12 Small Wedding Venues in Wyoming to Stop You in Your Tracks

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Lauren Nowack
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Lauren Nowack
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  • Lauren is a freelance writer for The Knot Worldwide.
  • While Lauren has been writing her whole life, she began her career by travel writing and reviewing outdoor gear.
  • Lauren is passionate about encouraging people planning a wedding to make it exactly what they want and need it to be.
Updated May 17, 2024

While you might be dreaming up an elopement in the Tetons, there's a chance you're from the Cowboy State and are seeking one of the best small wedding venues in Wyoming to tie the knot near your hometown. Either way, we've found options for you, from expansive venues at the edge of national parks to boutique art galleries ready to wow you with their offerings. While there is no wrong choice here, picking from all the small wedding venues available can be a difficult first step to planning an intimate wedding day.

So, as you peruse these small spots to tie the knot in Wyoming, consider what season you want to get married, as many venues are known for their outdoor spaces rather than their interiors. Also, think about how close you want to be to outdoor recreation found at the state's parks, rivers and ranches, as some locations are much closer than others. Either way, once your celebration has wrapped up, don't forget to change your name in Wyoming to make everything extra official.

The Cloudveil in Jackson, Wyoming

Voted by Travel & Leisure as the "Best Resort in Wyoming", The Cloudveil is located in Jackson Hole and includes 7,500 square feet of event space. The rooftop terrace has a retractable cover over part of the space and can fit 150 people for a reception around its couches and firepits. Inside, the Lupine room holds 104 guests at banquet rounds and can be split up into two areas, holding 48 and 50 for a seated reception. Its floor–to-ceiling windows and fireplaces provide that mountain feel that reflects the natural beauty found right outside. A smaller outdoor patio can host 35 people for a reception, which is a great option for cocktail hour for small events. With 100 rooms to accommodate guests and wedding specialists to help connect you to the best vendors in town, you will be taken well care of if you host an intimate wedding here.

  • Guest Capacity: 48 in Lupine North, 50 in Lupine South, 104 in Lupine Room, 150 on Rooftop Terrace, 35 on Patio

The Powder Horn in Sheridan, Wyoming

Tucked in the Big Horn Mountains, The Powderhorn is a golf course and country club specializing in small celebrations. To-be-weds can choose to host a banquet reception for 30 in the Little Goose Room, 60 in the Cascade Room or 125 in the Cascade Room and Patio. If you're feeling ambitious, opt for a prewedding party at this family-friendly venue's 27-hole golf course or pool. Afterwards, consider taking your guests out and about with some of the outdoor recreation options here, including hiking, biking and fishing.

  • Guest Capacity: 30 in Little Goose, 60 in Cascade, 125 in Cascade Room and Patio

DUSK at Ringholz Studios in Jackson, Wyoming

DUSK at Ringholz Studios describes itself as a spot where "cosmopolitan sophistication and small-town charm go hand in hand", and we have to agree. As a contemporary wildlife art gallery in Jackson, this intimate venue is unique and available year-round. While the space can hold 50 people for dinner, 20 to 30 people is a more comfortable number in the rooms. Rental includes wooden tables, benches, chairs, rolling bars and a prep kitchen. Couples can add-on various tablescapes, flowers and place cards or even opt for an artist to give a live demonstration at your reception.

  • Guest Capacity: Up to 50

The Woods Landing Resort in Jelm, Wyoming

Sitting on the Wyoming-Colorado border is The Woods Landing Resort, a retreat brimming with rustic charm. While ceremonies here are typically outside to take advantage of the picturesque landscape, receptions for 30 are held in the cafe while groups of up to 100 can party in the restaurant, both of which are on the National Register of Historic Places due to the unique log cabin construction. With a dancehall and spots for all your guests in onsite cabins and RV spots, this is a wonderful destination wedding option where guests can also take advantage of outdoor recreation like hiking, cross country skiing and even snowmobiling.

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  • Guest Capacity: 30 in Cafe, 100 in Restaurant

Dirty Pants Ranch in Jackson, Wyoming

About a half hour from Jackson sits Dirty Pants Ranch, a venue that won the coveted Best of Weddings award from The Knot. Views of Beaver Mountain and Creampuff Peak give outdoor ceremonies a wonderful frame while up to 100 guests can head to the barn for a reception under the high ceilings and wooden beams. Couples can prepare for the day in the 23-foot Airstream or cabin, and the wedding party is welcome to stay in the four bedroom home on site as well. With lower pricing for parties under 50, this is one of our favorite small wedding venues in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

  • Guest Capacity: Up to 100

Snake River Ranch in Wilson, Wyoming

Wilson, Wyoming is home to Snake River Ranch, a large cattle farm tucked next to Teton Village, Grand Teton National Park and the Snake River. While you will likely see a few cows roaming in the distance, they pale in comparison to the stunning mountain, valley and river views here. With over four different outdoor spaces for events, including the historic Gray Barn, to-be-weds can pick from a wide variety of locations to tie the knot. Snake River Ranch is also happy to find even more secluded, romantic spots on its property for events under 50, allowing you to have a truly one-of-a-kind event. With add-ons like hot air balloon rides, trail rides, vintage boat tours, dog sledding, sleigh rides and snowmobile tours, you can get as creative as you'd like with your wedding entrance, departure or prewedding festivities.

