A lifetime of memories begins right here. With sweeping views of the majestic Sawtooth Mountains and the warmth and charm of a historic ski town, Sun Valley Resort is an idyllic destination to kick off your happily ever after. Our four-season setting offers spectacular indoor and outdoor wedding venues for gatherings of all sizes. As a full-service resort, all our facilities fall under one umbrella, simplifying the planning of everything from horseback rides to cocktail hour. 

Weddings & Events Guide

Venue Locations


Wedding Cakes

The wedding cake is truly the signature piece of your wedding. The Sun Valley sugar artistes use their vast knowledge and experience in creating some of the most beautiful cakes from traditional to the most elaborate designs.

Our Recommendations

Vanilla Sponge with Vanilla Cream and/or Fresh Seasonal Fruits
Vanilla Sponge with Lemon Curd and/or Fresh Seasonal Fruits
Chocolate Sponge with Chocolate Mousse filling
Honey Spice Cake with Cream Cheese filling
Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese filling

Cake pricing starts at $7.00 per person.  

This is just a sample of what Sun Valley Company can do for you. Creating your vision of the perfect cake is our specialty!

Handcrafted Confections: Priced according to selections.

* 25% of the event's total anticipated revenue is due at the time the reservation is made as a nonrefundable deposit. Reservations are not guaranteed until the deposit is received. Rental Fee Pricing valid through December 31, 2014.

Sun Valley Company venues and facilities may be reserved for wedding ceremonies and receptions within 12 months of the date you wish to reserve. Prior to 12 months, names are added to a waiting list on a first come first serve basis.

Megan Gergen, Wedding & Special Events Coordinator:

(208) 622-2101

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