If you’re looking for an amazing destination for your celebration of love, Summit County, CO, weddings offer a wide variety of settings for every budget. Mountain tops, ski resort decks, lakeside docks and natural points of interest are among the many choices available. With its proximity to Denver, couples on the move often land here to create their special day. Arapahoe Basin weddings offer surprises. As a ski resort without lodging, A-Basin holds its events midway up the hill at Black Mountain Lodge, so everyone gets on the lift temporarily to witness a lifetime commitment. Breckenridge weddings happen everywhere from luxurious on-mountain lodges to the modest proposal of Carter Park in town. For Dillon weddings and Silverthorne weddings, town parks and pavilions are also popular draws for parties of all sizes. Dramatic views under expansive blue skies are among the many elements of a Keystone wedding. Keystone’s Alpenglow Stube, the country’s highest gourmet restaurant (at 11,444 feet) offers a truly gracious experience. For couples looking to exchange vows in a traditional setting, Copper Mountain weddings can take place at the resort’s intimate chapel. Also throughout the county, couples can look at large private homes that have been converted to full-service venues.
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Summit County Weddings & Weather
Sometimes Mother Nature and Summit County weddings don’t mix, regardless of season. A running joke in Colorado (and especially here in Summit County) is that if you don’t care for the weather, wait 10 minutes because it’s likely to change. With that in mind, most wedding planners and venues will insist on a tented or indoor option connected to the outdoor event you’ve created. While many celebrations will be sun-filled, remember that precipitation on a wedding day brings good luck!