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…

Mancos, Colorado wedding

From the Magazine: A Sci Fi Romance

From the couple, Ou & Lance: We chose Durango for our destination wedding because the area is very beautiful and mountainous, and it was important to us to hold the wedding outside and to incorporate the environment as a backdrop. We composed the ceremony script ourselves, with the wording inspired by Ancient Greek ritual, Vulcan…

A Barbecue with a Wedding on the Side

A Botanical Wedding in the Snow

From the bride, Kristin: We wanted a family reunion/Thanksgiving celebration/wedding so we rented a home for one week so everyone could stay, play and really get to know each other. I carried Jeff’s mom’s Bible that she carried in her wedding in 1957. We had an outdoor ceremony with a backdrop of freshly fallen snow.…

A Barbecue with a Wedding on the Side

A Barbecue with a Wedding on the Side

From the bride, Joy: We love playing outside, especially in the mountains, and wanted a day that reflected the easy-breeziness of the simple joys of sunshine and wildflowers enhanced by the refreshing taste of ice-cold beer on a perfect Colorado summers day. We kept it simple and stayed true to doing exactly what we wanted…

A Tribute to Scottish Heritage

From the bride, Teresa: Family was our theme; he’s Scottish, I’m English, so we incorporated as much of each as we could.  Our color palette was hunter, navy, gold and red – the colors of the family plaid and crest.  We chose to marry at the historic mining lodge, amazing location than the Eureka Lodge…

Saying "I Do" at Andrews Lake

From the bride, Melanie: We held a small and intimate wedding ceremony at Andrews Lake on Molas Pass surrounded by the beauty of the mountains overlooking the lake. Our wedding party was our dog Brewster as the ring bearer and his sister Dallas as the flower girl. The intimacy and personalization of the ceremony itself…

An Intimate & Stunning Garden Ceremony

From the bride, Kara: We wanted a place that was beautiful and intimate in the mountains. Blue Lake Ranch had enough cabins for all of our guests and provided a gorgeous location for both the ceremony and reception.  The ceremony was held in the garden off the side of the main house overlooking the lake,…

Classic & Timeless at Andrews Lake

Photography by Carol Cardwell Photography From the bride, Revelie: When I saw the 360 degree spectacular mountain views from Andrews Lake, I knew it was the place.  Our goal for the day was a classic timeless elegance and sophistication with a minimalist perspective with the focus on nature and Durango’s beautiful landscape.   Save

Intimate in Pagosa

We are in love with this cozy elopement at the luxurious Keyah Grande Ranch. Photography by Photo Divine.   Save

Simple Elegance

From the bride, Nicole:  Our wedding was all about simple elegance in the beautiful outdoors of Southwest Colorado.  The most memorable moment was our choreographed first dance to the tango.  It was awesome. We were driving to Albuquerque the day after the wedding to fly out to Cabo.  I decided to check the weather on…

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