Venues

To view each venue's website, please click on the image to the left of the description.  Keep in mind this is a small list of local venues we prefer.  Crux has many private homes, venues and facilities that we can recommend depending on your needs and taste.  Please call us for more venue information.

 

 

 

Huddled deep inside one of America’s premier winter paradises, the Cedar House strives to provide not only a perfect snowy getaway – but a complete destination experience. Fused from unrefined and recycled materials, the Cedar House encourages the natural connection between the human body and the landscape we exist in. And with crisp mountain air and dashing snow-capped peaks, the most organic sense of adventure awaits.
 

 

 

 

Set amidst Lake Tahoe's scenic beauty and rugged mountains, the elegantly charming PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn is the perfect place to make your Lake Tahoe wedding come true!

 

 

 

 

Tahoe Donner is a hidden gem set right above the heart of Truckee. Not only can you have your wedding here, you can offer your guests the perfect vacation.

 

 

 

 

 

We've Got 'Something Blue' Covered    

 

 

 

 

Your Special Day Deserves an Extraordinary Setting.

A classic mountain lodge and a stunning alpine venue make for a truly special destination wedding, where friends and family gather in a Village reserved as your own.

 

 

 

 

 

Northstar California Resort, located between the North Shore of Lake Tahoe and the town of Truckee, is an exceptional setting for your Lake Tahoe wedding.  Whether you're looking to get married on our Golf Course or prefer the majestic mountain for your wedding backdrop, we offer year-round options for your unforgettable wedding.     

 

 

 

 

 

The Stanford Alpine Chalet is a charming mountain retreat offering individual accommodations and exclusive use for groups.  Nestled beneath the pines with panoramic mountain views, the Chalet is located in a quiet neighborhood at the base of Alpine Meadows Ski Resort, North Lake Tahoe, California