Colorado truly has it all when it comes to micro wedding venues. From rustic mountain top cabins to glitzy city hotels, there’s something for every couple looking to set the stage for their dream wedding.
Here, we’ve rounded up the top micro wedding venues in Colorado. These venues either cater specifically to smaller weddings, or are able to accommodate your pint sized crowd.
This luxury mountain destination proves that you don’t have to choose between glamour and rustic, because here you can have both.
Set on a riverfront mountain destination, River Crest Cabins has two luxury cabins to house you and your closest friends and family. The site also includes a riverfront ceremony and cocktail reception island, as well as exclusive use of the deck and overlook, a wedding arbor, chairs, tables, and a reception room.
Rates vary depending on the times of year your stay (between $3,000-$5,000 for the site fee), and you have the option to include a variety of add-ons, including a ceremony sound system and wedding day butler (yes, seriously).
They require a 3 night stay (booking both cabins), which gives you plenty of time to relax, party, and enjoy your celebration.
The Red Barn in Evergreen is located only 30 miles outside of Denver, but gives you all of the rustic mountain feels to make you believe you’re tucked deep in the Rocky Mountains (without your guests having to drive the 2+ hours).
Your ceremony will take place at the Mountain Side Arbor, which is nestled within towering pines and aspens, creating a naturally intimate feel. Rainy day? These guys are seasoned Coloradans, and have a backup plan for any inclement weather that might occur.
They also offer winter weddings, and we were simply swooning over their winter weddings gallery.
The barn has three stories, but still feels cozy enough to make a micro wedding feel right at home, while also offering the chance for some pretty epic above the action photos.
We also loved their flexibility in catering, stating that they allow anything from delivered pizza to a fully catered event. This provides the ultimate in customization, and will meet the needs and vision of any couple.
Costs vary depending on the time of year, and they offer an additional discount for micro weddings, so reach out for further details on pricing.
A micro wedding event doesn’t necessarily mean rustic backyard vibes. In fact, one of the biggest benefits of holding a micro wedding is the fact that a small number of guests can make your ultra lux wedding dreams come true.
The Ritz Carlton Denver is every bit of luxury in the city, with outstanding service, to die for food, and high class accommodations.
Their customized wedding packages allow you to choose a personalized layout, custom decor, and a one of a kind menu executed by their insanely talented chefs.
Each of their wedding packages includes a plated dinner, a four hour open bar, and a custom wedding cake.
If you’re really looking to make an adventure of your event, they also offer world class spa services, intimate dining opportunities, and curated adventures.
With a Ritz Carlton wedding comes Ritz Carlton prices, but we promise that it will be an event that you remember for the rest of your life.
The Studio Boulder is the perfect venue for your laid back, funky Boulder wedding vibes. Describing themselves as ‘industrial chic’, this venue offers an ideal party space for a micro wedding and they even have a designated area for food truck parking.
To top it off, they have consistent pricing year round (no peak pricing here!) that is low enough to fit into any micro wedding budget. Renting the main venue will put you out just $2,600 for 6.5 hours of event time (this includes set up and break down), and you can purchase additional event time for $400 an hour.
Oh, and they let you bring your own alcohol. Let the party begin!
This Fort Collins venue gives you all of the rustic farm wedding vibes with the perfect balance of historic and modern. The historic farmhouse is located on a 20 acre property that’s absolutely dripping in historic and charming details. From adorable footbridges, cobblestone buildings, and a breathtaking quartz fireplace, you’ll feel like you’re starring in your own Disney movie.
Ceremonies are held in their outdoor pasture (think lush green surroundings with a mountain backdrop), and their new indoor reception area is soaked in natural light and thoughtful custom lighting.
Rust Canyon also offers overnight lodging in the Farmhouse and Pine cabins. These offer full use kitchens, so you can make a weekend of your event with those closest to you.
The Surf Hotel is a European inspired venue that offers a sense of ‘luxury without pretension’. The stone walls and Rocky Mountain backdrop check all of the boxes of elegance, without feeling too vast.
We especially love the intimate courtyard available for both ceremony and reception, since it’s the ideal space for a family style meal. Their catering from Wesley and Rose is farm to table focused, with fresh baked bread and locally sourced ingredients, making it the perfect choice for foodie couples.
Their packages include a venue coordinator, full catering, and all of the set up, so you don’t have to worry about anything other than enjoying your special day.
The Clock Tower in Denver is often referred to as one of the most romantic spots in Colorado, and we can’t think of a more picture perfect ceremony than one held against the glowing clock face.
They office micro wedding packages at insanely affordable rates that cater to a variety of wedding needs. Ranging from an all inclusive package complete with a photographer, to ceremony only packages that are perfect for the no frills couple.
A Clock Tower wedding is the perfect opportunity to make it official, then party the night away on the town with your guests.
**Bonus: wanting to get hitched right away? You can book a wedding here with as little as 50 days out and they’ll take care of all the details.
Antlers on the Creek
Antlers on the Creek is an intimate and romantic bed and breakfast inn. If you weren’t originally planning for a B&B wedding, surprise! You are now. These guys cater specifically to small weddings (packages max out at 20 people), so they’re familiar with the ins and outs of hosting a micro wedding.
Located in the Colorado Mountains means year round beauty, no matter the season. Choose between a variety of gorgeous outdoor ceremony locations, or snuggle up in their cozy barn.
Staying on the property means your guests get to enjoy nearby mountain adventures, spacious rooms, and complimentary happy hours.
Their full wedding packages includes everything from a couples massage to a three course meal (with breakfast delivered in the following morning!) and starts at $7,995. They also offer a brunch wedding celebration, and a ‘just the essentials’ package (starting at only $3,495) , so there’s something for everyone here.
Looking for epic food and equally epic views? Then the Flagstaff House in Boulder is your place. Nestled right in the foothills of Boulder, this venue is perfect for micro weddings as small as 12 (but can hold up to 200). Surrounded by the natural beauty of the mountains, you and your guests will feel like you’re at a mountain retreat, but the city of Boulder is only minutes down the road.
They have a variety of outdoor terraces to hold the ceremony (or a cocktail hour!), followed by an unbeatable dinner reception.
Known for their attentive service and outstanding cuisine, this is one location that’s hard to beat.
One look at their fine dining menu lets you know that you’ll have a wedding meal that nobody will forget (bacon apple pie?!) and the views will make for the most unbelievable photos.
This modern venue is set in the micro district of Denver, and offers intimate spaces that open up to an alley on the Dairy Block. We get all of the modern classy vibes here, with some options for seriously delicious food.
Do you have a micro wedding venue in Colorado that you’d like to see on our list? Contact us here and we’ll check it out!