Boise Top 10 Best Places to Get Married (How is this possible?!)
So, we're a week into February, now, and the Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day are pretty much all the talk — and with Valentine's Day being right around the corner, we recently looked into the best places for finding your significant other — and let’s just say it didn't look good for Idaho.
Apparently, both Idaho and Utah have the least amount of single people in the country.
So, that's why we're confused by this new report that says Boise is one of the best places for getting married. If we're one of the worst places for dating and finding your significant other — how can this be?
There’s a recent article from WalletHub that shares the best and worst places to get married. They said...
"We compared more than 180 U.S. cities to find the cheapest and most convenient wedding destinations that also promise a memorable day. We examined each city across 26 key indicators of wedding-friendliness, ranging from average wedding cost to venues and event spaces per capita to hotel availability."
Of those 180 U.S. cities... Boise ranked #10
Here's what WalletHub shared about Boise...
Getting Married in Boise (1=Best; 91=Avg.):
18th – Avg. Wedding Cost
50th – Wedding Chapels & Churches per Capita
77th – Event Planners per Capita
31st – Bridal Shops per Capita
68th – Flower & Gift Shops per Capita
47th – Musicians & DJs per Capita
43rd – Videographers & Photographers per Capita
Keep scrolling for Valentine's date ideas and what Idaho men/women REALLY want for Valentine's day 👇