Fraser, Colorado
Fraser, Colorado
couple eloping in Colorado with dogs

Elope in the Rocky Mountains

Whether it’s just the two of you, or with an intimate group of friends and family, the Wild Horse Inn is the perfect setting for a small wedding or Colorado elopement. No matter the season, our property boasts a breathtaking Rocky Mountain backdrop for your special day. Our elopement celebrations allow for up to 15 guests.

You must call 970-726-0456 to book your elopement.

INTIMATE ELOPEMENT PACKAGE

couple eloping in the mountain holding daisies

Pricing from $750 – No Lodging Required
Book Wild Horse Inn’s outdoor and common areas for an intimate ceremony for the two of you, or include up to 8 of your closest friends or family for no additional charge. Add $100 to include up to 12 close friends or family members.

Package Includes:

  • Use of Wild Horse Inn’s grounds and common areas for your ceremony, a toast, and photography from 12:30 – 2:30 pm for up to 8 people plus the couple.
  • Use of chairs on site, if needed.
  • One bottle of Champagne or cider for a toast (add another bottle for $30 more).
  • One small bouquet and a boutonniere. Or choose two small bouquets or two boutonnieres.
  • List for photographer, officiants, and other vendors provided on request (not included in base price).

Inquire About Elopements

table set with flowers and champagne

Event Customization

Whether it’s a private dinner or thoughtfully decorated room, we are happy to entertain requests to make your day even more special. Or you can add on one of our standard packages to ramp up the romance. Event planning services are also available for an additional fee. 

log cabin room with for-poster bed

Lodging Accommodations

We require a two-night stay for the couple, at a minimum. Lodging requirements for larger parties will be discussed at booking. We have 7 rooms and 3 cabins, two of which are dog-friendly. Gourmet breakfast is included for inn guests.

The majestic views & natural surroundings
set the scene for romance in the Rockies.

Two brown horses in the snow