Q: What is the difference between an Elopement and a Micro Wedding

A: Elopements are considered intimate celebrations with a max of 10 people including the couple. 

Micro Weddings are considered small weddings with up to 30 people including the couple.  

Q: What is the minimum amount of people required?

A: For Elopements and Vow Renewals the minimum can be just the two of you or as many as 10 people.

For Micro Weddings, the minimum can be as few as 10 people or as large as 50 people. 

Q: What is the maximum amount of people? 

A: At the moment, we are capping our Micro Weddings at 50 people. If you would like to use our booking tool for a larger guest count, please reach out to us and we can try to accommodate. 

Q. Do you book the venue for us? 

A: No, because each venue’s requirements and services vary, we will not be booking the venue on your behalf, but rather will connect you with the venues that reflect your budget and style.
We will connect you to the sales manager so that you can talk to him or her directly about pricing, their contract, and their services. You will pay the venue directly for all services. Please note that Tahoe Unveiled is not liable or responsible for any actions or liabilities associated with the venue or for any agreement(s) entered into directly between you and a venue.

Q: What are all the wedding venue options? 

A: Take a look at the "Venues" portfolio to view some of our venues. All of the venues we work with are vetted by our team to ensure quality service and maintained grounds. 

Q: What is your cancellation policy? 

A: While we connect you with vendors, we are not contracting with you or exchanging money. Therefore, if you cancel, you will have to abide by the terms and conditions stated on each of your vendor contracts. 

Q: What if I need to Reschedule my date? 

A: Reach out to all of your vendors directly and discuss rescheduling with each of them. Whether you are choosing to or have to reschedule, most vendors try to accommodate as much as possible. If you settle on a date that some vendors are not available, please keep in mind this typically means you will lose the deposit(s) paid. 

Q: Who do I contact if I have questions? 

A: If you have questions during the booking process, you are always welcome to reach out to us via Weddings@TahoeUnveiled.com. We can schedule a time to talk to answer all questions. 

If you have specific questions about your vendor services after booking, we recommend reaching out to your vendors. If at anytime you need more information, you are welcome to reach out to us. 


Q: Do you create my timeline? 

A: No, we don't create your timeline, or manage all vendor services after booking. If you would like this service, we highly encourage you to request a wedding planner and we will connect you with a planner. 

Q: Is Full Wedding Planning included in your services? 

A: While we are simplifying a huge part of the wedding planning process with our booking concierge service, we are not your wedding planner. If you would like assistance with creating a wedding day timeline, figuring out event setup, relaying all timing and event logistics with vendors, etc, you will want to book a wedding planner. Simply request a wedding planner from our questionnaire.

Q: What is the Best Time Of Year to get married in Lake Tahoe? 

A: Lake Tahoe is pretty much incredible year round. The following describes the perks of each season: 

Summer - warm days (70 - 90 degrees), cool nights (50 - 70degrees), beach days, many outdoor activities and adventure opportunities. This is also the peak season so expect higher rates all around. 

Fall - cooler days (70's) and nights (40 - 60 degrees), fewer crowds, many outdoor activities and adventure opportunities. Lodging and activity rates tend to dip after mid-September. Some activity businesses close for the season around October 10th. 

Winter - snow ( 10 - 40 degrees), snow sports (skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, x-country skiing, snow tubing, sledding, ice skating, etc). Ski resort lodging is expensive, but all other options are usually less expensive than the summer. Holidays and weekends are often very busy at the ski resorts. Wedding venues and vendors tend to have more availability and flexibility during the winter. 

Spring - Crisp days (30 - 50 degrees) and nights (10 - 30 degrees) with few crowds. Snow, rain, and sun are all frequent during the spring in Tahoe. Depending on the snow pack, all snow sports are usually open until beginning to mid April. Ski resorts usually stay open until the end of April, if not later. Wedding venues, vendors, and lodging accommodations tend to have more availability and flexibility during the Spring. 

Q: Midweek vs. Weekend

A: Midweek pros - fewer crowds, higher chance of booking your ideal vendors, more access to trails and beaches. 

Weekend pros - guests tend to all have weekends off, but weekends are busy in Tahoe and there is a chance vendors may be booked up. 

Q: Are you inclusive to everyone? 

A: YES!!! Love is love. We celebrate and welcome everyone!!!