A NOTE ABOUT THIS GUIDE
San Sophia Overlook is without a doubt one of the most naturally beautiful wedding venues as it sits at the top of the ridge at 10,540 ft, accessed only by the gondola, and providing awe inspiring views of the San Juan Mountains and the cozy mountain town of Telluride, Colorado.
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The San Sophia wedding venue is accessed by a pathway right off of the Gondola in the summer and a snowcat in the winter, providing the experience of a lifetime for any bride.
It has a large wooden deck for the ceremony which is centered on a grassy amphitheater for any summer or fall weddings. There is a series of classic granite steps that leads the way to the center isle and onto this deck.
Accommodating up to 250 guests, this breathtaking & spacious area provides one of the most sought after wedding venues in Colorado.
Check out my blog post to see a mountain top engagement session right off of San Sophia Overlook!
That moment the Bride and Groom see each other for the first time on their wedding day is magical. And this is true whether the couple chooses to wait until the bride walks down the aisle or chooses to do a “first look’ prior to the ceremony.
First looks—a private moment couples choose to spend together prior to the wedding ceremony—have become more popular over the last few years. About half of my couples this year have chosen to do a first look.
While I consider myself a person who values tradition, there are definitely a few good reasons to consider a first look.
first look location
telluride wedding planners
Venue fees: $3,000 - $4,000
Cocktail Hour upon request
No full reception
Max capacity: 250 guests
san sophia pricing
**The Price to book San Sophia Overlook ranges from $3,000- $4000
San Sophia can accommodate up to 250 wedding guests
San sophia overlook
If you've been to a wedding recently, you may have seen a sign from the happy couple asking for their guests to remain "unplugged" during the ceremony.
And while it might seem like a strange requests to ask guests to put down their phones, there's a pretty good reason for it! You made a big investment in photography and I'm sure one of the last things you want on your wedding day is for my photos of your ceremony to be filled with obtrusive iPhones, iPads and relatives standing in the aisle with their own cameras. In order to help me do the best possible job capturing your wedding, I recommend asking guests to unplug during the ceremony.
I can't wait to start planning with you and getting to know you!
If you have any questions or would just like to chat about your wedding, I'm here for you. I hope this venue guide helps make the process of planning your wedding details much easier and less stressful. I can't wait to see you soon! Thank you so much for taking the time to read through this San Sophia Overlook Venue guide!