When it comes to getting married in the mountains, Lake Tahoe offers an incredible range of options. We have everything from remote mountaintop elopements to multiday events at lakefront resorts. This Rainbow Lodge wedding is my first at this unique, historic venue and I cannot wait to go back. Brianna and Andrew live here year-round. So, they know that there are special off-the-beaten path places to get married in Tahoe.
Rainbow Lodge is over 150 years old and sits on 114 acres of pristine landscape at the top of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. The peaceful solitude and remote beauty of this location is perfect for any private event. No other weddings happening simultaneously on the property. No beachgoers eavesdropping on the sidelines as you read your wedding vows. Rainbow Lodge now promotes weddings year-round. This means they now have more dates available for events. On top of that, they know what it takes to help you throw a truly memorable celebration.
After their Chimney Beach engagement photos, I knew that Brianna and Andrew’s wedding would be an awesome party. Their friend Isaac from Music in Tahoe brought his band Funksalot. A funk band will definitely get everyone dancing! But the real showstopper was when Andrew performed a DJ set at the reception. In addition to their ceremony photos, some of my favorite photos from their wedding come from their dance party reception under the stars. I also love the outdoor fire pit for a break from dancing.
Get Married in Truckee
Do you want to get married in Truckee? Truckee has several high quality venues that are perfect for weddings. Check out this PJs Grays Crossing wedding to get a feel for a modern space on a golf course. Cedar House Sport Hotel weddings are another favorite for many Lake Tahoe brides.