Last Minute Elopement to Colorado

Independence Pass: Aspen, Colorado Elopement Package

Colorado Wedding Elopement Packages

If you're ready to tie the knot and start your married life, then there's no time to waste when you can get started right away with the details for a Last Minute Elopement to Colorado! You'll arrive at Denver International Airport (DIA, as it's called), pass by Bluecifer and go through Denver on your way west towards the mountains. Once in the mountains, you'll arrive at one of the many mountain towns that are near world class ski resorts, like Breckenridge, Vail or Aspen. These winter playgrounds are superb choices for elopements as the Rocky Mountains are naturally romantic with dramatic ridgelines and vistas around every corner.

We'll work with you to determine the right wedding package, with the right mix of vendors and services for your wedding experience. Want a quiet mountainside location? Downtown Breckenridge is convenient and has lots of Victorian buildings that will be forever captured in photographs from one of our partner photographers that we have personally vetted and recommended.

Yes, you could probably plan it all yourself, but like anything you do, it will take time and you won't be sure if you've never been up this way before. That's where we come in. We carefully screen websites, portfolios and rely on our past experiences of over 1,000 weddings and 20 years of living in the Colorado high country to find the qualified vendors and appropriate venues to match with our clients.

Click this link or the image below to see our newest location for mountain nuptials, Independence Pass near Aspen, Colorado.

Independence Pass: Aspen, Colorado Elopement Package | Image: Trystan Photography

Fall Colors and Holiday Getaways

It's the beginning of September, and if you're interested in Fall Colors and gorgeous Aspen trees as your backdrop, then you better hurry. The leaves peak around the middle of the month and will last until the end of the month. So, for a few weeks the hills are alive with the colors of green and gold. Then, the mountains are empty until the snow fills up the slopes.

The off-season or "mud season" as locals call it in the spring happen twice a year. Once in the spring after the snow melts, and after the colors peak, until the ski areas open. Fall is filled with a rare energy of anticipation as mountain enthusiasts watch the weather reports in hopes of early snow storms to come in and lay down the goods.

The mountain towns are always fun around the holidays, so pack your costumes and head up this way for a unique Halloween wedding elopement. Or, choose to be here for Thanksgiving where you can literally give thanks to your best friend as you exchange vows. No two weddings are ever the same, so check out some of our options like Sapphire Point, where there are panoramic views of the Ten Mile and Gore Ranges. You'd be hard pressed to find another outdoor ceremony location that has a nearby hiking loop that allows you to explore the mountains in such a way in less than a mile. It's a easy walk and is good for kids too. Click here or the image below to see the Sapphire Point wedding package, or click here to see the options included in our basic custom wedding elopement package.

Sapphire Point Wedding | Image: Marianne Brown Photography

Have Your Cake and Eat it Too

If all of this sounds good to you, then guess what? We have a special sweet treat just for you. That's right, we're gonna hook you up with a FREE small wedding cake as our gift to you. Sometimes it pays to wait until the last minute. If you haven't found the right package in the links above, then click here to see all our packages, and if you need some help or have more questions, then please contact us right now. Time's a wastin' so get to it.