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Two Rivers Winery and Chateau is one of the busiest wedding venues in the area, and one of the most well-known. Get to know this venue before you book to see what it has to offer for your wedding photography from one of the area’s top wedding photographers. See the getting ready spaces, reception room, ceremony space and get ideas for your portraits and decor by peeking into what other couples have done before you.

About Two Rivers Winery

Two Rivers Winery is a long-standing favorite wedding venue in the Grand Junction area, and it’s easy to see why! With lodging on site, a beautiful estate and vineyard, red rock cliffs of the nearby Colorado National Monument, and elevated vibe of the winery and chateau, there is so much beauty to offer for your wedding.

Getting to Two Rivers Winery

This wedding venue in the Redlands of Grand Junction is tucked away near the base of the Colorado National Monument off of Interstate 70, making it a picturesque drive coming from either east or west. 

If flying into the area, you can fly into an international airport in SLC or Denver and drive the rest of the way to Grand Junction, or you can take a connecting flight into the Grand Junction airport. Renting a car, taking a taxi, public buses, or getting on Uber are the best ways around the city from there.

Grand Junction also has a train station with an Amtrak stop if you decide to take the train here!

Quick Facts About the Wedding Venue at Two Rivers Winery

Capacity: Two Rivers Winery can host up to 150 wedding guests

What’s Included:

  • Ten guest rooms
  • Tables, chairs, dishware
  • Award-winning wines

Drew & Caitlin | Two Rivers Winery Wedding

Getting Ready Suites at Two Rivers Winery

Getting ready at Two Rivers Winery will most commonly take place in one of the guest rooms. The Champagne room has a four-poster bed that makes beautiful photos of your attire and a nice backdrop for getting ready. The natural light is exquisite for photos, and having multiple guest rooms available for getting ready makes the logistics if you have a wedding party even easier. 

Joe & Laura | Two Rivers Winery Wedding

Two Rivers Winery’s Wedding Ceremony Locations

Most ceremonies at Two Rivers Winery take place outside before the pavilion, surrounded by florals and grapevines. The sprawling lawn gives plenty of space for a large number of guests to sit comfortably, while giving your photographer(s) and videographer(s) ample space to move around for the best angles of your wedding ceremony. In some cases, couples will get married inside instead, whether for rain or snow in the winter. It makes a beautiful option for inclement weather, with the Grand Staircase as your ceremony backdrop.

Joe & Laura | Two Rivers Winery Wedding

Wedding Photo Ops around Two Rivers Winery

The winery grounds offer plentiful photo ops for your wedding portraits. The winery building, grand front door, vineyards and pavilion make beautiful backdrops for photos with your wedding party and family. If you feel adventurous, some couples will choose to make time in the day to head up to the Colorado National Monument for anything from first look to sunset photos. It’s a fun way to include the nearby beauty of the valley in your wedding day!

Julie & Derek | Wedding at Two Rivers Winery

Hosting a Wedding Reception at Two Rivers Winery

Most commonly, couples will utilize the Chateau for their reception at Two Rivers Winery. With the chandelier lighting up the space, and the exposed upper level to get dancefloor photos from above, it’s a cozy and elegant space to celebrate your marriage. In some cases, couples will choose to have their wedding reception in a tented space on the lawn outside. Cocktail hours are commonly held on the veranda or on the lawn near the ceremony site. 

Julie & Derek | Wedding at Two Rivers Winery

Best Time of Year for Getting Married at Two Rivers Winery

The weather in Grand Junction is most similar to Moab, rather than the rest of Colorado. The summers are scorching and we have mild winters. With the vineyard on site, the vines typically green up in the late spring and turn brown in September or October. If you want a warm summery wedding, aim for May or early June. If you hope for moderate weather, the best time of year is April, early May, or October. Winter weddings would most commonly be held in January or February, with spring weather coming in March.

Hannah & Hunter's Two Rivers Winery Wedding | amanda.matilda.photography

Lodging for Your Two Rivers Winery Wedding

Your wedding reservation at Two Rivers Winery includes renting out the ten guest rooms of the Chateau, which gives you some nice on-site lodging. Other nearby lodging for your wedding guests would be Fruita and hotels near the mall. Vacation rentals and hotel blocks are most commonly utilized by wedding guests here. 

Bride and groom exchanging love letters | amanda.matilda.photography

Two Rivers Winery Wedding Photos by Amanda Matilda Photography

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