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Molly and Brian have been waiting two years to host their friends and family for their Spruce Mountain Ranch wedding. Pandemic weddings have proven to be extra fun, as most guests haven’t attended a party like this in years, and were SO ready to get on the dance floor with their best friends. Molly and Brian are also huge personalities and love to party. Having their event at Spruce Mountain Ranch was perfect as it could fit their 200+ guests and even a live band!!
Molly and Brian met at work in July 2014 when they were both working as recruiters. Shortly after, Brian switched to Molly’s division and they started working together more often, becoming “work besties” as Molly liked to say. Brian officially asked Molly out on a date shortly after, and using everything he had learned in sales thus far finally convinced a (slightly) reluctant Molly to go out on a date with him. It worked! After dating for quite some time, Brian proposed to Molly on a hike with her high school best friends that flew in to Denver for the weekend for her birthday (or so Molly thought). Brian wasn’t even on the hike so it was really surprising when he was waiting at the top of the hike for her! How adorable.
The wedding day went off without a hitch. It was a sunny summer day in Larkspur, Colorado. Rolling hills all around the ranch were the perfect backdrop for their ceremony, which was held at the Upper Ranch’s Trey’s Vista, one of a few spots at Spruce Mountain Ranch that can be used for ceremonies. They then migrated to the Ponderosa Room for their reception!
What’s included in Spruce Mountain Ranch weddings;
250 person capacity
10% military discount
Tables and chairs for ceremony and reception for up to 250 guests
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