Brides from all over the country come to Colorado to get married because of our absolutely breathtaking Rocky Mountain views and beautiful changing of seasons. Many choose the winter months hoping for a magically snowy backdrop that they will be able to remember for the rest of their lives. However, for those brides that may be from colder regions or those are simply looking for a venue that is both extraordinary and one that will keep their guests comfortable no matter the weather outside, I give you the wedding in a conservatory!
The conservatory creates a beautiful setting for a wedding celebration no matter the season, but I think it is especially magical during the winter months when you and your guests will be trying to escape the cold.
Not only does the conservatory offer a bright and temperature controlled setting for your ceremony but it is sure to have secret walkways that will create the perfect setting for romantic couples photos. You won’t have to venture out into the cold to share your first look or a moment of quite reflection with your partner before the party starts.
From a small intimate gathering of your nearest and dearest to a large raucous celebration with all your friends and family. No matter the size of the party you are looking to throw, most conservatories offer a considerable amount of gathering space amidst the fountains and flowers. And for those that may have a smaller floral budget, this setting comes with loads of greenery and flowers already in place.
Day or night, the lighting in your conservatory reception hall will be simply magical! Perfectly diffused sunlight for a late afternoon ceremony fades to the soft twinkle of market lights and candles galore. As the light outside wanes and the temperature drops, the warmth only grows inside this fairy tale setting.
With the winter season in full swing and holiday music on the radio, the words of one of my favorite songs seems quite appropriate here:
The snow is snowing, the wind is blowing,
But I can weather the storm,
What do I care how much it may storm,
I’ve got my love to keep me warm.