As we near the end of a fantastic 2016 and look ahead to an even better 2017, we’re excited to begin sharing some of our favorite vendors and venues with you. First up – The Venue at Flying Horse Ranch!
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After hosting 33 weddings during its first full season, it’s safe to say the launch of the Venue at Flying Horse Ranch has been a huge success. With just one year under its belt, FHR has been nominated for Best Venue in both the Gazette’s Best of Springs and Best of 2017 Denver awards. With good reason, too! Have you seen this place yet? The main house opens into a grand ballroom, with enough space to comfortably seat 175 guests. Have a larger guest list? No problem. They’ve also got a beautiful patio just off of the ballroom, which can easily be tented in case of inclement weather. You can also set up in the beautifully refinished barn. You’ll never believe there were once horses in there!
Flying Horse Ranch prides itself on its ability to host progressive events. With enough separate spaces to keep guests guessing, your party can flow naturally from (just as an example) an outdoor ceremony on the lawn to cocktail hour on the patio to dinner in the ballroom and finally out to the barn to end the night dancing. There are so many options, which is a huge appeal when couples are looking for ways to make their weddings unique.
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We’re honored to work exclusively with the ranch, alongside many respected and favored vendors. When you book with FHR, the rest is a breeze. You’ll be thrilled with whoever you choose from their list of caterers, and if you’ve never been to a party with Peak Beverage, you’re in for a treat. Seriously, they are great!
Looking ahead to 2017, the Venue is excited to be offering on site day of coordination, which means all you need to worry about is keeping your mimosa glass filled while you’re pampered by your makeup artist in the bridal suite or how many games of pool in the groom’s quarters you can win before you need to get that suit and tie on.
Photo credit: Teresa Woodhull Photography