Before the wedding bells chime and you exchange heartfelt “I Do’s,” bring your families and loved ones together for a memorable pre-wedding bash.
Located only steps from the Denver Performing Arts Complex, the Curtis in downtown Denver exudes the city’s hip, vibrant, and creative culture. With over 20,000 square feet of indoor and open-air event space, our hotel boasts an urban chic setting that is ideal for your intimate gathering or grand soiree.
Whether you’re planning an engagement party or searching for that perfect rehearsal dinner venue, our spirited on-site coordinator will work with you and your vendors to ensure a flawless execution.
27,229 SQ. FT. of Downtown Denver Event Space
Flexible Footprint with Multiple Ballroom and Terrace Settings
Expansive Open-Air Patio w/ Private Bar, Fireplace, and Custom Furnishings
Bright Naturally Lit Ballrooms w/ Adjacent Terrace Seating
Artfully Presented Catering and Custom Menu Styles
Spectacular Views for Photo-Ops
Pre-Wedding Party Tips and Ideas
When: Within one to 3 months of the engagement
Hosted By: Parents of the bride or groom
At engagement parties where the guests are unacquainted, set up a cocktail station so people can move around, mingle, and get to know each other.
When: Within two months to 2 weeks prior to the wedding
Hosted By: Typically, the maid of honor or members of the wedding party
The bridal shower can be ladies-only or a Jack and Jill party.
When: About one week prior to the wedding
Hosted By: Groomsmen/Bridesmaids
Thank the women/men in your wedding party with a brunch, lunch, or casual cocktail affair.
BACHELOR & BACHELORETTE PARTIES
When: A few weeks prior, but not too close to the Big Day
Hosted By: Maid of honor, best man, or BFF
Book a hyped-themed suite for a touch of glam to your party. Whether you envision a quiet dinner with friends or a fun-filled night on the town, the Curtis Denver is within walking distance to boundless shopping, dining, and entertainment options.
When: For destination weddings, the welcome party signals the official kick-off for the weekend wedding bash.
Hosted By: Bride and groom or their parents
Plan a traditional welcome cocktail party or arrange a fun group activity, like a brewery tour.
When: One to two night prior to the wedding
Hosted By: Traditionally, the groom’s parents
The rehearsal dinner is the perfect opportunity for everyone in the wedding party (and their plus ones) to get acquainted before the big day.
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or submit a wedding inquiry
for information about booking a discounted room block.