Weddings and St. George
Red Hills Desert Garden
Cactus may not be fit for bouquets, but who needs a florist when you can be surrounded by thousands of unique desert plants? Red Hills Desert Garden is a beautiful buffet of native flora and rare fauna like the Virgin River Roundtail Chub.
The Red Hills Desert Garden has 19 special gardens featuring plants found in the St. George areas such as wildflower, sage and yucca gardens. Such a unique spot is sure to enhance your wedding photos and atmosphere with a flavor only Southern Utah could provide.
St. George LDS Temple
This location may not be an option for non-LDS couples, but it's certainly worth a visit with your sweetheart. This LDS Temple was the first built after Brigham Young and the Mormon settlers reached Utah. As the first LDS Temple west of the Mississippi River, it's a historic landmark surrounded by beautiful garden grounds, fountains and more.
Pioneer Park & Tonaquint Nature Center
If you prefer a relaxed, outdoor environment for your big day, consider one of St. George's beautiful public parks. Pioneer Park is full of unique red sandstone arches and other rock formations, hugged by gentle freshwater streams and bright green grass. For the adventurous couple there are spots to hike, climb and explore the skyline of St. George.
Every year you walk through Tonaquint Park Gardens, you're bound to see a woman in white and her fiancé posing in front of the unique plant life or red rocks around the park. This is a popular spot for wedding photos, parties and family events of all types.