by Melissa Langford
Jeremy Ranch Golf & Country Club is one of Park City’s secret gems. Only fifteen minutes up Parleys Canyon from the foothills in Salt Lake City, they are the closest Park City venue to SLC. Our editorial team here at Utah Bride & Groom sat down with Jeremy Ranch’s Angela Livingston to talk about what makes their venue unique and ways to incorporate landscape in a wedding, here’s what she had to say.
Tell us, what’s it like to host a wedding at Jeremy Ranch Golf Course & Country Club?
“What’s great about hosting a wedding with us, is the fact that you don’t have to be a club member to have a wedding here. We have reserved dates throughout the year so that anyone can enjoy the beautiful landscape that our members love and cherish for your wedding or special event.
As a premier Country Club we offer award winning cuisine, high quality service and the special attention to make your dream wedding come together. We can help you with all or part of the planning process. You also have the advantage of our relationships with the best vendors in the industry.”
What makes Jeremy Ranch different from other wedding venues in Utah?
“One of the special things about Jeremy Ranch Golf & Country Club is the landscape. Unlike any other Park City venue, our clubhouse surrounded by a stunning golf course with expansive views of East Canyon.”
As a premier golf course and country club, do you host weddings year-round?
“Even with golf tournaments and club-exclusive events, we do host weddings year-round! Our large indoor and outdoor spaces make it easy to accommodate the changing seasons for any wedding.”
What’s your best advice for brides trying to incorporate a venue’s natural beauty in their wedding?
“The mountains in Utah are a great bonus to any outdoor wedding. Using the correct lighting and minimalist décor sets the tone and makes the space more inviting. The beautiful scenery should not take away from your big day. In fact, it should add to it.”
What is your best advice for couples who are venue shopping?
“Know your budget and limitations of the venue before you say yes. Also, always be flexible with outside space and weather. Your venue should help you with a plan B just in case weather isn’t on your side.”
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