YOUR GUIDE FOR FINDING THE ELOPEMENT LOCATION THAT'S PERFECT FOR YOU IN SCENIC COLORADO.
Before I dive into all the incredible places in Colorado. let me just say this. At the end of the day the location doesn't matter. What makes this entire experience perfect is that you both are pledging to create an experience that is intentional and true to you. You are celebrating you for all that you are and that my friends is the most beautiful thing ever!
But hey, having a location that speaks even more to who you both are just makes everything that much more epic. So why not narrow it down a little bit and find that spot that makes your heart skip and fills your soul with all the emotions?
My goal when helping couples is to chose a location that is true to them. A place they feel safe, welcome and free in. It's not about finding a pretty place. It's about finding a place that fits their vison, that is something they want.
There's a reason why Colorado is recommended to so many couples. Beyond the obvious fact that Colorado is hands down gorgeous, there is adventure. Something so many couples that elope crave. There is connection. Many couples want that intimate experience where they can connect as a couple but also connect with their surroundings, the experience and nature. Colorado has that and so much more. It's also pretty dang easy to elope in Colorado; you can even marry yourselves. Find out more on how in my guide on How to Elope
The great thing about Colorado is that there are so many different locations, scenery, adventures to be had. So how in the heck do you choose? Don't worry, when it comes to helping you find the perfect spot, I have you covered.
The most important thing to remember when eloping in this:
There are no rules. This entire process is about you, your story, your relationship. Your truth is what matters above all else. This is why so many couples are now choosing to elope.
So yeah, I got your back. Now let's find that epic spot!
I want you to close your eyes. When you think about Colorado ask yourself this: