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If you are planning a Colorado destination wedding, you will find it easy to become overwhelmed with mountain wedding venue options. Don’t worry, we are here to help. We have listed our top mountain wedding venues in Summit County, small to big, that will help make picking your venue a breeze. 

#1 Mountain Wedding Venue: Sapphire Point

If you are an outdoorsy couple and looking for an intimate outdoor Colorado wedding, undoubtedly, take a look at Sapphire Point.

Having your ceremony at Sapphire Point allows 35 guests to attend. This location overlooks beautiful Lake Dillon, and is an easy stroll to where you will say “I do”. Dogs are allowed which is great for any animal-loving group.  Following the ceremony, we recommend you head down to Windy Point Pavilion for your reception, where you can increase the guest list to up to 100. It should be noted that in addition to a great outdoor wedding site, camping is also an option here. Therefore it is easy to urge your wedding celebrations to trickle into the evening. You can find more information here.

Beautiful View of Sapphire Point in Winter
Photo of Sapphire Point taken by: Steve Johnson

#2 Mountain Wedding Venue: Warren Station Center for the Arts

Warren Station has a view of the three mountain peaks that make up Keystone Resort, making it a perfect mountain venue for your wedding.  The ceremony site, Quaking Aspen, backs up to the Snake River and is a handful of steps from the reception. With seating of up to 160, it is constructed of beautiful tiered slate and surrounded by Colorado’s well-known Aspens. Elegance and privacy both come easy here. Furthermore, Warren Station’s patio allows your guests to soak up the summer sun. Inside offers a dual-sided bar, allowing smooth service with more time to celebrate. The floor plan can be made unique to what you envision. The ballroom is lit by ambient chandeliers, controlled by dimmers. Finally, lodging, restaurants, and bars are a walkable distance from the venue. This makes it feasible to have your guests be able to park in a nearby lot and not worry about driving for the duration of their visit.

Ceremony at Quaking Aspen
Photo of Quaking Aspen taken by: Tay Ericson

#3 Mountain Wedding Venue: Silverthorne Pavilion

Finally, based in Silverthorne, Colorado, the Pavilion is a great mountain venue with a capacity of up to 450 guests.

They offer an outside ceremony site on the edge of Blue River, that sits around 75-100 guests. Furthermore, the high vaulted ceilings and the versatile layouts leave endless customization options for your big day. They offer a basic kitchen space, providing your caterers a great space to serve food from. Lodging is a short shuttle away, making it easy for your guests to be able to celebrate your marriage with no worries.

Silverthorne Pavilion is a Mountain Wedding Venue
Photo of Silverthorne Pavilion taken by: Sarah Lee Welch Photography


All in all, no matter your style, we guarantee that one of our listed top wedding venues may suite your needs. Need more tips for an affordable wedding? click here.

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