When it comes to Denver wedding venues, the options are endless. The Colorado capital seamlessly transitions from ranchy and rustic to sleek and modern, meaning there’s a venue for every kind of couple and every kind of wedding.
As you’re searching for the perfect Denver wedding venue for your nuptials, here are eight options that would be the perfect setting for your dream wedding day.
For the Edgy Couple: Moss Denver
If industrial-style details like exposed brick, warn wood, and concrete floors make your heart go pitter-patter, you’ll adore Moss Denver. The former factory space has lots of personality, from the aptly named Chandelier Room with crystal overhead to the Edison Room, where Edison bulbs glow against impressive moss walls. Invite 200 guests to join you as you enjoy the seamless flow and airy options that abound behind warm brick walls, and make the most of Denver’s iconic Santa Fe Arts District.
For the Nature-Loving Couple: Denver Botanic Gardens
This urban oasis is an ideal downtown Denver wedding venue, providing a natural respite from the bustle of the city. Take your pick of verdant settings for an outdoor ceremony, then dine amongst the flowers or head inside to Mitchell Hall to dance beneath the sculpted ceiling. Or head just outside the city to Chatfield Farms in Littleton, where historic structures offer rustic mountain charm in the foothills of the Rockies - all a short drive from downtown.
For the Vintage Couple: The Manor House
Built in 1914, The Manor House is full of American history. Built by the same architect who designed the Brown Palace and the Oxford Hotel in Denver, the 20-room home has hosted the likes of Theodore Roosevelt and William Taft - and is now available for you and your 250 guests. Whether you tie the knot in an intimate ceremony in front of one of the gorgeous fireplaces, dance all night in the elegant ballroom, or sip cocktails on the lawn with Dry Creek Canyon in the background, this spectacular home will take you back in time.
For the Artsy Couple: Space Gallery
Surround yourselves and your guests with contemporary fine art in a sleek, spacious Denver wedding venue. Clean lines and modern design create a blank canvas for your celebration, while Space Gallery’s schedule of spectacular exhibitions will add excitement and color to your big day. Don’t forget to head outside to the Sculpture Garden for cocktails or twilight photos so your guests can get a feel for what Denver is all about!
For the Rustic Couple: The Barn at Evergreen Memorial Park
Set in the foothills just west of Denver, this 100-acre park is perfect for a Colorado couple. The charming Barn Chapel is filled with history, as the structure itself was built from the remnants of five weathered barns and an historic church gathered from across Colorado. Log beams frame towering stained glass windows, and three interior levels can accommodate up to 235 guests. Exchange vows in front of the reclaimed windows, or tie the knot in the meadow before retreating inside for dinner and dancing. Enjoy panoramic views, historic accents, and an accommodating staff that will help create your dream wedding day.
For the Old World Couple: Villa Parker
Want to transport your guests to a European oasis without leaving Colorado? Head to Villa Parker. This Tuscan-style estate is situated southeast of Denver but feels a world away. Covered walkways and meandering paths edge the lush gardens, while towering trees dramatically frame the manicured ceremony lawn. A Mediterranean-style terra cotta roof covers the ballroom, where floor-to-ceiling windows invite the outdoors in. Or you can dance all night under the stars on the garden terrace, surrounded by Old World charm.
For the Downtown Couple: The Denver Athletic Club
This private club is a sophisticated choice for any Denver couple, with room to host up to 400 guests in the heart of the city. Shimmering chandeliers light high ceilings of the the newly-renovated ballroom, a classic setting for a downtown celebration. But it’s the rooftop that really shines, where the sprawling Sundeck lets you celebrate surrounded by Denver’s skyline. As the evening winds down, head to the club’s eight-lane bowling alley for an after-party your guests are sure to remember.
For the History-Loving Couple: Mile High Station
Originally built in 1897 as the Midwest Steel and Ironworks building, Mile High Station has been lovingly restored to highlight the turn-of-the-century details (think a steel “I-beam” structure and warm wood floors) while also offering an expansive and versatile setting for modern couples’ weddings. With space to seat 550 guests across the main floor and mezzanine, this Denver wedding venue has more than enough room for your loved ones - as well as plenty of space to create a unique and cozy arrangement for a more intimate group. No matter the size of your guest list, this single-event venue is all yours, all day.