If there's anything I want to share one thing over and over again when it comes to mountain weddings is to "Have a back up plan for any outdoor portions of your destination wedding." More than likely it will rain. And get windy. So, to keep guests comfortable, it helps to plan ahead and have some protection from the elements in place, like a tent. Those can be rented and customized with lighting and heaters and matching decor. The second option is to have an alternate location for an outdoor ceremony if it were to be a downpour. If you can be flexible, just let the rain do its thing and move on. Colorado storms move fairly quickly and can be sunny in about an hour or so. Extend cocktail hour until there's a break in the weather, or just use your inside alternative and keep the party on schedule. It's really a discussion between production staff like caterers and others who have time-sensitive products and services.
Please contact us to learn more about making sure you're covered when it comes to mountain weather, temporary event rentals like tents, and what you're up to. We've worked in a lot of different venues and know them better than most.