Colorado Springs


Brad Walters is a Colorado Springs based photographer who travels to many parts of the world photographing weddings for his clients.


Colorado Springs is not only our hometown, but is also absolutely full of stunning locations for a wedding. If you are a bride with a real sense for the aesthetic as most of our clients are, and you are a Colorado Springs native, then you have an unfair advantage over most brides because of the sheer number of picturesque locations you have to choose from for your Colorado Springs wedding. If your not a local bride, consider having a destination wedding in beautiful Colorado Springs!

Among the more notable locations to have your wedding in the Colorado Springs area is the Broadmoor Hotel. The Broadmoor is known for its historic beginnings, and its old world European luxury with stunning views of the front range of the Rocky Mountains. The Broadmoor is one of the most sought after venues for a Colorado Springs wedding.

Another incredibly beautiful and picturesque location for a Colorado Springs wedding and reception is the Garden of the Gods Country Club. Built directly on top of a mesa, the Garden of the Gods Country Club boasts unparalleled views of the Garden’s world famous rock formations. A little known secret about the Garden of the Gods Country club, is that they do in-fact have accommodations for overnight stays, and very nice accommodations indeed. Many of the rooms have commanding views of the Garden, making the club an excellent choice for not only your wedding and reception, but also your honeymoon. The Garden of the Gods Country Club is an upscale, fine dining venue that is in a league all its own with Colorado Springs weddings.

If you are looking for a picturesque place for your ceremony only, consider the Garden of the Gods itself for the ceremony venue. A ceremony in the Garden itself is a very cost effective way to have your ceremony in a legendary location, and is the classic Colorado Springs wedding ceremony location.

The Cheyenne Mountain Country Club is another upscale venue nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, and has amazing views of the Rocky Mountain front range. With activities such as golf, tennis, aquatics, and fine dining, the Cheyenne Mountain Country Club is the place for you if you and your fiancé are the active type, and boasts AAA four diamond luxury ratings.

The Briarhurst Manor, located in Manitou Springs offers beautiful views of Pikes Peak, with indoor and outdoor areas to enjoy the scenery. The Briarhurst Manor is an historic Victorian manor house built in 1876, with an outdoor gazebo, trellis, and a Rose Garden Tea House. So if an "old world", or victorian feel for you Colorado Springs wedding is what you're looking for, the Briarhust Manor is certanily and option to consider.

If you are planning a destination wedding in Colorado Springs, the Colorado Springs area is renowned for its Bed & Breakfast choices, and we have gathered a list of Bed and Breakfasts for you to further research. Some are expansive 20 acres lodges, while others are more affordable and cozy. The following is only a short list of Colorado Springs B&Bs: Black Forest Bed and Breakfast, Holden House, Summit House Inn, Crescent Lily Inn, Lennox House Bed and Breakfast, Our Hearts Inn, Cheyenne Canon Inn, Room at the Inn, and St. Mary’s Inn.