(Closed) Colorado Brides: help with catering to frontrange!

posted 8 years ago in Denver
Post # 3
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

Hmmm….  I didn’t get married there but I used to work at the stables!  One of my coworkers did though.  I’ll ask her who they used.  

Post # 4
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

Here’s what she said: “I had Nancy in the commons do it. She can only cater at the Commons but it was exceptional! We had parmesan chicken and prime rib. I would definitely recommend her!”

Hope that helps!

Post # 6
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

Oh bummer!  I’m afraid I’m not much more help.  We some what self catered our wedding.

Post # 7
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

We had Catering By Design cater our wedding at Golden Gate Canyon State Park, in Golden—you can check to see if they’d come up to Wedding Party.  They have since re-branded into 2 companies; Catering By Design, and Denver Picnic Company.  (We had them cater a picnic-type buffet, with cilantro lime mahi tuna steaks, teriyaki and pineapple chicken breasts, and veggie kabobs.  Our theory was that, since we were in a state park without a kitchen, fresh-grilled was better than cooked off-site and rewarmed.  Sounds like you might have access to a catering kitchen, though.

http://www.denverspicniccompany.com/

http://cateringbd.com/

If they don’t come that far, you might want to check Wild Horse Catering–they’re a spinoff of a wonderful B&B just past Wedding Party.  Not cheap, but their food is yummy.

http://www.wildhorsecatering.com/

Gateaux, on Speer in Denver, did our wedding cakes.  Again, so that we didn’t have to try to transport a tiered cake down windy roads (or over Berthoud, in your case), we just got two ‘regular’ (not sheet) cakes.  They were awesome.

We also got pies from Granny Smith’s pie shop in Lakewood, on Hampden & Wadsworth–they baked them in our own glass plates and did all-butter crusts at our request.  Huge hit—more popular than the cake.

Bought the liquor at Applejack.

Good luck!

Post # 9
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

You’re most welcome.  And correction on the pie shop:  Granny SCOTT’s, not Granny Smith’s.  Oops.  Here’s their website:  http://www.grannyscottspieshop.com/

Post # 10
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Newbee
  • Wedding: July 2011

We’re getting married at Snow Mountain Ranch in July… we are having our favorite restaurant in Fort Collins cater (we are both from FoCo). However, the Food Guy in Denver came highly recommended and they were willing to travel to Wedding Party. Also, there are several restaurants in the Winter Park/Fraser area that cater… you can get all that info on the Wedding Party tourism website (http://www.playwinterpark.com/dining/catering). Hope that helps! Smile

Post # 11
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

I have to second @ostara – my best friend got married at the Wild Horse Inn and used their catering and the food at her wedding was fantastic!  I don’t know what she paid, but it was totally worth it!

Post # 12
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Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2011

Hey there,  hope this helps

We are getting married at SMR in May.  We are using Smokin Moe’s for a bbq dinner.  Don’t know if that’s really what you are looking for or not.  They are quite reasonable but don’t do much but provide the dinner.  No china (we’re using paper plates) and they don’t even do appetizers.  But, they had the best price and we wanted bbq so they are our guys.

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