Looking for cheap prices must have become the habit of couples who want to carry out a marriage. One of them is to find cheap prices for wedding venues. Here are 6 Wedding Venues in Colorado Under $1000 :
1. Ever Green Redbarn
At 7,723 feet in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, the Evergreen Red Barn sits on 11 acres of pristine property. Breathe in the fresh mountain air and enjoy getting away from the noise of the city. Lush with pine trees and unique natural rock outcroppings, you’re sure to find the perfect photo spot. Wildlife, such as elk, deer, wild turkeys, and fox frequent our property.
The rustic charm of the Red Barn is the jewel of the property. The newly remodeled dressing rooms are a comfortable space to be with your closest friends and family in preparation for your big day!
Just 3 miles north is the quaint town of Evergreen, with fine arts, crafts, gift shops, restaurants, bistros, and coffee shops. The Evergreen lake boasts of many activities from ice skating to kayaking to paddle boating. Hiking trails and open space parks abound
2. Lakewood Heritage Center Rentals
Located in historic Belmar Park, Lakewood Heritage Center offers a beautiful and unique setting for your next business meeting, wedding or special event. The Heritage Center offers affordable indoor and outdoor accommodations centrally located in a spacious park featuring historic landmark buildings of the 20th century. Accompanied by gorgeous mountain views, each event space offers a one-of-a-kind location for every occasion.
Website : http://www.lakewood.org/LHCRentals
Address : 801 S. Yarrow St. (S. Wadsworth Blvd. & W. Ohio Ave.) Lakewood, CO 80226
Phone : 303-987-7747
Email : [email protected]
3. Cascade Village
While you are at Cascade Village, plan to visit Durango and catch the steam-powered locomotive train to Silverton. The railroad began to haul passengers and freight to Silverton and returned with silver to Durango in 1882. The tracks wind through spectacular & breathtaking canyons in the remote wilderness of the two-million-acre San Juan National Forest.
There are many other outdoor activities that you will enjoy while you are here including horseback riding, tennis, river rafting, hiking, skiing and exercising in our work out room with a magnificent view of the mountains. Or you may prefer a swim in our heated indoor pool or to relax in our spa.
Our inexpensive wedding venue also offers economical travel possibilities. Flights to Durango are available with connections through Denver, Phoenix, and Dallas-Ft. Worth and are available from most larger US cities.
Cascade Village has more than 90 privately owned condominiums that you can rent. They include everything from 720 sq. ft. studios to 2200 sq. ft. three-bedroom and three-bath spaces that sleep ten occupants. They offer all sorts of attractive amenities like wood-burning fireplaces, jetted bathtubs, fully equipped kitchens, cable television, and Wi-Fi Internet access if you must.
4. Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame
The ProRodeo Hall of Fame and Museum of the American Cowboy is a truly unique western venue for any special event. You and your guest can enjoy a first class evening with a western backdrop. Whether you host an event in the Museum Hall or the Hal Littrell Pavilion, you are connected to a beautiful outdoor garden area. An event at the ProRodeo Hall of Fame is an incredible western experience – surround your event with Rodeo’s greatest artifacts.
Located on a 18-acre site tucked against the foothill of Colorado Springs, the Hall of Fame is easily identifiable from Interstate 25 by a landmark bronze statue of Hall of Fame Inductee bronc rider Casey Tibbs on the famous horse Necktie. Enjoy our beautiful gardens and the stunning backdrop of Pikes Peak.
5. Bella Serra
Our Indoor Weddings are Stunning and Affordable. Of course our couples make us look even better! Congratulations Valerie & Luis
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6. Denver Botanic Gardens
Chatfield Farms is 700 acres of what was once ranched by the Hildebrand and Green families. The site is nestled against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and trees line the banks of the Deer Creek that runs through the facility.
Three farmhouses, two barns, farm structures and the one room Deer Creek schoolhouse remain on the property. One barn and farm house and the schoolhouse have been renovated to hold private events. Incredible views of the foothills and surrounding gardens can be seen from all locations.