In traditional Jewish weddings , a couple gets married under the Chuppa, a wedding canopy and covering (often cloth) held suspended by four poles. The chuppah is symbolic of the first roof the bride and groom share together, representing their new home. This symbolizes that there are no walls in this new home, and it encourages the couple to follow…Read more
Mountain venues are not always easy to find. They aren’t at the crossroads of say, 16th street and Main. Sometimes, they’re up maintenance roads that criss cross ski runs. And sometimes the entrances to those roads aren’t easily seen. I’m talking about the road leading up to Ten Mile Station, specifically.
We hear from the various venue managers around Summit County…Read more
After guests check in and find their way around Breckenridge, they drive themselves, or arrange for a shuttle, they arrive at a wedding venue near chairlifts that service one of North America’s most popular ski resorts. This Colorado alpine destination is the scene for Ashley and Jim’s wedding at Ten Mile Station.
This local couple decided to bring their family…Read more
Christy and Gabe were married at popular Breckenridge wedding venue, Ten Mile Station on the slopes of Peak 9 at the Breckenridge Ski Resort. Thousands upon thousands of wildflowers fill the empty ski runs, while the mountain is all yours to enjoy for your special day.
A red aisle runner was decorated with white rose petals, as the bridesmaids wore…Read more
Erin Pellant of Elegant Productions, based out of Silverthorne Colorado, created this video of Ashley and Jim’s wedding at Ten Mile Station in Breckenridge, Colorado. She wrote the following words when describing this beautiful mountain gathering.
“The first time I met Ashley and Jim was over happy hour at a favorite Breck restaurant, the Blue River Bistro. Their fun attitudes and…Read more