Your wedding day is, by far, one of the most important and memorable days of your life. Colorado Springs is a stunning place to get married with many hidden gems. Ironically, it’s almost more difficult not to fall in love with every place. I have researched and gathered some of the top, most beautiful Colorado Spring wedding venues, so take a peek below!
If you’re looking for a rustic Colorado Springs wedding venue, you should check out the Pinecrest Weddings and Event Center. Located at the base of Chautauqua Mountain, this venue is stunning. There are three main locations to hold your wedding that accommodate up to 225 guests. The Event Center is home to Colorado’s largest all-natural stone fireplace if you want that classic, rustic charm. It also houses the Groom’s Lounge. The Pinecrest Chapel is elegant and classic. It’s perfect for when the weather is iffy too. The Chapel is also home to the bridal suite with a changing room and spa-like bathroom.
The Outdoor Ceremony Location is at the base of the Chautauqua Mountain. This location is secluded and surrounded by wildlife and a creek. This venue offers two different packages: the All-Inclusive- Classic and the All-Inclusive Luxury. Each package is different and offers accommodations at extra costs based on your needs. Both include access to the Groom’s Lounge and Bridal Suite.
The Glen Eyrie Castle is a princess’ fairytale. Where the history of Colorado meets modern flair, each room in the castle is uniquely furnished and provides some stunning backdrops for photos. With jaw-dropping archways, brick roads, and cobblestone, you and your guests will feel like you have been transported into a fairytale story. This stunning wedding venue rests on 723 acres in Queen’s Canyon.
It offers three ceremony locations: The Great Hall, Terrace, and the Lawn. The Great Hall features gorgeous oak paneling, a limestone fireplace, and the ability to hold up to 200 guests. The Terrace is attached to the castle and has a picturesque view of the canyon. It also features a grand staircase for your entrance and a beautiful fountain. The Lawn is perfect if you are looking for the grand castle as your ceremony backdrop. The typical cost for this venue starts around $2,000 to $5,000 for ceremonies and $5,000 to $20,000 for receptions.
This Colorado Springs wedding venue is enriched by nature. However, you may have trouble saying yes to just one with four different ceremony and reception locations on the property. Here, you will have the opportunity to wed indoors and outdoors, depending on how many guests you have. The reception spaces hold up to 225 guests. When you book your wedding with Garden of the Gods, you will be assigned a dedicated planning manager, a suggested vendor list, food and beverage packages, and group room block rates. If you and your guests are up to having a little more fun, you will have access to resort group
amenities such as hiking, golf, tennis, fitness classes, and more. If you want an idea of pricing, you can set up a consultation with a representative to gather some extra information!
The Pinery wedding venue is more than just a venue. This location is a first-class resort facility with a nod to Tuscan styles. The architecture here is to die for, and incredible photographic backdrops are around every corner. With a panorama view of Pikes Peak and the Colorado Springs skyline, this wedding and events center facility is one to beat. This location has seven areas where you can hold your ceremony and reception. As you plan for your special day, the Pinery staff is there with you every step of the way.
From small indoor to large outdoor locations and vice versa, you can make your day what you want it to be. This location consistently receives star reviews and has even been the award winner for Best Wedding Venue in Colorado. Choose from a few different packages to start planning your dream wedding.
This location is definitely for the urban. This Colorado Springs wedding venue will be great if you want to ditch the rustic look. With accommodations for up to 200 seated guests, this location has a dedicated cocktail hour area and plenty of space. This wedding venue is located near Downtown Colorado and within walking distance of some of the town’s best breweries and restaurants. If you’re wondering about photo opportunities, this one has plenty of them.
With over six thousand square feet of urban beauty, Clay is adorned with wood tongue and groove ceilings, steel beams, white walls, and a very chic aesthetic. The pricing for this venue is simple. Peak season and off-season offer two different rates. These include full access to the venue, a client suite to get ready in, tables and black bentwood chairs for up to two hundred guests, and a choice of ceremony location in or around the space. In addition, you will have a perfect wedding venue with photo backdrops to die for.
This Colorado Springs wedding venue is a farmhouse dream. The Creekside Event Center is a venue with six unique indoor and outdoor spaces. With each one capable of hosting up to three hundred people, there’s plenty of room to host your guests. As you book your wedding, you will be offered two package options: the Premium All-Inclusive and the Diamond All-inclusive packages. The same basic package comes with additional add-ons depending on your needs. These include:
With wood galore, a gazebo, and fairytale lights adorning the location, you will not be short of places for beautiful photos. However, there are so many places for photo opportunities that you might have difficulty picking your favorites.
Pro-tip for this location – an evening wedding with the sunset provides jaw-dropping portraits in the meadow and with the trees in the background!
