Nestled high in Colorado’s stunning San Juan Mountains at 9,318 feet, Silverton is an outdoor paradise with a rich mining history and a storied Old West past. The town has 2 very unique and affordable wedding venues: Kendall Mountain Community Center and Historic Town Hall.
Kendall Mountain Community Center, located at the base of Kendall Mountain, features a grand room, and a full kitchen. With astonishing views in all directions, extensive wrap-around decks, a large stone fireplace, this is a very private setting for weddings. Best of all, this is amazing space is available year-round!
Historic Town Hall is located at 1360 Greene Street. This renovated historic building offers a spectacular and elegant backdrop for your special occasion. The Town Hall Assembly Room located upstairs can be transformed into an elegant reception or service area. There's a grand piano and a beautiful hardwood floor for dancing. The Victorian-style staircase lends itself well to photographs.
Kendall Mountain Community Center was basically a blank slate so it allowed us to completely customize the day. From selecting our vendors, to shopping for all of our table décor, to deciding the setup and flow for the space, we were able to personalize every aspect. Plus, the mountain views are amazing! -Jacqueline
The mountain wedding that graces the 2019 magazine cover. An intimate ceremony at 11,400 feet in the San Juan Mountains followed by a tent reception in Silverton.
A casual destination wedding in Silverton, Colorado with a laid-back vibe that included dogs and tents.
Our inspiration was the beauty of fall in the mountains. It is definitely our favorite season with the warm sunny days and cool nights, and the changing of the aspen leaves to glowing gold. We wanted to bring that feeling into our wedding day while complementing the mountain lodge architecture of our venue, and keeping in mind Silverton’s Victorian/mining history.