Valhalla Grand Hall, Lake Tahoe wedding ceremony photos – Lindsay & Dan
The historic Valhalla Grand Hall is a beautiful location for a Lake Tahoe wedding.
Lindsay and Dan held their wedding ceremony at the Valhalla Grand Hall in South Lake Tahoe. Valhalla means “heavenly place” in Norwegian, and this building and location are certainly in a heavenly place. The Grand Hall is located along the sourth east shore of Lake Tahoe and is certainly a romantic site for a wedding.
The Valhalla Grand Hall was built in 1924 and has beautifully detailed wood and stone features including a wrap-around, lodge pole pine porch with gorgeous views of the lake. Inside there are hardwood floors and the French doors open onto the porch and a large lawn. At one end of the hall is a huge 20-foot tall stone fireplace and walk-in hearth that served as the backdrop for Lindsay and Dan’s wedding ceremony.
Lindsay and Dan's mothers light the unity candles to start the wedding ceremony at the Valhalla Grand Hall on the shores of Lake Tahoe.
Lindsay enters the Valhalla Grand Hall from the upstairs balcony - bridesmaids take a peek at the grand hall from a room on the second floor.
Lindsay's mother and father walked her down the aisle at the Valahlla Grand Hall.
Lindsay puts the wedding band on Dan's finger.
The kiss - and the lighting of the unity candle - a celebration of the newlyweds.
Mr. & Mrs. Dan McLean are presented to the guests at the Valhalla Grand Hall.
The happy couple.
Lindsay and Dan walk through a shower of wedding bubbles outside of the Valhalla Grand Hall following their wedding ceremony.
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