(Closed) Any Colorado Brides??

posted 4 years ago in Destination Weddings
Post # 2
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2017

I’m a CO bride! But it’s not a destination wedding for me-I live here. There’s TONS of beautiful places to get married here!! Estes Park probably tops the list (although might still have snow in April). I know several people that have gotten married at Fox Run Park in Colorado Springs. There’s a cute little gazebo there on a lake. Green Mountain Falls also has a tiny lake with a small gazebo on it. There are also people that get married on top of Pikes Peak (also might have snow in April).

Hopefully this helps you out a little. Definitely do some research-there’s too many places to name!!!

For photographers, I’d recommend Lace Photography or Lens & Palette. Either will likely be willing to work with your budget.

Post # 3
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2015

I wasn’t a CO bride in the end, due to altitude issues for my Mother-In-Law.  But holy crap if I could, I’d have been all over Ouray.  Love it there.  My photographer was around 850 for a half day and is in Grand Junction.  But her stuff really works best outdoors on a good day, IMO.  We didn’t have that and while she got some good shots that we love, I was just not very impressed with her indoor work.

For what it’s worth, depending on where you are, we did Moab, UT and had a free ceremony venue due to all the public land.  Desert, mountains, we had it all.  We also rented a lodge in the mountains for the cost of the attached ‘cabin’ (around 150/night) and ten bucks a head for guests in the lodge itself – and they only did the per head charge once, though we used it for three days.

Post # 6
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540 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2017

felicitah86:  For some reason, I know a lot of photographers. So if you need more names, try Twig & Fig Photography or Pure Touch Photography. I also like Arlene Lambert-great eye & can do a variety of looks, not every photog can do that.

Tina Joiner is also a great photographer, and is known in the area for being the best. But her prices are pretty high!

Post # 7
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Newbee
  • Wedding: June 2011

I do wedding photography in Colorado! There are fabulous locations in Rocky Mountain National Park  as well as some smaller areas such as Mt. Falcon has a beautiful overlook, some smaller hikes in Evergreen and Idaho Springs if you want breathtaking views & are up for a hike! 🙂 

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