These 12 Nevada Wedding Venues Will Turn Your Dreams Into Reality

The Silver State is known for its golf courses, Lake Tahoe and casinos, of course.
Hillary Hoffower
by Hillary Hoffower
Updated Apr 25, 2024

The Silver State is a large one, but many of Nevada's wedding venues are concentrated around its few bigger cities like Reno and Las Vegas. That doesn't mean they all have an urban vibe, though. Plenty are set on the outskirts against majestic mountains.

The first step to picking your dream wedding venue in Nevada is to decide what vibe you're going for. Do you want the classic Sin City casino? The rolling landscape of a golf club? An estate surrounded by the ruggedness of Lake Tahoe? Acres of land in the desert? Nevada has all that and more, from rustic aesthetics to European-inspired architecture. No matter what you pick, you might want to shy away from a midsummer wedding, at least if it's outside—temps can soar past a scorching 100 degrees.

We rounded up some of the best wedding venues in Nevada below.

Stallion Mountain by Wedgewood Weddings in Las Vegas, Nevada

There are endless wedding venues in Las Vegas, NV, but we're head over heels for Stallion Mountain by Wedgewood Weddings. Just 10 miles from the Las Vegas strip, this golf club is a desert oasis with sophisticated vibes and room for up to 250 guests. There are green hills, a mountain backdrop and a peaceful lake. If we were you, we'd say "I do" outside, either under the wrought-iron rotunda on the lawn or the shaded terrace. But inside is just as breathtaking, with wide windows and romantic bistro lights.

The Elm Estate in Reno, Nevada

If you're looking for wedding venues in Reno, NV, stop your search at The Elm Estate. A lush green gem not far from downtown Reno, this historic venue is an idyllic setting for a timeless wedding. Its manicured grounds sweep out in front of the 1880s farmhouse, which was renovated in 2017. Whitewashed walls and clean lines provide an open, airy feel that mixes effortlessly with more ornate details. To the side of the lawn are guest accommodations in the form of eight tiny home cottages, each one named and designed around a jewel, like Emerald or Onyx. It's all a recipe for a luxury wedding experience for parties as small as 50 or as large as 300.

Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa Henderson, Nevada

For a wedding near Las Vegas but off the strip, look for wedding venues in Henderson, NV, like Green Valley Ranch Resort. The hotel's most stunning feature is its sweeping grand staircase, completing the resort's elevated European aesthetic. It's just begging to be the backdrop to your vows or wedding photos. But it has some competition with the Garden Amphitheater, which is teeming with emerald-hued shrubbery and a majestic cypress tree. The resort offers plenty of luxury suites and villas so guests can stay on-site, and it's so spacious that it can accommodate anywhere from 50 to 800 people. They even offer a "spa'rty," a spa experience for you and your wedding party.

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The Chateau at Lake Tahoe in Incline Village, Nevada

Taking full advantage of the gorgeous scenery, this Lake Tahoe Nevada wedding venue is situated in a secluded area surrounded by mountains and coniferous trees with stunning lake views. You can celebrate at The Chateau: Aspen Grove and the chateau itself. The former is aptly named, filled with aspen trees and a trickling creek. The latter brings the rusticness of Lake Tahoe indoors, with timber ceilings and exposed wooden beams overlooking 5,200 square feet of space. The main ballroom holds up to 250 guests. You can also hold your ceremony here, or on the outdoor lawn at the 10th tee box (yes, there is a golf course, in true Nevada fashion).

Red Hawk Golf and Resort in Sparks, Nevada

At Red Hawk Golf and Resort, a northern Nevada wedding venue, there are four venues depending on what you're looking for: a warm and inviting event center with brick walls that holds up to 330 people; a lakeside deck overlooking the 9th hole as well as a peaceful green lawn, both accommodating up to 250 guests; and a hybrid indoor-outdoor patio for a smaller ceremony of 150 people. Several luxury villas also provide on-site accommodations for close friends and family.

Aravada Springs Campground in Bunkerville, Nevada

Campground event venue for weddings
Photo: Courtesy of Aravada Springs Campground

Located outside of Mesquite, Nevada, this wedding venue is part of a serene desert escape with several outdoor places for your nuptials, from a pond to a stretch of grassy area. The campground spans 20 of the 200 acres of property, with cabins and tents for a true camping experience. Aravada Springs can accommodate up to 150 guests and offers a package that allows you to use the entire property for up to two nights. There are also plenty of ATV trails in Gold Butte for guests to explore during their stay.

Toiyabe Golf Club in Washoe Valley, Nevada

Dreaming of a wedding in Sierra Nevada? Then you'll fall in love with Toiyabe Golf Club's landscape of green golf courses, waterfalls and imposing mountains in the background. From wooden bridges to a red schoolhouse, there are plenty of prime sites for photo opportunities to capture the day. The Nevada wedding venue offers an all-inclusive package of $7,000, which includes the ceremony and reception spaces, an in-house coordinator, a custom-built wedding arch and more. Toiyabe Golf Club can accommodate 20 to 200 guests.

Jacobs Berry Farm in Gardnerville, Nevada

For something a little bit country, Jacobs Berry Farm delivers some full-on charm thanks to its farmhouse dating back to 1869 and its 100-year-old barn. This working farm grows decadent blackberries and raspberries, meaning there's a berry field and orchard for some romantic wedding photos. There's also 9,000 square feet of lawn framed by tall trees and lush shrubs with peonies, roses and lilacs. Whether you want to celebrate outdoors on the farmstead near the apple trees or inside the barn under its soaring beams, this Nevada wedding venue is a magical setting for love.

Park Home Ranch in Minden, Nevada

Nestled in the heart of Carson Valley with sweeping views of the nearby Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, Park Home Ranch offers micro-wedding and weekend wedding packages. This wedding venue sits on 750 square miles of land; grass stretches out endlessly for an outdoor ceremony or lawn games during cocktail hour. There are also stables and a barn with two bars and a dance floor on site ready for the night's festivities.

Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada

If you want a wedding venue in true Las Vegas fashion, then Aria Resort & Casino might be exactly what you're looking for. It's sleek and contemporary, from its luxurious wedding chapel that holds up to 60 guests to the fireside lounge for up to 80 guests. Outside, there are several places to wed that emit big Vegas vibes. There are two poolsides—one with a lush tropical garden and the other surrounded by big city lights—and a terrace overlooking both pools under the starry Las Vegas sky.

Tahoe Blue Estate in Stateline, Nevada

Tahoe Blue Estate is ideal for couples looking for a small elopement or a micro-wedding. It's a vacation home that can accommodate 28 people with a three-night minimum stay, sitting on nearly two acres surrounded by seriously jaw-dropping views. The mansion is attached to boulders at the peak of a summit, providing vistas prime for memorable photo ops and a ceremony setting. Inside are windows lining one after the other looking out at the scenery.

Cascada Golf Club in Boulder City, Nevada

What do you get when you combine palm trees, a rolling golf course and a Tuscan-inspired villa set 3,200 feet above Boulder City in the River mountains? Cascata Golf Club, a timeless wedding venue in Nevada. Not only are the green grounds impeccable, but the villa emits an air of sophistication and makes you forget you're even in Nevada. It's hard to choose between hosting your reception dinner inside among the whitewashed walls and exposed wooden beams or al fresco on the marble patio overlooking the golf course under a canopy of lights.

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