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Monday, September 19, 2011

Mile High Station -- Totally Fell In Love With This Venue

Denver area brides looking for a rustic yet urban look should consider choosing Mile High Station.  It's a downtown Denver venue that is big enough for a large wedding but that can be used for smaller celebrations as well.  Anyone who is looking for a great venue should head over to their website and see if it's the look you want.  If it is, call them and make an appointment to discuss details and see it in person.  Let me know if you fall in love with it too!

The Mile High Station occupies the former Midwest Steel and Ironworks building.  In 1897 when it was built it employed hundreds of craftsmen and ironworkers.  Later the company built sections of ships that were used by the Navy in WWII.  The building is under consideration to become a Historic building by the state of Colorado.  The buliding has been carefully renovated to preserve it's original features while adding an up to date kitchen, a brick bar, large patio area, elevated mezzanine and an   in-house AV system. The old brick walls, I-Beam steel structure and some of the original equipment has been preserved to give it that rustic look. 

Brides who choose Mile High Station bring bridal elegance and juxtapose it against the industrial look of the old factory.  The photos will be fabulous and your guests are guarateed to be wowed and have a great time.  This link provided these photos and there are lots more if you visit their website.

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