Grand Junction, CO Wedding Venues

From famous mountain biking trails to rows upon rows of vineyards, in-town shopping and entertainment, Grand Junction and the greater Grand Valley area has more than enough to put it on our list of destination wedding-worthy places. It’s also incredibly close to adventure-packed honeymoon options like Moab and Arches National Park – paradise in the form of red rock formations and breathtaking views of the Colorado River. What we’re really trying to tell you is this: from near or far, local or destination, Grand Junction is one wonderful place to plan a wedding.

Grand Junction Wedding Venues

We’ve already mentioned Grand Junction’s role in winemaking. The area, considered Colorado’s wine country, is home to several vineyards – and what better place to hold your special day than amid the careful lines of a beautiful winery? Two Rivers Winery is one area venue, and the property’s chateau is an event center and inn fit for an upscale event. The grounds themselves have an outdoor pavilion perfect for sunlit ceremonies, and the bluffs of the Colorado National Monument make for a photo-friendly background. Meanwhile, the Wine Country Inn is a setting made up of Victorian-style buildings and a number of unique sites. The Vineyard Ballroom is comfortable for celebrations of up to 100 guests, while the Rose and Sage Rooms are best for small gatherings or intimate rehearsal dinners. An on-site catering kitchen is well-equipped and the chef is prepared to customize a dinner reception menu tailored specifically to your wedding day.

P.S. Don’t forget to use the best planning tools around – our wedding websites are perfect for communicating with your guests and sharing the details of your wedding day and registry.

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