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Becoming Images is a boutique wedding photography studio based in Juneau, Alaska although Penny, the owner, has been known to wander the world doing what she loves. Penny has been documenting life, love, and laughter for more than 15 years. She has traveled from all over the world and covered more... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
We go BEYOND just music and a microphone! We're here to CELEBRATE! We like to bring a energized, party atmosphere, to our events. From interacting with your gust, Mission Impossible Themed Garter Tosses, actual Live Deejay Mixing when it's time to SHAKE YO GROOVE THANG on the dance floor, to having... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
Big Sky Blessing is a unique wedding officiant business that was built by Adam and a Cristina Watson in Red Lodge, Montana. They had 3 successful years officiating weddings. They recently moved to Palmer Alaska and decided to grow their wedding business in Alaska. The business is run a by... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
Fera Photography is an experienced, adventurous wedding photography service based in Juneau, Alaska. Offering honest, sincere snapshots, this photographer focuses on creating candid keepsakes for their clients. With a versatile approach and ample experience, they can help capture your celebration no... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
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Based out of Fairbanks, Alaska, Gabriel King Photography is a studio that offers wedding photography and portraiture. Owner and lead photographer Gabriel found his passion for photography in 2007. Since moving to Alaska in 2016, he has made this passion into a full-time career. This Alaska Bridal... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
Ambience Photography is a wedding photography business based in Wasilla, Alaska. The company is owned by Heather Dunn, and it has been in operation for almost 20 years. Heather uses her creativity mixed with years of technical skill and professional equipment to create beautiful imagery. Her passion... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
Plan. Organize. Communicate. Relax & take a deep breath… A former kQ bride, now a happily hitched, Mrs. Fox once said “Communicate what you want. Hire people you trust & get out of their way. Make sure you do your homework, figure out what it is you want or at least a direction & communicate that to... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
Based in Anchorage, Alaska, Xpreshun Films is a wedding videography business owned and operated by Bryan Pentecostes. Boasting over a decade of experience, Bryan’s passion for filming and documenting life began as a child, where he developed a strong interest in cameras. As a storyteller by nature,... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
Hey there! I'm Emmie, and I'm so glad you made it here. I am passionate about capturing joy-filled love stories as authentically as possible. Photos are a powerful way to look back on a moment, and I believe you have a story worth telling. Whether you're looking for engagement photos, or someone to... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
Rawsome Photography is a full-service wedding photography studio operating out of Anchorage, Alaska. Owner Oksana Skolnaja is an award-winning photographer who brings over a decade of professional experience to every couple she captures. Passionate and personable, she has a carefully-honed... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
Emily Jordan Photography is a wedding photography company based in Seward, Alaska. Owner Emily believes in the power of positivity, and she approaches each new day with indomitable energy and enthusiasm. Her career has taken her all over the world, from Greece to Thailand, from Maine to her adoptive... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
Taylor Made Things Co Events is a wedding coordination firm based in Anchorage, Alaska. The company is a Black-owned, woman-owned business that provides a variety of services to fit the needs of different couples. The owner of the company has designed each package while considering her clients’ busy... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
Chugach Peaks Photography is a team of wedding photographers based in Anchorage, Alaska. With diverse photography backgrounds, the photographers are versatile and use a friendly, unobtrusive approach. They edit photos without using any Photoshop gimmicks, special effects, filters, or weird poses... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
Wedding Creative and Design guides and assists brides so they can enjoy their dream wedding. Planning a wedding can be a very taunting task and a full time job. We become your right hand person so that you can cherish your day without the stress. (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
Dianne’s Wild Fork Catering is a family-owned wedding catering business in Anchorage, Alaska, deeply rooted in their local community and specializing in fresh, delicious food. While initially operating as a dine-in restaurant, the company has transformed into an exclusively mobile catering business,... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
Cultured Esthetics, formerly known as Beauty by Belle was started in 2016, my passion for beauty began way before knowing this would become my career. At the age of 18 I did my first wedding party and from there my beauty fire was ignited, I realized I could use my art and passion to create a... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
Hey! I'm Connor and I would love to capture YOUR story! I have lived in Palmer, Alaska for nearly my whole life. I'm always excited for the next outdoor adventure, camping trip, and cup of coffee! I love taking photos of people madly in love. It's 100% the most rewarding career in the world! I have... (Wedding Vendors Alaska)
The northernmost state in the nation, Alaska is an explorer's dream. Plan your dream Alaska wedding for an unforgettable experience.
