fit up to 175 guests inside. Apart from that, this venue is located near Lake Pend Orielle, the perfect romantic scene for a lovely wedding. If you want to exchange vows under the glow of chandelier and fairy lights, this is the place for you.

 

With so many things to do, finding the perfect venue can be stressful for couples. That’s why we made this list to help couples celebrate their wedding in the charming state of Idaho. Good luck with your journey and we hope you fall in love further every day. Cheers!

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Kathy

Kathy is a freelance writer who specializes in writing about all aspects of a wedding—from the planning to the event itself. She graduated from the University of Technology in Sydney (yes, Australia!), with a degree in media and communication. She also became an American citizen and loves her new home country. Kathy has somewhat of a boho spirit and enjoys some great rock-n-roll music. She is married and enjoys working from home with her husband, who’s also a writer. They both try to get out as often as possible by taking long walks, visiting wineries on the weekend, and more. While they don’t yet have kids, Kathy and her husband have plans to expand their family in the next year or two!

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