Denver offers many exciting options for the couple planning their Colorado wedding. The city's sunny, dry weather makes it a favorite for outdoor weddings, especially in the summertime. Don't forget to rent a tent to shade your party, which can be augmented with portable heater rentals once the sun goes down.
Denver is known for its gorgeous landscapes and magnificent natural views. If you're a nature lover, you may want to take a tour with your photographer or videographer to capture a photo session in one of Denver's many mountain parks, like Genesee Park. For those couples who aren’t feeling so adventurous, you can catch the Denver Skyline at sunset from City Park. Do you and your fiancé share a wild side? Why not take your engagement photos in front of Denver's famous "Broncho Buster" sculpture at the capitol grounds? If your photos come out especially well, you may want to use them for your invitations and Save the Date cards, too.
Are you expecting many guests from out of town? Impress them by greeting them at the Denver International Airport with a rented limousine. Not only will you make your guests feel like movie stars, but you'll also ensure that they reach your event on time and without getting lost in an unfamiliar city. Limos are also a great way to give guests a tour if they're visiting Denver for the first time. Don’t forget favorite attractions like the Denver Art Museum and the Denver Pavilion.
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