Iconic Weddings is THE place to find your mountain wedding venue. As part of Vail Resorts, we offer a unique variety of wedding locations at our world-class ski resorts you are probably familiar with in Colorado, Utah, California and Grand Teton National Park.
With so many breath-taking destinations, the decision on where to spend the best day of your life can be difficult. Iconic Weddings was created to help you understand each destination and what it has to offer for you and your partner as well as those lucky enough to celebrate with you.
Our years of experience and deep knowledge of all the resorts allow us to help you select the perfect spot to begin your marriage.
Wedding Sales Expert: Mountains
Home Base: Breckenridge, CO
Wedding Experience: 10
Growing up in New Hampshire, Cat developed a deep love of the outdoors. Her childhood memories are of hiking in the White Mountains, swimming and boating on lake Winnipesaukee, and skiing at Gunstock, Attitash and Sugarloaf. Her affection for the outdoors drew her to Colorado and for the past 13 years she’s been proud to call Breckenridge “home”. In her free time she enjoys mountain biking, cross country skiing with her 2 dogs, gardening, and enjoying her wonderful boyfriend’s cooking. Cat is a perpetual optimist and loves working with couples to help them find the wedding destination of their dreams.
Cat’s 2 Cents on planning a mountain wedding: Send out your save the dates early so that your friends and family can plan their annual family trip to your wedding destination. Incorporate a little bit of yourselves into the entire wedding by giving your guests a list of activities that you enjoy doing in the mountains. This way they can experience the destination just as you would and it makes it that much more special.
Cat’s favorite Haute Couture wedding trend: Turquoise, lace (or silk) and leather! Mix that in with gorgeous mountain surroundings and the colors pop yet look so natural. I always love high end cowboy boots on the girls to contrast with elegant gowns. I don’t know if that will ever go out of style in the western mountains.