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Weddings in Estes Park, CO

Offering all the amenities needed for big weddings, Estes lends itself well to supporting micro type weddings that want to tell their own stories.  Sometimes you just need a little help.  Everything is set in our standard package (including something new, old, blue and borrowed) except for personal touches like attire and hair/makeup... but as far as I am concerned you can tie the knot in climbing gear, in a life jacket on a kayak out on Lake Estes or in your Sunday best by your favorite trailhead.

Included in Our Standard Package-


Up to 3 Hours of Time

Choice of Several Different Free Locations


Help Getting a License if You Didn't Bring One  

Vow Options

A Few Photos

Two Stamped Vintage Rocky Mountain National Park Postcards

Small Cake from Whole Foods Bakery Decorated in Blue

Borrowed Bouquet of Paper Flowers

Bottle of Champagne with Two Flutes

Basics:  10 folding chairs, five 54" wide neutral colored umbrellas for sunshine or rain, sunscreen, organic family safe bug spray, first aid kit, a few pairs of bamboo sunglasses, sewing kit, water bottles plus a couple of things for the kids to play with.

Cost is $2,500 due when booking date.



What we offer.

We are available year round.  

All are welcome.

Want additional help?

Add extra help to the Standard Package for an additional hourly rate of  $150.

This can be anything from arranging a meatloaf cake frosted in whipped potatoes and decorated in organic ketchup to sleeping on a platform on the North Face of Longs Peak.

This is your big day and we want to treat it as such.  We want you to have your cake and eat it too.  If it can be done we will sort it out and have it ready for you and your guests.

In addition, we can be your personal concierge service to help you with anything from wedding-related activities to making your guests stay in Colorado something that the great grandkids will tell bedtime stories about. 

Private Parties

Established on January 26th, 1915 by President Woodrow Wilson, Rocky Mountain National Park in northern Colorado spans the Continental Divide and encompasses protected mountains, forests and alpine tundra. It's known for Trail Ridge Road and Old Fall River Road, drives that pass aspen trees and rivers. The Keyhole Route, a climb crossing vertical rock faces, leads up Longs Peak, the park’s tallest mountain. A trail surrounding Bear Lake offers views of the peaks.


― Google

Depending on time of year (May through October the park requires day permits from 9am to 3pm except for a couple of areas outside of the main park) and weather permitting there are many locations in and around Estes Park that can be free or have a nominal cost.  

Rocky Mountain National Park

Corporate Events

*Dogs are welcome as long as the location permits them

What Clients Say

A few ideas to add to the standard package...
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