8 Barn Wedding Venues in Wyoming You Should Check Out ASAP

They're rich in Western charm.
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Hillary Hoffower
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Hillary Hoffower
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  • Hillary is a contributing writer for The Knot Worldwide, covering all things weddings.
  • She has also written for Brides, WeddingWire and BridalGuide.
  • Hillary got her start in the wedding industry interning for celebrity wedding and event planner Colin Cowie.
Updated May 28, 2024

Looking for a barn for your Wyoming wedding? Nearly every barn wedding venue in Wyoming is located on a ranch, and we love the Wild West charm that comes along with it, from the horses in the pastures to the cowboy hats on the walls. This is one state where you'll want to exchange vows outdoors in fields of wildflowers with scenic mountain views and a rustic barn in the foreground, before heading to said barn to kick off the celebrations.

Since Wyoming barn wedding venues typically sit on hundreds—or even thousands—of acres of land, the privacy and serenity that come along with it will make your wedding day feel like a world of your own. While such ruralness gives way to rustic barns, some are actually pretty luxurious with an elegant and timeless feel. By asking the right questions and checking off your venue needs, you'll soon find your dream barn wedding venue in Wyoming. Here are eight you'll swoon over.

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Diamond Cross Ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

With jaw-dropping views of the Grand Tetons, Diamond Cross Ranch is a Wyoming barn wedding venue that romanticizes the American West. Take advantage of the mountain scenery by tying the knot on the venue's gentle pastures, with horses galloping behind you—a horse release is a signature touch that Diamond Cross offers. Celebrate after in the 12,000-square-foot red barn that features light, honey-hued walls and big picturesque windows—a grand space to decorate according to your style. Every aspect of the venue exudes timeless elegance.

  • Guest Capacity: 300+

Trout on Inn in Casper, Wyoming

The barn at Trout on Inn borders the North Platte River, where you can exchange vows amid breathtaking Wyoming scenery rich in bluffs, grassy fields and sagebrush. With ample room indoors and an outdoor lighted patio, the barn accommodates up to 230 people. The patio leads to a grassy area, perfect for lawn games during cocktail hour. The venue offers four different packages, ranging from $5,500 to $30,000, so you're bound to find something that fits your needs at your price point.

  • Guest Capacity: Up to 230

Deerwood Ranch Weddings in Laramie, Wyoming

Set across a sprawling 4,700 acres at the base of the Snowy Range Mountains, Deerwood Ranch is a working family ranch. Inside the rustic barn are delicate wood beams and whimsical chandeliers, plus enough space for up to 160 people. Most couples throw their receptions inside the barn and host their ceremony outside among the swaying grasses and wild horses. The barn wedding venue in Wyoming offers two packages depending on party size, and you can include fun add-ons like a wagon ride and tractor trailer tour.

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  • Guest Capacity: Up to 160

TA Guest Ranch in Buffalo, Wyoming

The 8,000-acre TA Guest Ranch is a renovated relic from the days of the Wild West. Around since 1882, it's the site of the historic Johnson County War (there are still bullet holes in the barn as proof) and is a Smithsonian National Historic Landmark. It was renovated in the early '90s. Today, it's a working cattle ranch and barn wedding venue fully customizable to your Western dreams. Ride off into the sunset away from the barn in a wagon led by Percheron horses. There are plenty of places to stay on-site as well, from a milk barn to a granary, to really maximize the ranch experience.

  • Guest Capacity: Up to 400

Dirty Pants Ranch in Jackson, Wyoming

No matter which way you look, there are views everywhere at Dirty Pants Ranch whether it's Beaver Mountain or CreamPuff Peak. Sitting near Bridger-Teton National Forest, the property is teeming with wildflower fields and wildlife, from elk to moose—a dreamy setting for your "I dos." But you should take the celebrations into the barn, which is available from June through September. High ceilings and warm wood-beam accents frame the room, which seats up to 75 guests for dinner. No worries if you have more people in attendance—add a tent to the barn for the dinner and use the barn itself for dancing.

  • Guest Capacity: Up to 120

Double J Ranch in Daniel, Wyoming

Double J Ranch is a working ranch with wide plains, 200 cows and calves, 17 horses, chickens and pigs. It's a true country feel for couples seeking a rural wedding in open spaces. The 3,000-square-foot horse barn can be transformed into your wedding venue, with cement floors and stalls that will be cleaned out before the event. It fits up to 80 people, but you can set up a tent on the north or south side of the barn to accommodate more guests. Stay on-site in log cabins that encircle a fishing pond.

  • Guest Capacity: Up to 80, or more outside

Trail Creek Ranch in Wilson, Wyoming

With 270 acres, Trail Creek Ranch has several locations to celebrate your love, but we're partial to its 1930s Bircher Barn. With enough seats for up to 20 people, this authentic working barn with western tack and rustic ambiance is ideal for a truly intimate wedding. When dressed up with stylish tablescapes, it will feel cozy and romantic. If you're having a bigger wedding, the quaint barn still serves as a bucolic backdrop for your nuptials and reception, which you can enjoy under a tent in the pastures.

  • Guest Capacity: Up to 20 inside the barn, or up to 200 outside

Brush Creek Ranch in Saratoga, Wyoming

In the middle of Saratoga, Wyoming, is a slice of luxury with Brush Creek Ranch. Sitting on 30,000 acres of ranch lands, it's an all-inclusive western wedding destination with guest accommodations, three gourmet meals a day, two activities a day and access to a wedding venue, of which there are 27 to choose from. We recommend the Saddle Barn, a 3,900-square-foot space surrounded by fields of aromatic sage—an idyllic place to exchange vows. Inside is one of the most luxurious barn wedding venues we've ever seen, with rich wood paneling, a centerpiece of a stone fireplace and circular chandeliers hanging from the rafters. Elevate the look even further with garlands of florals and lush table settings.

  • Guest Capacity: Up to 200

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