Colorado, encompassing the beautiful Southern Rocky Mountains and home to four national parks, is a popular state for couples looking to tie the knot.
The Western state’s relaxed marriage laws also add to its attraction for couple’s marrying as they don’t require witnesses, there’s no long waiting period and couples can self-solemnize their own marriage. Colorado also welcomes non-US citizens looking to marry away from home, making it a popular spot for those looking to elope.
In this article, you’ll discover Colorado’s top places to get married…
Larkspur Event Venue & Restaurant
Located in Eagle County’s Vail, Larkspur wedding venues are ideal for those wanting a wedding with a spectacular view – or for those looking to incorporate skiing into their special day.
Larkspur is at the base of the Golden Peak, providing guests with a backdrop of the mountain range and offers a variety of both indoor and outdoor spaces.
The venue is spread over 5,500 sq. ft and caters for up to 500 guests. Larkspur comes complete with a bar, outdoor patio, food market, open kitchen and several dining rooms, conference rooms and a ballroom style room.
The Lyons Farmette
This four-acre property situated within Lyons, Boulder can accommodate up to 125 guests. The site features a large barn, farmette house, indoor kitchen and houses with a vegetable and herb garden – as well as several farm animals.
Lyons Farmette offers a view of cottonwood trees and greenery with a small stream and boutique flower farm, providing a quirky and authentic feel for their brides & grooms-to-be.
Piney River Ranch
A 40-acre haven at the base of Colorado’s Gore Range and on the edge of Piney Lake.
This venue hosts weddings from the end of June through to the end of September and holds up to 200 guests within their event area. Piney Ranch houses a main lodge, large pavilions, six guest cabins and three glamping tents – all of which can be hired for a wedding.
It also boasts views of the mountain range, lake, and waterfalls for couples with a love of the outdoors and natural beauty.
Situated close to Denver, Colorado’s Villa Parker is a Mediterranean style estate hosting wedding parties for up to 200 people.
The villa hosts both indoor and outdoor receptions and features a courtyard, gardens, and canopied patio with views of the mountains.
Villa Parker offers a bridal suite for the wife-to-be, and a ballroom often used for evening receptions.
The Pinery at the Hill
This Tuscan-style resort is in downtown Colorado Springs and showcases modern facilities and a view of the Colorado skyline for up to 200 guests.
The resort encompasses 22,000 sq. ft of land and offers several wedding packages – all with use of the venue and grounds, bar, and their gourmet cuisine.
Colorado is home to a variety of highly rated and reviewed wedding venues, each offering a different feel to fit the interests of the bride and groom.
For those looking for a venue with attractive scenery, desirable features, and a day to remember, Colorado’s top places to get married won’t disappoint.