1.) Photos – Your only problem will be which spot to choose. Best part? Accessibility. And yes, you can get there in a wedding dress.
2.) Options – Close your eyes and picture your dream setting. Was it this?
Or maybe this? Thought so.
3.) Photos – (Seriously, they’re going to be that good.) Plan as much time as you can. Then double it. Don’t worry—you don’t need to look perfect for the long shots.
4.) Crowds – As in, there aren’t any. Even during tourist season, it’s not overwhelmingly busy because there’s so much to do within a 100-mile radius.
5.) Bang for your Buck – You can have a lot more wedding because the scenery is free. Bonus for your guests: Area attractions are family-friendly and affordable. Insider tip: Book outside of the summer tourist season for the best deals. Your guests will thank you when they snag a deal, and another added bonus: Springtime is full of baby wildlife!
6.) Speaking of Wildlife…they roam freely here. Custer State Park, a top state attraction, is known for its herd of 1,300 free-roaming bison, and you can often get right in the middle of them.
7.) Ease of Itinerary Planning – Quaint B&B for a night? Check. Wine tour with the bridesmaids? Check. Microbrew tour? National Parks & Monuments? Scenic drives and byways? Check, check, and check out: http://blackhillsbadlands.com/suggested-itineraries for ideas.