Wedding planning is stressful enough. You factored in the potential of things like blistering heat or rain fall on your your list of "what if" situations...but a world wide pandemic? You never saw that coming.

In a perfect world, you'd be able to postpone to a future date where your venue and all of your vendors are still available. It'd be a date where all of your guests could make it. Sure, having to swallowing the cost of getting "change the dates" printed but it'll be okay.

Unfortunately, nothing about 2020 is perfect and dozens of Treasure Valley brides have had their hard work turned upside down. Luckily, the Grove Hotel is stepping up to make things a little easier for couples who have had big days destroyed by the pandemic.

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They're giving away an incredible 10 wedding packages for couples to have their weddings on their newly remodeled terrace this upcoming August! Each wedding package is valued at $4500 and includes some things you, on your own, would shell even more out for. Here's what's included:

  • Complimentary understated decor and arch
  • Access to adjoining Terrace Suites for three hours
  • Complimentary set up and tear down
  • Seating for 50
  • Complimentary room at The Grove Hotel on your wedding night
  • Professional wedding photographer (as a somewhat newly wed, let me tell you this is HUGE!)

Of course, if you already have decor and photography covered you're welcome to use the vendors you booked but the two photographers they're working with have BEAUTIFUL portfolios. You can see them here: Two Bird Studio | Taylor Bellais Photography

This opportunity is HUGE! The Grove was a venue we considered for our wedding two years ago but we couldn't make it work with our budget. It's a gorgeous venue and you won't be disappointed with having your big day there!

To Enter:

Couples need to shoot a short video introducing themselves and why having the opportunity to hold your ceremony at The Grove is important to you. Entries are due by 11:59 p.m. on July 6.