The Hillside Gardens wedding and events venue has a pretty unique history. This location rests on a beautiful four acres of land with scenic mountains and is, what used to be, a dairy farm in the early 1900s. Because of its charm, couples began asking to host weddings at Hillside, and now the whole place has been turned into the wedding venue it is today.Just like its unique history, some unique qualities come with the place. One of these is a fountain full of bowling balls, which can provide fun photo opportunities. This location also comes with some pretty nice features. Rather than choosing from a pre-selected list of vendors, you’ll have the chance to choose your own for everything. That way, your day is everything you want it to be and more.The least expensive package for this wedding venue is a Friday/Sunday wedding from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., starting at about $2,000. Packages go up in price from there and depend on the day and the time of your wedding. With these packages, you will receive bench seating for 150 guests for your ceremony, the pavilion, bridal cottage and groom’s room, set up and tear down, a rehearsal for the ceremony, and more.
If you’re looking for more of that homestyle feel to your wedding, this location is one you should check out. This Hearth House is an elegant mountain-style venue that holds up to 275 guests. The venue’s design includes exposed wooden beams, a two-sided fireplace, and sliding barn doors. This wedding venue is also stunning for photography. The Rocky Mountains stand for unique photographic opportunities, and the stone waterfall is a dreamy addition to the already rustic experience.After the ceremony, you and your guests can break out the yard games for some fun! Housed here are six different locations to hold your ceremony and reception, each featuring a different scenic view. Every location is included in your venue rate except for the family room. This location is the perfect space for a bridal party and adds $500 to your package rate.
The Broadmoor wedding venue offers a variety of stunning wedding venues and locations that are super picturesque. Choose from seven different places on the property. The West Tower Lawn is the largest and most lush of all of the outdoor ceremony sites. This location is surrounded by pine, maple, and cherry trees and is ideal for up to 500 guests. The Fountain Room celebrates the venue’s rich history and includes intricate ceilings and beautiful windows. Lakeside Terrace is located next to Cheyenne Lake with stunning views of the mountains in the background and offers room for 250 guests.
The Cheyenne Lodge offers a rustic feel to your day. While cozy, this location feels remote from the outside world. The Mountain View Terrace has beautiful canyon views and is mostly secluded. This wedding venue is ideal for 200 guests. The South Terrace is a classic location and is more of an intimate setting for up to 130 guests with dramatic views. Lastly, the Pauline Chapel showcases religious art pieces with stunning architecture and is great for religious ceremonies.
The Garden of the Gods is the perfect venue for those who want an intimate elopement or a small brief ceremony. There are six areas to hold your wedding at Garden of the Gods, but two are less scenic picnic areas. Jaycee Plaza holds up to fifty people and is located near the main parking area. This area also allows seats for the elderly or disabled and sits in the central area of the garden. Sentinel Plaza seats up to twenty-five people and features towering red rock formations. It is a bit more crowded than the others but so gorgeous.
Three Graces Plaza holds up to twenty-five guests and is more of a crowded tourist area. Finally, the High Point area seats up to fifty guests and features a beautiful view of the Garden and Pikes Peak. In this area, sunrise is the most incredible time for elopements. Pro-tip – the least amount of people come at sunrise or on a weekday, so I recommend this for any ceremony at Garden of the Gods!
Garden of the Gods is free of charge. No reservations for your special day are needed, and the venue operates on a first-come, first-served basis. Something to keep in mind about this venue is that you’ll need a permit for your wedding photographer to share photos taken anywhere at Garden of the Gods. It’s also important to note that there is only one bathroom in the main parking lot, so you may need to walk pretty far for the restroom depending on which location you choose to wed in. There is also a no-alcohol policy. So if you’re planning to pop a bottle of champagne after the ceremony, save it for when you leave the park.
If you maybe want a venue suited for elopements or smaller weddings, the Cloud Camp is a great choice. This wedding venue location is an all-inclusive mountaintop hideaway for you and your guests. Sitting 3,000 feet above the resort is the Broadmoor’s highest Wilderness Experience. This beautiful escape is perfect for those who want to spend more than just a day at the wedding venue. Cloud Camp is for the adventurous couples out there. Be as active or restful as you’d like during your wedding week. Ride a horse, play lawn games, sit in a hot tub, or enjoy the scenery around you. If you want to go against a typical reception, you can opt to be a part of so many other awesome activities, including:
This beautiful estate is surrounded by fifteen acres of land with timbers sourced from the Black Forest Fire. This space offers sleeping arrangements for 15 to 17 overnight guests and has a vast entertainment area. For weddings, this location can host up to 65 guests and provides various features. From solid wooden tables to garden chairs and a heated garage full of yard games, your guests will love this outdoor wedding space.1 C Barn’s typical rental prices start from $2,000 to $3,500, depending on the size of your wedding and how many nights you would like to stay. Keep in mind that the minimum number of nights is 2-3. At this Colorado Springs wedding venue, you will have the option to bring all of your own chosen vendors. The location has a six-speaker sound system and can be used via Bluetooth if needed. If you want to tour the venue before booking, you can schedule a tour online!
Choosing your Colorado Springs wedding location has never been easier. There is so much to see and choose from in a place like this. Check out some of these stunning Colorado Springs wedding venues! Are you looking for more Colorado Springs wedding content? Be sure to click the links below! While you’re looking at venues for your big day, I’d love to talk to you about your wedding photography! Click here to view more of my Colorado wedding packages, and let’s start a conversation!