The Shoe at Timber Ridge: Keystone, Colorado Mountain Wedding Venue

When you work in the industry you see some funny things over the years, and going through all the items left over, I find “The Shoe at Timber Ridge, a Keystone Colorado Mountain Wedding Venue.” This is one of the thousands of images I’ve shared over on our original Instagram account for Petal and Bean, before our new Instagram account @breckweddings. 

Follow us there and on our other social profiles and follow the fun. We’re updating our website, so if you’re reading this as a fresh post, you’ll see the site changing as you come back over the next few days. We’re working on some new ideas for the site and appreciate all of you stopping by, thanks for reading!

If you’re planning a mountain top wedding at Timber Ridge, please contact us to learn more about solving your wedding planning problems and getting it done right.

Epic Sunset in Breckenridge, Colorado

The team at the shop has been busy with winter weddings, helping photographers find the Ice Castles for photo shoots and still working on getting to all those images of weddings submitted here. In the meantime, I wanted to share this epic sunset in Breckenridge, Colorado. Right outside the window of the barn is the best office view in the whole world.

{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch in Breckenridge, Colorado

When you plan a destination wedding in Breckenridge, you can choose to have your gathering at one of the many luxury home rentals available in the area. Emily and John at the V3 Ranch in Breckenridge, Colorado sits high up on Baldy Mountain, and has panoramic views of the Breckenridge Ski Resort and the Ten Mile Range.

To see more images from this wedding, you can visit the blog at Apples and Oranges Photography.

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{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch in Breckenridge, Colorado

{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch in Breckenridge, Colorado

{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch n Breckenridge, Colorado  |  Photo courtesy of  Apples and Oranges Photography.

{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch n Breckenridge, Colorado  |  Photo www.applesandorangesphotography.com

{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch n Breckenridge, Colorado  |  Photo www.applesandorangesphotography.com

{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch n Breckenridge, Colorado  |  Photo www.applesandorangesphotography.com

{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch n Breckenridge, Colorado  |  Photo www.applesandorangesphotography.com

{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch n Breckenridge, Colorado  |  Photo www.applesandorangesphotography.com

{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch n Breckenridge, Colorado  |  Photo www.applesandorangesphotography.com

{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch in Breckenridge, Colorado

{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch n Breckenridge, Colorado  |  Photo www.applesandorangesphotography.com

{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch n Breckenridge, Colorado  |  Photo www.applesandorangesphotography.com

{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch n Breckenridge, Colorado  |  Photo www.applesandorangesphotography.com

{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch n Breckenridge, Colorado  |  Photo www.applesandorangesphotography.com

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{ Real Mountain Wedding } Emily + John at the V3 Ranch n Breckenridge, Colorado  |  Photo www.applesandorangesphotography.com

Rainy Day Back Up for A Wedding at the Alpenglow Stube at the Keystone Resort

When you decide to have a mountain top gathering, it’s a really good idea for you to hvae a rainy day back up for a wedding at the Alpenglow Stube at the Keystone Resort. In the summertime, it rains more often than it doesn’t, and it’s best to prepare and plan for strong winds, wet weather and colder than wanted temperatures.

This couple married at a venue that guests took two gondolas to get to. We drive up. If it’s rainy, it will be cold. Prepare guests by suggesting layers, or providing shawls or blankets. A welcome bag with trail mix, chocolate, portable oxygen, local maps and magazines, and a flashlight would be nice. Or, suggest guests download an app that will brighten up a dark gondola.

Ask us how we can help describe the feeling that these wedding venues at the Keystone Resort provide. We’ve been working at them for almost 20 years and have seen lots of events happen at each one over the years. We love the Ski Tip Lodge and the Keystone Ranch, and neither require a gondola for transportation. Oh, the choices you have to make. Let’s talk soon, ok?

Please contact us to learn more about the table centerpieces you see here in the Alpenglow Stube. It’s the smaller of the two rooms at the Outpost at North Peak. Timber Ridge is the much larger room with super tall ceilings. It’s a completely different experience than the intimate scene at the stube. 

In the image above, the couple makes a smart call to have the ceremony in front of the fire place. For a small crowd, this is perfectly fine, as your guests will be much more comfortable. You can always go out for photos once the rain has cleared. Go with the flow, and if nothing else, there’s always the cake to end the day on a literal sweet note. Thanks for reading!

The Grand Hall at Copper Station in Copper Mountain, Colorado

One of our favorite wedding venues in the high country is the Grand Hall at Copper Station in Copper Mountain, Colorado. Not only is there a rain back-up location, but there are a few different options for ceremonies. Some chose the space outside the venue, while others choose the grassy slopes that turn into snow-covered ski slopes in the winter.

See this venue and others on our Pinterest board that’s all things wedding venues in Summit County, Colorado. You won’t this many photos of mountain wedding venues on any other blog like this one. If you do, please contact us, so we can check it out. Otherwise, contact us to tell us how much you’ve learned from our blog, and to tell us how we can help you best. Thanks!