If you have a vision, a signature style or simply an idea you would love to bring to life in Boulder, we can help you make it a reality. Find inspiration below or contact us for more great ideas that match your style, theme or personality.
Take a look at Holly and Mark's breathtaking Boulder wedding in Brides magazine, too!
If you’re a pair who loves adventure — or you want Boulder’s natural beauty to be front and center at your wedding — you’re in the right place. Boulder is an outdoor lover’s mecca, with inspiring mountain views everywhere you look and hiking trails, biking routes, rock climbing and kayaking around every corner.
Have your wedding atop Flagstaff Mountain at the Sunrise Amphitheater (at dawn if you’re really adventurous!) or in Chautauqua Park with the stunning Flatirons as a backdrop. Choose to gather amid rows of fragrant flowers in a peaceful country setting at the Boulder Flower Farm. A close-to-nature reception can also be had at The Riverside, a historic building right on the banks of Boulder Creek. What’s more adventurous, you ask? How about saying your vows in a hot air balloon while floating over Boulder with spectacular views in every direction.
Photos, clockwise from top left: Fair Winds Hot Air Balloon Flights, Chautauqua Meadow courtesy Three Leaf Farm by Julianne Brasher, The Riverside, St Julien by Jodee Debes Photography, Chautauqua by Julieanne Brasher.
One or both of you have a creative streak? Then no ordinary wedding will do. Entertain your guests at Rembrandt Yard, an upscale gallery-like venue with stunning artwork inside, artist quotes outside and picture windows with views. Or choose the chic Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA), where guests will love perusing new works by contemporary artists. Next door, the Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse makes a colorful option. This hand-carved and hand-painted Persian teahouse was created in Dushanbe and gifted to the city of Boulder. The interior is dazzling, and the courtyard flourishes with rose bushes in the summertime.
Photos, clockwise from top left: downtown mural, Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse, Rembrandt Yard outside, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Rembrandt Yard gallery.
If you tend to opt for timeless and traditional, Boulder delivers. There are a number of beautiful downtown chapels and cathedrals available for your ceremony, such First Presbytarian Church, St. John’s Episcopal Church and Pine Street Church. The Boulder Country Club, with its manicured landscaping, shady trees and impressive ballroom are sure to be on par with your expectations. The Flagstaff House, perched on the side of a mountain overlooking Boulder, will wow guests with the views and a wine list that’s won the Wine Spectator award for 40 years running.
Photos, clockwise from top left: Boulder Country Club by Danielle DeFiore, Boulder Country Club by Cassidy Brooke Photography, Boulder Country Club by Mallory Munson Photography, University of Colorado by Rachel Gomez Photography, St. Julien by Merrick Chase Photography.
If you love a good throw-back, take your vintage tastes to the Boulder Theater, with its art deco-era architecture and photo-op-worthy marquee. Keep it classy at the historic Hotel Boulderado, with its turn-of-the-century mezzanine and stained-glass ceiling. Or 19th-century Chautauqua Dining Hall. The University of Colorado’s Koenig Alumni Center evokes the grandeur of southern manor, perfect for events that spill out onto the veranda and courtyard.
Photos, clockwise from top left: Boulder Theater, Chautauqua Dining Hall, Boulder Theater marquee, First Presbyterian Church of Boulder, Hotel Boulderado.
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