The Vail Wedding Guide/Planner is a guide to assist you in coordinating your wedding day and
ensures you will have the most wonderful day with your loved one that you both have been looking forward to. We
have the best of the best for where to select the perfect
formalwear, the most beautiful floral
photographers, music, caterers, location of your ceremony, limousine services and more.
We look forward to assisting you plan for this exciting day to share with your family and closest friends, and
we commit to providing you with exceptional service. The
Vail Wedding Guide/Planner offers a wide variety
of professional services that will assist you in making your wedding day complete. Our guide consists of:
Personal Wedding Planners, Location of Your Wedding, where to order Flowers, Rentals & Décor. A guide in
selecting the perfect Formalwear, Wedding Cake and Invitations. And of course the right person for the
Videography, Photography, Clergy, Catering, Limousine Service, Travel, and where to go on your Honeymoon!
Plummer Events (970) 390-7275 All Inclusive
Wedding Production Company. Catering, Florals, Coordination
I Do Wedding Services Jenifer Hammond
Perfectly Planned Cheryl Johnston Phone:
347-463-3894 Fax: 303-657-3356
Kent Pettit 877-845-0505
Wedding Chocolates/ Bridesmaids Gifts/ Family
FLOWERS / RENTALS / DECOR
Secret Garden 970-476-2241
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WEDDING AND RECEPTION LOCATIONS
at Vail - www.antlersvail.com - (970) 476-2471
Vail Plaza Hotel And Club The Vail Plaza
Hotel and Club is located in Vail, CO
The Lodge At Vail, A Rockresort Nestled at
the base of Vail Mountain, The Lodge at Vail, A
Rock Resort enjoys a prime location in Vail, CO
Lionshead Inn Settled in one of the world's
premier resort towns, the Lionshead Inn in Vail,
Gourmet Cowboy: Tom McNeill 970-748-6898
GIFTS & FAVORS
LIMOUSINE / TRANSPORTATION
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Live wedding streamed over the internet to the
loved ones that cannot attend. Secure,
private. Podcasts also available.
On-demand rebroadcasts. Call to reserve a
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OFFICIANT / CLERGY / PASTOR / DIRECTOR
Colorado Minister - Rev
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Creating Personal Traditions:
Writing your own wedding vows may suit your
personal wedding style, but it can be a bit of a
daunting task to begin
with. If you are trying
to write your own vows, don’t let the task
overwhelm you or intimidate you. Writing your
own vows should begin and end with how you feel,
not what others are expecting. If you are
creating your own wedding ceremony
and style and
you want to write your own vows, here are a few
questions to consider in creating the vows you
When and where did you first meet?
What was the state of your life before the two
of you met?
At what point did you realize you were in love?
Describe the feeling.
What inspires you about your loved one?
What life goals and dreams do you share?
What have you learned from each other?
What qualities make your love unique? What
qualities will keep it strong?
How has your view of the world changed since you
fell in love?
What do you most look forward to about life with
What are some special moments in your
relationship? Use them all, even the sad times
as well as the happy, moving,
What happened the day you asked her to marry
you? How did you feel?
Reading the vows you have written yourself
during your wedding ceremony can be one of the
most romantic things
you’ve ever done. It’s the
kind of thing that really helps you create your
own personal wedding style. Writing your own
vows is a kind of personal touch that cannot be
replicated by any other style of vow.
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Vail/ Beaver Creek History-
As most mountain towns in Colorado, Vail and
Beaver Creek have a rich history of gold and
silver mining dating back in the late 19th
century. Vail at that time was known as Gore
Creek Valley and Beaver Creek was known as the
Eagle River Valley.
Originally inhabited by Ute Native Americans,
the Eagle River Valley was a summer hunting and
fishing haven for the Indians. By 1874, the
first settlers arrived to the valley. Fortune
hunters and settlers scoured the state, striking
lead carbonate ore in Leadville. Ranchers and
farmers produced cattle, sheep, potatoes, peas,
lettuce and cream. Gore Creek Valley and Eagle
River Valley remained settled by rugged ranchers
and farmers who lived off the land until the
Then, in 1957, World War II veteran Pete
Seibert, along with Earl Eaton, a local rancher
and ski enthusiast who helped build Colorado's
Camp Hale for wartime ski troopers, hiked up
from that valley to the top of what is now Vail
Mountain. They recognized a unique opportunity
to create a very special place, and thus, Vail
was born. The resort opened for skiing on
December 15, 1962, and the first lift tickets
were sold for $5 each.
By 1969, Vail was the most popular resort in
Colorado and by 1970, Vail was becoming the best
mountain to ski in United States. The history of
Vail and the development of this unique
community have made it one of the world's
premier mountain resorts.
The vision of a ski resort in the Beaver Creek
and McCoy Creek areas came about in 1956, when
Earl Eaton and John Burke discussed future
possibilities. Vail at this time, was about five
years from its grand opening, so Beaver Creek
ski resort would have to wait for nearly two
decades before the founder of Vail, Pete
Siebert, began looking carefully at the 2,200
acre mix of rolling slopes, gentle meadows and
incredible steep drops, only eight miles west of
With Siebert's vision, beautiful Beaver Creek
Resort was born and was immediately slated to
begin hosting the alpine events for the 1976
Winter Olympics. Although the Winter Olympics
did not come to Denver, Beaver Creek Mountain
continued to grow and opened December 15, 1980.
Beaver Creek has blossomed into a world-class
ski resort featuring a pedestrian village set
against a rugged Rocky Mountain backdrop.