Make your special day even more memorable at one of our many unique, mountain wedding venues.
With the stunning backdrop of Pikes Peak and places like Garden of the Gods Park, the region boasts scenic beauty that will surely wow guests on your wedding day and provides beautiful memories for many years to come. The area has a wonderful history and many natural, geological wonders to serve as the perfect spot to say "I do." Here are a few location ideas that showcase why a Colorado Springs wedding truly "rocks."
Here, couples can get married on the scenic mountain that overlooks the metro below. It’s said that on a clear day, onlookers can see to the state of Kansas from the top. The site is open to the public and anyone wishing to take the plunge above tree-line can reach the summit (weather permitting) by driving up Pikes Peak Highway to the top.
There are no better wedding locations in Colorado Springs to tie the knot than a Garden created by the Gods. The park is a geological and natural wonder as well as a treasure to the City of Colorado Springs. These jutting red rocks spires burst with different hues of red and orange creating surreal scenic surroundings and backdrop. Complete with a road, hiking, biking and walking trails throughout the park, couples can choose the perfect spot that fits them best. The legacy of the Garden of the Gods Park is that it remains free to all people and will always be open and accessible to the public.
Another one of Colorado Springs' unique wedding locations is one of the premiere show caves in the United State at 7,000 feet. Canopy Hall is the first and largest room in the cave with many beautiful formations such as stalactites, stalagmites and flowstone. Bridal Chamber is a small room with beautiful formations such as the Cathedral and the Cathedral Spires. The Canyon Rim Pavilion has spectacular views of the cityscape and Williams Canyon below. It's the perfect wedding location in Colorado Springs if you are looking for a place for a wedding reception, corporate party, family reunion and Bar-mitzvah.
From proposals to actually tying the knot, it’s difficult to imagine a better venue to celebrate everlasting love than in the midst of the Broadmoor Seven Falls. The amphitheater at the base of the falls can accommodate up to 100 guests. The more intimate setting of the Eagle’s Nest offers breathtaking views. Known as the "grandest mile of scenery in Colorado", this is a stunning spot for photos and for everyone to enjoy nature.
Say "I do" in the center of a beautiful forest and a calm lake in Fox Run Regional Park, just north of Colorado Springs and close to Monument and Black Forest. A stone seating small amphitheater adjacent to the gazebo can accommodate up to 200 wedding guests on the shore of Aspen Lake. A warming hut can also be rented to use as a dressing room for the bride. All ceremony types are welcome in this outdoor wedding venue. The gazebo is handicap accessible.
Who wouldn't want a fairytale wedding in a real-life castle? This English Tudor castle was originally built in1871 by Colorado Springs founder, General William Jackson Palmer as a gift for his wife. Nestled on over 700 breathtaking acres with 95 lodging rooms, Glen Eyrie’s stunning beauty and rich heritage create the perfect backdrop for your special day.
The Royal Gorge Bridge & Park offers several areas to wed your best friend in style, making it an excellent, but sometimes forgotten, Colorado wedding venue. They offer catering, views and a staff that’s trained to handle events both large and small. You can host an intimate cliffside soiree or an epic bash as big as the canyon. You can even book a romantic cabin for your wedding night, check out their “glamping” options or a longer stay to enjoy the mountains and surrounding attractions.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo has perfected the art of hosting incredible weddings, including the ability to rent out the entire zoo for your crew after hours. Imagine you and your spouse, adorned in fine wedding clothing, feeding a majestic giraffe or cruising over the zoo under a glittery night sky on the sky ride. As for the more technical details, the Lodge at Moose Lake is located right in the center of the zoo with capacity for 200 indoors and 280 outside. Over at the Safari Lodge, you’ll find a smaller setting, but enjoy the added bonus of meerkat viewings. The zoo also features onsite catering, which is one less worry for you on your wedding day.
With accommodations, up to 150 for sit-down dinners and 200 for stand-up affairs, the Wild West Ghost Town Museum offers couples a fun and functional atmosphere to celebrate with all your favorite people. Guests can stroll the museum and enjoy touring the historic relics from the Colorado mining era. Not to mention all the fab photo ops those creaking wooden streets and storefronts will provide. Plus, you aren’t limited to an on-site caterer, DJ or other typical vendor restrictions, which means you can book all your favorites without issue.
Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region also offer a plethora of full-service resorts and hotels that can accommodate small and larch ceremonies alike. Other wedding locations in Colorado Springs include:
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