I love the wedding hall at Sundance... but I like the interior of Hotel Park City much more! Is there a wedding hall there, too? Post a picture if you can find one!
My husband and I did a destination wedding-- we gathered our closest friends and family and went to the beach. After a little online investigation, we found a wedding planner who specialized in beach weddings, and he took care of EVERYTHING... at a pretty reasonable price. As for our experience with the prices and hidden costs: We paid a deposit upfront to secure our date with the resort and the services of the wedding planner (which included the minister, the live music, flowers, and professional photography/videography-- we just told him what we wanted and he coordinated everything!), and then paid separately for the reception and yet again for the cake. Afterwards, we paid the remaining balances to the wedding planner and to the resort. Both of us still feel like a destination wedding was the best way to go and would not have done it any other way. Some indoor places have rules about whether flower girls can drop real flower petals or if they must be silk... obviously on the beach they would blow away, so I got our flowergirl a tiny nosegay that matched the bridesmaids flowers. Problem solved! But there was not much stress at all-- the only thing that I ever worried about was making sure I could find bridesmaids dresses in the right sizes. LOL. We got married on the beach early in the morning and had a breakfast reception in the banquet room of the resort immediately afterwards. Reserve your date as soon as possible once you decide where you want to have your wedding!
So I really LIKE the ski breakfast idea! What time of day are you thinking of getting married?
I joked to my husband that Callie could be the ring bearer. LOLOL. Can you imagine a cat walking down the aisle with a pillow around its neck? You know, like the cat in the movie "meet the parents?" Ha, yeah right, most cats I know are not that disciplined