|By Marketwired .||
|June 23, 2014 10:05 AM EDT||
LAKE TAHOE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/23/14 -- Lake Tahoe is the perfect place for a dream destination wedding, with the majestic mountains surrounding the clear blue Lake. Today, wedding planning experts at TahoesBest.com announced the list of top venues and vendors for a 2014 wedding in Lake Tahoe.
"When you have Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada mountain range for your backdrop, there really is no finer place in the country for putting together the perfect destination wedding," says Lindsey Skinner, editor of TahoesBest.com. Enjoy the top venues and services to make the day absolutely perfect.
Selecting the Perfect Venue
North Shore's Tahoe Biltmore is a legend in its own time since it dates back to 1946 when celebrities of the day vacationed at Lake Tahoe. Although it is an older hotel and casino, the charm of yesteryear is still apparent. One nice thing about the Biltmore is that it is a very good value, and it has everything a couple on a budget needs to delight in their Lake Tahoe wedding and reception. It includes, a chapel that seats 50 guests, or if the bride and groom prefer the great outdoors, the balcony is roomier and offers fantastic views. The nearly 6,500 square foot classic ballroom is perfect for a reception, and they offer updated guestrooms, suites, and cottages that overlook the lake. Don't travel in a boring limo, use Tahoe Biltmore's unique and vintage Trolley that can be rented out by wedding groups for off site ceremonies.
Aston Lakeland Village Resort of South Lake Tahoe is nestled among the pines and offers guests stunning views all around. From the fabulous sunsets over the lake to 19 acres of verdant forest landscape, it provides the perfect romantic surroundings in which to celebrate the nuptials of a special couple. This is the place for the wedding party that deserves to be pampered with 260 luxurious condominiums, a private beach, 2 heated pools, hot tubs, a fitness center, and shuttle service to the best Lake Tahoe has to offer. Plan a beachfront wedding or choose any number of options.
Forest Suites Resort at Heavenly Village in South Shore presents several wedding packages to make planning the ideal ceremony easy. Their onsite intimate and romantic chapel is the perfect location for up to forty family members and friends to join a couple on their important day. If the bride and groom prefer to exchange their vows outdoors, the staff at Forest Suites can arrange beautiful beach weddings a short distance from the resort. Another spectacular setting for the ceremony is above the lake on the Heavenly Observation Deck. The view overlooking gorgeous Lake Tahoe and the scenic gondola ride up the mountain is a memorable experience for wedding parties and guests.
More Memory Creating Services
A Tahoe Wedding Planner is a great resource for everything that a bride and groom need to plan their perfect wedding day simply but beautifully. When couples hire the best planner in the Lake Tahoe region, the day they pledge their love becomes a time they will remember fondly for years to come. No matter which shore the couple chooses for their nuptials, this is the local expert to help pull everything together, from the ceremony through the reception and even local accommodations. Their options are many and they think of everything, which takes the pressure off the couple so they might relax and enjoy their wedding day to the fullest.
Chris Beck Photography captures wedding memories that couples can cherish forever. A local professional living with his family in beautiful Truckee, California, and serving as the areas incomparable wedding photographer since 1995, Chris knows how to seize the moments. Wedding photos are important and his objective is to give the bride and groom amazing reflections of their special day. Chris concentrates his efforts on the bride and groom and their love, but he has a unique talent that is unsurpassed in capturing the fun and magic of a wedding day in the Lake Tahoe region.
Bio Spirit Day Spa is located in South Lake Tahoe, and it is the place for couples and wedding parties to care for their body and spirit before or even after the wedding. Therapists are trained in a variety of massage techniques that encourage overall body relaxation and wellness, and each session can be customized. This is also an incredible idea for a 2-hour bridesmaids pampering party before the big day. Bio Spirit offers a variety of spa options including facials, fantastic foot treatments, exfoliating scrubs, and much more. They even offer light catering during their pamper parties.
For a full list of wedding vendors and services to help plan the big day with as little stress as possible use Tahoe's Best wedding guide: http://www.tahoesbest.com/weddings
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