There is no way to visit Alaska without encountering awe-inspiring beauty. The landscape here is seemingly untouched, and wildlife is truly wild and everywhere. Everywhere you go in Alaska you can explore the surrounding wilderness, but in Anchorage, you can also return to the comforts of a city. Anchorage is Alaska's largest city, and though it began as a frontier town, it is now a booming draw in the Land of the Midnight Sun. Here you can hike mountains, visit clear mountain lakes, and climb glaciers, all among the moose, eagles, and other wildlife occupying Alaska. If you're in the mood for a metropolitan escape, Anchorage also offers all the comforts of city life, with museums, theatre, restaurants, and more. The Alaska Native Heritage Center celebrates the culture of all Alaskans. You can hold your wedding here, with Lake Tiulana and lush mountains serving as your backdrop in any season.
Homer, a small town of about 5,000, is beautifully situated beneath the Kenai Mountains and on the banks of Kachemak Bay. Homer Spit, a 4.5-mile long strip of land that stretches into Kachemak Bay, is full of folks every summer. Boats and birders float in and out, while people fish for salmon and meander along the beach. For those seeking a bit of indulgence after hiking or exploring local glaciers in Homer, Second Star is the destination for you. This Alaska wedding venue, located right on Kachemak Bay, encompasses the best of Alaskan nature and spectacularly indulgent comforts for your Alaska wedding.
Juneau, Alaska's picturesque state capital, is nestled between Mount Roberts, Mount Juneau, and the Gastineau Channel and can only be reached by boat or plane. For a truly Alaskan experience, visit the Juneau icefield. There are 38 major glaciers included in this 1,500 square mile icefield, many of which can be hiked and explored. You can even plan a tiny ceremony on a glacier! If you're a fan of wildlife and are here in the summer, take one of the whale-watching tours offered in the area, where you can see orcas, humpback whales, sea lions, and porpoises. As one of Alaska's oldest cities, Juneau has no shortage of history or nature to explore. But, if you'd like to break away from this aspect of Juneau for your Alaska wedding, Suite 907 is the perfect Alaska wedding venue. This sizable locale has an LED dance floor and plenty of room for your event so you can plan the wedding of a lifetime.
As one might expect, it's cold in Alaska, but because this state is huge, just how cold depends on where you are. The Northern Interior of Alaska gets the coldest, while the Interior region generally has warm summers. Do your research and pay attention to the region's weather patterns as you plan your wedding, and you can prepare accordingly. Regardless of the season, allow your décor to reflect the majesty of nature in Alaska. Incorporate native plants into your décor and use swaths of evergreen branches in lieu of fabric across the walls. Let the colors of the surrounding glaciers and forests be your inspiration, and use icy blues and forest greens for a regal Alaska wedding.
If you're planning an elegant wedding, include Alaskan King Crab and smoked salmon on your menu for a decadent seafood fête. For a more casual or lodge-themed wedding, consider unusual Alaskan foods like Reindeer dogs or caribou for a local delight. Either way, an Alaska wedding caterer can help you choose the menu that's right for your wedding. Keep spirits high with an Alaska wedding band to bring live music to your event. You and your guests will enjoy dancing into the night with the right music for your wedding in Alaska.
Weddings in Alaska are on par with the national average, so you shouldn't expect any crazy expenses (unless you plan a glacier-top wedding, which is only reachable by helicopter!). There's no sales tax here, and Alaska residents don't pay income tax either. There is a vehicle rental tax here, as well as bed taxes and an excise tax on overnight accommodations in Alaska waters, so consider these travel costs as you plan your Alaska wedding.
A marriage license in Alaska costs approximately $60, but applicants don't need to be Alaska residents. Bring a government-issued ID and birth certificate to present proof of age, and plan ahead as there is a three-day waiting period after applying for your marriage license. After the license has been issued, it remains valid for three months from the date of issue.