WEDDING AT HIGHLAND HAVEN. MARY + ROY PHO TOGRAPH Y
few places can rival the year-round beauty of Evergreen and the surrounding area, making it the
perfect backdrop for a wedding no
matter what season you’re tying the
knot. Yes, even the colder months have
provided a magical setting, offering a
snowy glisten to the bride and groom’s
Winter Wonderland wedding.
If your heart is set on getting married in Evergreen, the following
resources can help you plan the perfect
event from start to finish. From location and food to entertainment and
lodging, find out what Evergreen can
offer for that special day.
With 300 days of sunshine, outdoor weddings are very popular in Evergreen. Settings range from a whimsical fairy-filled
forest at the Highland Haven, to the rustic
beauty of The Barn at Evergreen Memorial Park. Open fields at Meadow Creek
Lodge and Event Center have provided a
natural complement to the glamour of an
indoor reception at the Lodge’s Twisted
Pines Pavillion, while The Pines at Genesee offers couples a choice of two wedding terraces, both with wooden trellises
and brick pavers.
For a more traditional setting, Evergreen
has several churches, synagogues—includ-
ing Aspen Ridge Church and Congregation
Beth Evergreen—that host weddings.
Guests have a variety of choices when
attending weddings in Evergreen and the
surrounding area. Some opt to stay at the
wedding venue, but not all locations offer
The Bears Inn Bed and Breakfast features
eleven charming guest rooms, as well as a
two-bedroom detached cabin. Guests can
rent one room or you can rent the entire inn
for your wedding party and guests.
The Mountain Bounty Bed and Breakfast sits in the middle of 10 wooded acres
stretching alongside a scenic mountain valley. Guests can enjoy hiking trails, redwood
decks, a hot tub or drinks by the fireplace.
In addition to several local bands and
wedding singers that can perform on that
special day, there is also Sound Mountain
Entertainment. The company offers the
highest quality sound, lighting and DJ
entertainment to help make your reception perfect. As experienced professionals,
they’ll provide the right music to set the
scene for every moment.
The Pines at Genesee is exclusive to its in-house caterer, The Pines Catering. Since
1982, The Pines has catered thousands of
weddings, rehearsal dinners, holiday celebrations and more. The Pines can cater any
event, from an informal reception to a four-course sit-down dinner.
For venues that don’t offer an in-house
caterer, there is La’Cuisine of Evergreen.
Wedding consultant Laurie Baumer, has
been creating beautiful Colorado weddings
for more than a decade. Working beside
gourmet chef Dylan Shively, who is trained
in the Colorado traditions of the world
famous Brown Palace Hotel, Baumer will
ensure your reception is stunning, elegant
and, of course, delicious. In addition to its
finest selection of gourmet food, La’ Cuisine
of Evergreen offers a full spectrum of party,
event and wedding services, including ven-
ues, florists, staffing and musicians.
Evergreen also has a number of restau-
rants that offer catering, as well as baker-
ies and liquor stores to supply wedding
cakes and alcohol for the reception.
STAFF & TRAVEL
Couples can find several transportation
companies to provide limo service, a local
florist and even a company that provides
professional bartending and food service
staff. Those needing help arranging flights
for family and friends can contact one of the
local travel agencies. Ask about a bridal registry, which gives guests the option of donating to the couple’s chosen honeymoon.
For more information on any of these
businesses, visit evergreenchamber.org,
click on “Visit Here,” and then scroll down