Unique Denver Outdoor Wedding Venues
Like everything, weddings during COVID are just a touch more complicated. However, having an outdoor venue nearby is key. Here is a list of the best unique outdoor Denver wedding venues. From venues for small, intimate elopements or larger weddings, there’s a Denver wedding venue perfect for you!
Hudson Gardens is a stunning outdoor venue with 30 acres of gardens and water features. From rose gardens to serene pools, this venue can host an intimate elopement of just the couple or up to 250 guests. With multiple options for reserving outdoor space, from the Welcome Garden Pavilion to the Monet’s place overlooking a bridge and water lily pond which any art afficionado would appreciate!
Perhaps you have always dreamed of a wedding with the backdrop of a mansion and a bit of history. The Grant-Humphreys Mansion was designed in the Neoclassical style and built in 1902 for the third governor of Colorado. From forested grounds to rose gardens to the front lawn with that amazing portico and columns, there are plenty of options for capturing gorgeous backdrops. The mansion has capacity up to 200, an option for booking for only a ceremony but if you choose to have a reception, the mansion does have a preferred catering list.
With views of water and having gardens, this is a great location particularly if you have a fondness for boating. You could have the ceremony on the lawn outside and a reception in the open air boathouse, which was recently upgraded Located in Southeast Denver, the boathouse can host up to 150 guests. This venue requires hiring a license bartender if you choose to serve beer or wine (no liquors allowed).
In the Foothills west of Denver, this rustic venue was constructed from reclaimed elements of other Coloradoan barns and a church. With this authentic backdrop, you can invite up to 235 guests.
Are you pining for the romance of an Italian villa? This Denver outdoor venue has you covered with capacity for 200. There are Mediterranean style gardens with all the archways and terracotta roofs for some unique ceremony options.
In downtown Denver, this outdoor venue has a bricked courtyard for hosting a larger more traditional wedding but also has elopement packages where you can choose from any of the venues wide array of backdrops. The chic industrial vibe would suit you if you are looking for a more edgy vibe.
If you and your loved one enjoy gazing at each other over a good glass of wine, consider this family owned vineyard as your outdoor venue just 10 minutes north of Denver. The vineyard doesn’t use chemicals or sulfites in their natural wine.
With an outdoor patio, Coohills can host an outdoor ceremony and reception in downtown Denver. A more urban environment, this venue provides a railroad bridge that has been converted into a walkway. With the iron beams in the background, it can make for a gorgeous unique ceremony.
For the science nerds, there is no better place than this! The Museum has an outdoor terrace that hosts up to 250 guests with stunning views of the Denver skyline AND the Rocky Mountains. It doesn’t get anymore Mile High, am I right?
Does one of you love golf? The Arrowhead Golf Club is a stunning venue with sandstone rock formations that pierce the greens and the blue sky.
This one is indoor but is so great I had to include it. So many movies and stories have pivotal scenes that occur in clock towers and now, you can have your love story set against the backdrop of the gears in this historic clock!