(Closed) Looking for an inexpensive indoor venue in Colorado.

posted 6 years ago in Denver
Post # 3
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

What area of the state? I looked at quite a few venues, big and small, before falling in love with mine.

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

What about renting a private home? There’s a site I’ve seen recommended and my Future Mother-In-Law has used it but I can’t for the life of me remember it. I think it would be pretty neat to rent out a cozy cottage in the mountains with a fire and snow falling…ahhh snow!!!

Post # 6
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

We live in Colorado Springs and are having our wedding in Salida at the SteamPlant. It’s about 2.5 hours south of Denver. The Tapestry House in Fort Collins is gorgeous, but not exactly in the mountains.

I can tell you that April may still be peak season at some mountain locales. For a late March wedding near a ski resort, I was quoted at 18,000 for FOUR HOURS of venue time to include ceremony and reception with dinner and drinks for 75 guests (including the wedding party of 12). This didn’t include flowers, decor, cake, lodging, or any form of transportation.

Carr Manor in Cripple Creek

Salida SteamPlant (or, find an alternate site for the wedding and have the reception at The Fritz–amazing food and Grant is great working with budgets)

The Loft in Old Colorado City (Colorado Springs)

Pinecrest at Palmer Lake

River Run Inn Salida

Briarhurst Manor Manitou Springs

Church in the Wildwood Green Mountain Falls

Chief Hosa Lodge Golden

Gatheringguide.com has a whole slew of sites, but you have to sort through them to see what fits in your budget.

Post # 7
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2018

The Highland Haven Creekside Inn

Arrowhead Manor

Mount Vernon Country Club

Castle Marne

The Lumber Baron

The Clocktower

 

Post # 9
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

we just had a famiy vacation in Estes at a place i think called rams point, it was beautiful and i think they could host a number of people in their clubhouse

Post # 10
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Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2013

We are getting married in Golden, CO  At The Briarwood Inn.  It’s a resturant actually and they have an outside patio where you can get married if its nice and if not they have plan b enough room to accommodate indoors with warm fireplaces and old wood workings.  We had the same issue as you… A small venue…  Most are set for 100 or more guests.. We are looking at 30-40 max!  For the most part with TBInn you only pay a small fee (outs was $250) and then pay for food.  For us food was important sthis is is another reason for choosing ..it’s yummy.   Also one other thing I loved about this place is that Ono matter what day you chose to get married… It’s the same price. So you get to be married on the day of your choice not the day that was cheaper!  We were sold all around on this place… If you go just ask to speak with Bri she is the wedding planner there and she is amazing (so far) tell her Amy sent you lol (maybe she will give me a discount LOL) 

Post # 11
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I’m getting married in Estes Park in June and I absolutely love my venue! We are getting married at the Black Canyon Inn and having the reception at the adjoining restaurant Twin Owls Steakhouse! The ceremony would still be outdoors, but it is under a giant roofed pavillion that has sides that are able to come down and they bring outdoor heaters. The view from the ceremony site is just stunning! Then the restaurant is in a 1920s log cabin that is orginal to the property. They have three different rooms you can choose from to be able to host your reception! I think they are very reasonably priced especially in April when it is their off season! You pay a site fee for the ceremony location, which is 50% off in April! And then at the restaurant there is only a food and beverage minimum!

Post # 14
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

@Sarahkay_3:  Hi, just wanted to also mention the Evergreen Lake House. I got married there last month and it was $330 for about 5 hours, but our wedding was on a Thursday and we didnt have the reception there. They do have an area indoors in case the weather is bad.

And you are %100 correct, there isnt very many places that will work with a small wedding, we only had 11 people and it took me a while to find a place that would work with that.

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