South Dakota Wedding Vendors

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      IndigoBlue Photography
      MarketPlace Catering
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      Generation Tux
      Sundance Girl Photography
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      Laura Nerness Art & Photography
      Amanda Mitchell Photography
      The Event Design Agency
      It's Your Day Events and Rentals
      Creative Cupcake Shoppe
      The Studio I DO
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      Greg & LaRae Photography
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      Bricks Photography
      17 1
      Kalee Dalton Photography
      Glasser Images
      118 4
      Hitch Studio
      68 1
      Bravo Photography
      23 4
      Anthony Begley Cinematography
      The Bouqs Co.
      229 6

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      Local Wedding Vendors in South Dakota

      Rediscover America's Roots with Your South Dakota Wedding

      South Dakota's rich story encompasses Native American history, the Old West, and the development of striking landscapes. If you need ideas for your South Dakota wedding, you can easily draw upon South Dakota's rich history to celebrate your future.

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      Popular South Dakota Wedding Venues and Destinations

      Right in the heart of the nation, South Dakota welcomes you into the true American frontier. With Native American roots and historical monuments spread across the incredible landscape, South Dakota begs to be explored. The largest city in South Dakota, Sioux Falls, was named for the Sioux Tribe and the waterfalls in the midst of this growing and beautiful city. Graced by The Falls of the Big Sioux River, Falls Park is 123-acres with some of the oldest buildings in the city, built from the state's pink quartz. There are many other parks around the city-like Tuthill Park and McKennan Park-which serve as not only beautiful South Dakota wedding venues, but happen to be very economical options due to the natural landscape and décor.

      The Museum of Visual Materials in Sioux Falls is a free museum, gallery, and activity space, as well as a popular wedding venue. The space is open and airy, with exposed beams and brick, ideal for an urban wedding in South Dakota.

      Rapid City is ideal for folks who want to be able to explore Native American art & history, famous monuments, and the natural wonders that make South Dakota famous, while still being able to escape back to the city. Close to Mount Rushmore, the Crazy Horse Memorial, Custer State Park, and Badlands National Park, there's no shortage of incredible sites and wedding venues to explore near Rapid City. The truly adventurous can get married in Badlands National Park, with the remarkable stark landscape rising up behind you for a dramatic backdrop on your wedding day. Or try Custer State Park Resort-set in a wildlife sanctuary allowing bison herds to roam freely-where you can enjoy nature and a resort atmosphere all at the same time. With beautiful Sylvan Lake in the background and a variety of ceremony and reception sites available for any season, you're guaranteed a once-in-a-lifetime experience with this venue for your wedding in South Dakota.

      Wedding Décor and Weather

      South Dakota weather is dependent on season and location within the state, but overall the summers are quite warm and humid, while the winters are cold and dry. Be prepared for the weather at your venue and you're sure to have an incredible South Dakota wedding. A winter wedding can be regal and dramatic. Incorporate pinecones & branches flecked with metallic paint, and use bright white linens to echo the wintry landscape outdoors. If you'll be taking any pictures outside, plan on a warm wrap or beautiful vintage coat to keep you warm in freezing temperatures. A summer wedding will be warm, so consider a picnic inspiration with casual-chic gingham and a bright red and white color scheme. Incorporate checkered tablecloths and baskets for fruit or flowers on tabletops. An old-fashioned lemonade stand is a charming touch for beverages, and local flowers-thrown together as though gathered directly from a nearby field-give everything a homemade, welcoming atmosphere.

      Food and Music

      Germans were the first to settle in The Great Plains, so many of the foods you'll find here originated in Germany. Kuchen, for example, is a German cake with fruit or custard filling, and is the official dessert of South Dakota. End your wedding with kuchen and rhubarb pie-another South Dakota favorite-for a truly regional treat. Beef is also popular here, and chislic-bite-sized pieces of beef served on toothpicks-is a common snack in South Dakota. Ask a South Dakota wedding catering company how to incorporate these tasty bites, and anything else, into your wedding menu so you and your guests will have the energy for the party of a lifetime. Remember: you need the right soundtrack to take your wedding to new heights. A South Dakota wedding DJ can set the mood for each part of your South Dakota wedding.


      The cost of a wedding in South Dakota is about $15,000 below the national average, making a South Dakota wedding an affordable affair! Combine that with the lack of income tax in this state, and you're saving money for a beautiful future together.

      Marriage License

      A marriage license in South Dakota will cost you about $45 in cash. Both applicants must be there at the time of application with valid government-issued IDs and Social Security numbers, but do not need to be South Dakota residents. The license is issued the same day and must be used within 20 days.

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