Colorado, middle of the United States, who would have thought that it is home to some of the most romantic wedding locations out there? Whether you are up in the Rockies or on the Front Range, mountain vistas, aspen groves, luxe log cabins and fields of wildflowers abound. Of all the places I’ve traveled, I love the diversity and beauty of the Colorado Rockies. I love working with couples who choose their location as part of their story. Here are a few of my favorite romantic mountain wedding venues in Colorado, ideal for any couple looking to start their love story in the mountains! Lets go!
Tenmile Station – Breckenridge
Tucked away in the National Forest, TenMile Station captures the romantic past of the Old West, as well as the breathtaking natural beauty of Breckenridge Mountain. This venue provides the charm of downtown Breckenridge, as well as the seclusion of its location, on top of Peak 9. A rustic vibe combines with incredible service to usher you into married life without a care in the world.
The Little Nell – Aspen
An intimate location surrounded in splendor. Whether you stay in town and celebrate at one of hotel’s restaurants or salons, or board the gondola to say “I do” at 11,000 feet on the Aspen Wedding Deck followed by dinner and dancing in the Sundeck or the Aspen Mountain Club, The Little Nell aims to create celebrations that touch the soul. So many jaw-dropping views for all your wedding photos!
St. Regis Aspen – Aspen
Aspen is known for luxury weddings and St Regis is no exception. The courtyard that resembles a fairytale with stunning views of Aspen Mountain. And the ballroom is just waiting to be transformed to the vision you have for your wedding day. You will be amazed at the beauty and amenities of this location.
Allie’s cabin – Beaver creek
For a more intimate experience, head to Allie’s Cabin, tucked into an aspen grove at the base of Beaver Creek. Eclectic 19th century furnishings and a locally inspired menu will transport you back to the era when the cabin’s namesake, Allie Townsend, lived. Sip cocktails on the deck in the summer, or watch winter snow fall from around the fireplace after a sleigh ride to dinner.