The way the light falls so gently, the ease of the breeze and the laid-back vibe means a wedding in Eagle is not only a day to be remembered but also a day to be coveted forever. Most of the Down Valley wedding venues are low key — think of a nice pavilion on a sweeping field with a park nearby, restaurants with expansive green lawns or the country club far up Sylvan Lake Road. Get hitched in a field and bring the guests to a brewery or distillery. Say I Do in church and head to a restaurant. No matter your choice you can't go wrong with having a wedding in Eagle, Gypsum or Wolcott.
Sure, summer is lovely, but until you see the bright golden aspen leaves, you’re missing out. An autumn Eagle wedding may come with snow, but it will still be a blessed day, special for everyone attending. Get married up at Sylvan Lake State Park then head back to town for a special night of revelry.There are so many high-end caterers in the area, no one will go hungry at a Gypsum or Eagle wedding, and you just might end up sampling food you've never tried before. If the thought of holding a Down Valley wedding is too much to think about, hire a wedding planner for the event or even just for the day. Eagle and Gypsum have many such experts.
Down Valley Weddings at Their Best
Wolcott, that tiny town east of Gypsum and Eagle, has a gem nestled in the wilderness but only a few miles from I-70. 4 Eagle Ranch has expansive views of the mountains and can host a tiny gathering or a wedding of hundreds. And it feels oh so Western! Guests from around the world will simply swoon at the beauty and the horses gently neighing in the field.Not quite up for something so rustic? Check out the smaller restaurants in Gypsum, or wed on the banks of the river. It will be a special day no matter what you choose, where you get married but there is no doubt, a Down Valley wedding is a one-of-a-kind event.