A Ceremony in the Rain

A Ceremony in the Rain

From the bride, Stephanie: We wanted a wedding that was casual, fun, and not too stuffy. We wanted our style to mimic our personal lifestyle. It was important to have something small so total guest count was just 60. Justin grew up in Durango and we both love the mountains so a destination wedding in…

Cruising to Durango to Get Married

Cruising to Durango to Get Married

From the bride, Kelly: We asked our guests to bring their motorcycles out to Durango because we knew they had no idea of the beautiful scenery they would experience. The day prior to the wedding, we all rode the Million Dollar Highway to Telluride and, needless to say, they all loved the area and want…

Peacock Chic at Purg

Peacock Chic at Purg

From the bride, Alyssa: I have lived in Farmington most of my life, but I always knew I would get married in Durango. Our dachshund wore a wedding dress made from scraps of my reception dress. Our theme/color palette was peacock. Everything was color-coordinated, font-coordinated, and theme-coordinated. We made sure there was a personal touch on…

Wedding by Faith Photography

A Simple & Relaxed Wedding in Vallecito

From the bride, Laura: Our wedding was at Blue Spruce campgrounds near Vallecito. The really awesome part was family and friends started coming into town the week before the wedding- we rented all their cabins, and several people camped out as well. It was a push getting all packed up and out there, but once…

Eternal Bliss at Durango Mountain Resort, Durango Destination Wedding

Eternal Bliss at 10,200 Feet

From the bride, Melissa: We wanted to get married on top of a mountain and at a resort that was intimate so all our friends and family could come together for a few days and bond. We did not want the “wedding blur” that we have heard brides talk about after their wedding. We wanted…

From the Magazine: A Homegrown Wedding in Mancos, Colorado

From the Magazine: Homegrown in Mancos

From the bride, Emily: Our meeting was love at first sight 6 years ago, in the very spot we got married! We wanted to do things ourselves and keep the wedding in tune with who we are. Simple became our catch-phrase when deciding things. We grew all the flowers ourselves, all 160 napkins were from…

Wedding Destination: Durango

Wedding Destination Durango

From the bride, Ashley: We visit Durango every year for our anniversary trip and always have a blast so we figured why not get married there. We really wanted to get married outside and knew Durango would not disappoint for scenery. We wanted to keep everything simple and really portray who we are as a…

From the Magazine: A Colorado Glam Wedding, Pagosa Springs

From the Magazine: Colorado Glam

When we saw the black & white stripes (our fave trend) combined with a gold and pink color palette, we knew this destination wedding coordinated by Krii Black was the perfect fit for the magazine. Looking at all the pretty pics from Kristen Soileau, you’d never know this wedding took place in a tent during…

Train, engineer wedding in Durango

From the Magazine: Engineers Unite

 This pair of engineers from Chicago self described as nerdy hippies who love the outdoors and any engine with moving parts chose Durango for their destination wedding. Rather than plan a traditional wedding they decided to build their wedding from scratch with their own meanings and goals representing their partnership. They approached planning their wedding…

A Destination Wedding at the Strater Hotel with Old West Charm in Durango, Colorado

A Wedding with Old West Charm at The Strater Hotel

From the bride, Lauren: Our wedding day was perfect! The weather was brisk, but it turned out to be a gorgeous fall day. We both loved being surrounded by all our friends and family. Our reception at the Strater Hotel was the best party I’ve been to! All our guests were up on the dance…

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