You’ve said yes! Now comes the excitement of planning your dream wedding! One of the highest-priority items on your to-do list is picking a venue. Where you have your wedding sets the tone for the entire day, such as the style, how fancy the affair will be, what time of year you’ll have the wedding, what kind of food you will serve and the list goes on. Here are some of the best wedding venues in Denver, Colorado to consider selecting for your special day.
Lionsgate Event Center
If you like elegance mixed with a flair of country, then you will love the Lionsgate Event Center. Once a dairy farm, this venue is now a prime space for hosting your outdoor or indoor wedding. The Dove House has a vintage feel, as it’s imbued with historic charm. The red brick makes a perfect backdrop for photographs.
If an outdoor wedding is your preference, have your ceremony underneath the hundred-year-old trees in the pavilion. Choose the Gatehouse for your reception, where you can dance the night away in the French Art Nouveau ballroom. Another beautiful spot on the premises is the Chandelier Barn, which contains 37 chandeliers dangling from the open-beamed ceiling. With the wrought iron stair rails, you will have the perfect place to have a ceremony or reception with a beautiful backdrop for photographs. The image above features the Chandelier Barn, and stunning bridal jewelry from Mark’s Diamonds. You can learn more about Lionsgate’s Chandelier Barn here.
Rembrandt Yard Art Gallery and Event Center
Art enthusiasts will appreciate this venue with large rooms that allow plenty of natural light. You will also have wonderful views of the Flatiron Mountains and the surrounding city. If you appreciate a more modern feel, then this is the perfect space for you. The Center has birch hardwood floors throughout with an open concept and large windows, offering a sort of blank canvas for you to decorate to your liking. This venue permits you to book your own catering, disc jockey or band and bring your own alcoholic beverages. Not only that, they will help you stay within your wedding budget.
As a loft-like setting, this venue has whitewashed bricks, rafters, exposed ductwork and market lighting. With large windows, it also allows in a lot of natural light. If you like the modern industrial style, then you will appreciate Skylight as a wedding venue. There is an outside area nearby that offers a quiet space for an intimate ceremony, lounge area or a space to enjoy cocktails. With the freedom to rent the space for an entire 24 hours, you will have plenty of time to enjoy your ceremony and reception, with ample time for dancing.
Clyfford Still Museum
Located in the center of Denver’s Cultural Center, this venue will impress your guests with all that it has to offer. If you enjoy art, you can display some of the pieces within the museum for your big day. Imagine getting married with a lovely abstract painting as your backdrop! The “open weave” of this building creates a unique source of light and inspires creativity.
Mile High Station
Rustic chic meets modern industrial style in this remodeled steel and ironworks factory. The brick exterior and steel beams reinforce the industrial look, and an elevated mezzanine completes the look. Light bulb chandeliers hang from the ceiling over the concrete floor. A custom bar, mezzanine and patios allow for the perfect spaces for your guests to drink and socialize. This venue works with experienced vendors who will work with you to provide everything needed to make your day extra special.
The Denver Athletic Club
If you enjoy great views of the city, then you will love the Denver Athletic Club. With its sundeck, you will have the perfect space to enjoy the sunny weather and the spectacular views. You also have your choice of two ballrooms, depending on which style you prefer. The Grand Ballroom offers chandeliers, crystal sconces and a high ceiling for a more elegant feel. The Centennial Ballroom has large windows with wooden features for a cozier, intimate feel. This space also offers fun for bachelor or bachelorette parties with an old-fashioned 1950s style bowling alley. Also available are billiard tables, a card room and a tavern with televisions to enjoy the game.