Hotel Boulderado | Boulder
Hotel Boulderado and Chautauqua Park Wedding
Some days go by quickly due to the passion, excitement, and energy. We started off at Hotel Boulderado. Hair and makeup is getting done, guys are having out in their room. Luke and Rebecca started off seeing each other before the ceremony on the balcony of the steps where the ceremony would be held. We loved capturing the emotion of the first look! We went outside Hotel Boulderado and had an adventurous moment in the middle of the street. (Hint) People will honk at you in celebration on your wedding day rather than run you over.
We then made our way to Chautauqua Park for some pre-ceremony pictures. Rain happens but you get the pictures in quick and capture the beautiful mountain terrain. The ceremony was gorgeous. One of the sweetest moments of the day was watching Luke and Rebecca’s daughter Alea giggle with delight as she saw Rebecca walk out during the ceremony. I love how Alea stole the show! The reception was filled with lots of joy and laughter. You could tell that their friends and family loved them very much. So many people wanted to make a toast and share stories. Below a just a few of the many memories we captured throughout the wedding day.
Hotel Boulderado Venue Review:
The Hotel Boulderado in Boulder, CO is a very fun and unique place to have your wedding. I have stayed at a number of hotels over the years and this one is certainly unique. It has an old school class and refinement to it. It feels high end when you come in while at the same time cozy. If you were looking to get married in Boulder it would be on the list of top places to get married. The staff there was great. They pulled everything together and were quite professional. It was the little things that set them apart as they were attentive, smiling, laughing, and constantly on the move.
Some places you feel like they are austere and cold but here I feel the venue staff added to the energy of the day. The layout is a little different. We love the seating all around the balcony. Perhaps it is because we had a similar layout. It allows for a lot of unique angles on the ceremony. The floor is open but can be a little tight for dinner depending on the number of guests. What we liked was that it was all together and that you could flow well between the different spaces. The rooms look great and have the same old school class to them. The hotel was a great choice for a colorado wedding just outside of Denver that is close to the mountains.