In your elopement to the Mile High City, why not take your event to the coolest urban neighborhood around? RINO, an acronym for River North Art District, is an entire hood made up of stunning murals and graffiti. Choose your favorite piece as the backdrop to exchange your vows and then have an amazing variety of colors, shapes and images to enhance those images capturing your first kiss as husband and wife. This location is free of charge and there are lots of restaurants in the area to choose from after you exchange your vows.
If you and your honey are lovers of nature, the Denver Botanic Gardens is one of the best gardens in the states. With species from all over the globe, their gardens range from Japanese Gardens, to high desert flower, from oak groves to aquatic beauties. This location does require a $100 photography permit (that doesn’t include fee for ceremony), but it’s well worth it! Say your vows among the flowers and bees.
If you’re a fan of city skylines and mountainous backdrops, then City Park is a great ceremony location for you. In the spring, the trees are covered with cherry blossoms, and in the fall it’s an explosion of bright fall colors. With water features and wide open skies, you can’t go wrong with City Park for your ceremony spot. This location is permit and fee free.
Located right off the interstate on 45th Ave in N. Denver, Fort Greene is a hidden gem in the city. Their old-world decor echoes Cuba or NYC circa 1950. The intimate size is perfect for accommodating your intimate affair. Ask us directly about rates for this stunning inner-city selection.
Art lovers of the world, brace yourselves. Get married amongst portraits and paintings, murals and sculptures, installations and drawings. The Denver Art Museum has a vast collection which includes Picasso, Dechamp, Georgia O’Keefe, a robust collection of Native American Art and more. If your vibe is a bit quieter and surrounded by historical greats, this is the ceremony spot for you. For ceremonies involving just the two of you, this location is free of charge.
If you’re a fan of the outdoors, one of the best backdrops near Denver are the Flatirons, which overlook the great city of Boulder. Draped with wildflowers and low forest foliage, Chautauqua Park is a great spot you don’t have to hike into to get a stunning view. Just a brief 45 minutes out of Boulder, you can’t go wrong with this beautiful outdoor location for your ceremony. Travel fees may apply.
If you and your honey are seeking to immerse yourself in the great outdoors, few beat the natural beauties of Rocky Mountain National Park. With private lakesides to choose from and the Rockies at your back, your photos will be nothing short of epic. You have the option of either taking a day trip (The Rockies are about a 2-hour drive outside of Denver), or find a lakeside cabin to nuzzle up in after your ceremony. Travel fees may apply.
If geology is your vibe, we highly recommend South Valley Park. Mountain meets desert at this stunning location, which offers a variety of backdrops including gripping rock structures, sprawled plains and desert highlands. The horizon seems to go on for a thousand years in this spot. Travel fees may apply.