The Adirondacks' coolest place to tie the knot!
Say "I do" to an Adirondack Wedding

Saranac Lake offers a mix of amazing venues, talented craftspeople, tasty food, and even live musicians: all to make your wedding even more memorable.

Our hospitality tradition embraces friends and family for this most joyous occasion. 

The Spaces

We have breathtaking scenery that extends for acres, in all directions. Our abundant mountains, lakes, and forests means choosing the perfect backdrop has never been easier.
 
Whether it's the delicate gold and green of spring, the sunshine on blue water of summer, the blazing red and purple glory of autumn, or the sparkling contrast of a breaktaking winter wedding, we have the color scheme to compliment any design.
 
Perch on a rock, pose on a bridge, hold hands on a dock, or say "I do" in a canoe.

The Places 

We have unique venues which will enhance the special gathering. From interesting turn-of-the-century churches to gazebos and pavilions which bring the outdoors right into the reception, there is a beautiful setting for any dream.
 
Adirondack architecture is based on incorporating nature elements. This leads to the soaring ceilings and wide windows of our Great Rooms, which wraps any gathering in warmth.
 
This tradition is reflected in our lake homes, boathouses, mountain retreats, and Great Camps. From historic inns to charming B&Bs, a giant stone fireplace to white tents for a glowing garden wedding, we have a marvelous setting to enhance the entire experience.

The Faces

We have local artisans offering support for every aspect of the occasion, from beauty prep and flowers to a dance-filled reception.
 
Craft distinctive invitations and wedding favors with our calligraphers and artists. Our florists know just the right ferns, barks, and blooms to create delightful bouquets, boutonnieres, and table centerpieces. Fiddler to play the Wedding March? Band to keep them dancing into the night? Just ask us.
 
Our local restaurants, caterers, bakeries, breweries, and wineries offer a distinctive and delicious array of choices. We even have event planners to help pull it all together and make it all happen in the right order.
 

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017
Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017

Come and learn to identify wild local edible plants with our expert Patricia Banker from Cornell University Cooperative Extension!
Patricia will answer your questions about how to cultivate...

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017

Join VIC Naturalists for a guided paddle on Barnum Pond via Barnum Brook. This two-hour program starts with a brief walk to our dock and includes at least one hour on the water. This is a perfect...

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017

Meet at Trudeau Institute, 154 Algonquin Avenue, for a tour of one of Saranac Lake's first cure cottages and to visit the statue of Dr. Trudeau. Meet at the sign by "Little Red...

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Saturday, August 19th, 2017
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Join In Our Cool Adirondack Traditions Our scenic location, rugged beauty, and abundant wilderness led the small village of Saranac Lake into the cool ways of life we still observe today.