  • Guest Capacity: Up to 250

National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Wyoming

The National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole is prepared to make your wedding day a masterpiece, just like the ones hanging on its walls. The Main Lobby, with its tall ceilings, stone floor and cream walls can seat 100 guests for dinner while the Members' Lounge seats 40 in front of its stone fireplace with a view of the National Elk Refuge. The onsite Palace Restaurant seats 50 people for dinner. Renting any of these spaces gives access to the galleries and Sculpture Trail Terrace for ceremonies or cocktail hour, making an unforgettable experience for those in attendance.

  • Guest Capacity: 40 in Members' Lounge, 50 in Palace Restaurant, 100 in Main Lobby

Altitude Chophouse and Brewery in Laramie, Wyoming

Set in the hustle and bustle of Laramie, Altitude Chophouse and Brewery has a relaxed Wyoming vibe that can be seen through its tree-stump bar stools, clean lines and sleek lighting. Dinner receptions are held for up to 14 in the Captain's Room, complete with a live edge table and wine-cellar look, while larger parties will be hosted in The Back Room. With plenty of house-made beer on tap and a sophisticated American menu, this is an excellent small wedding venue for couples wanting something different than your typical ranch wedding.

  • Guest Capacity: 14 in Captain's Room, 70 in The Back Room

The Bentwood Inn in Wilson, Wyoming

A bed and breakfast just a few miles from Grand Teton National Park, The Bentwood Inn provides an idyllic getaway for intimate weddings. During warm months, many couples exchange vows in the four acres of lawn tucked next to old-growth Cottonwood trees. Afterwards, everyone retires to a tent or the venue's large deck for dinner with a mountain view. Indoor gathering options include the great room of the lodge, which was built with lumber from Yellowstone National Park and uses a three-story river rock fireplace to frame your ceremony. In summer, you and your guests can enjoy rides on the inn's cruiser bicycles, and in the winter, complimentary snow shoeing is available. A full buyout of the lodge's 10 luxurious rooms can accommodate 24 adults. Lastly, the Inn's culinary team provides breakfasts as well as catered dinners for up to 30 people. All in all, the Bentwood Inn's sweet spot is an intimate Wyoming celebration for under 50, and you should certainly take advantage of that.

  • Guest Capacity: 35 in Great Room, 200 outside

Antelope Butte Recreation Area in Shell, Wyoming

How does a private ski day wedding sound? At Antelope Butte Recreation Area, that dream can become a reality. For $5,000, you and your guests can have a full run of the yurt, lodge and your choice of two of the three ski lifts on the mountain. The Yurt can hold around 50 people theater-style for a ceremony or around 20 for dinner, while the Lodge can host around 100 for a seated dinner. Outdoor festival grounds offer couples a place to get married outside, and chair lift rides are available if you'd rather exchange vows on the top of the mountain. Whatever you choose, a small wedding here can easily be made as adventurous or laid back as you like.

  • Guest Capacity: 50 theater-style in Yurt, 100 seated in Lodge

Calico Bar and Restaurant in Wilson, Wyoming

Halfway between Teton Village and Jackson is Calico Bar and Restaurant, a delightfully sophisticated restaurant serving up Italian fare. If you get married and it's warm out, book the porch and outdoor bar for a customized celebration. With potted flowers, fairy lights overhead and a large lawn for games and kids to run around, this venue gives summertime romance. While the porch can hold 70 guests, smaller groups are welcome to book it and will enjoy the extra elbow room. For colder months, the sophisticated interior works well for dinner and dancing.

  • Guest Capacity: 70 on Porch, 180 in Restaurant, 250 with full buyout in summer

Teton Cabins in Jackson, Wyoming

The Teton Cabins specialize in boutique weddings with under 50 guests, making it one of the best small wedding venues in Wyoming. Each of its cabins is hand-built, and just as much care goes into their upkeep and accommodations as went into their creation. The main lodge can host a rehearsal dinner and reception if the weather outside isn't cooperating, although most couples enjoy creating magical settings outside with the venue's "bespoke tenting services." As a blank canvas for your day, to-be-weds can make a gathering here as chic and luxurious or casual as they like, and don't forget to snap some photos with the quarter horses at sunset too!

  • Guest Capacity: Up to 50

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