Wedding Spaces

Our grand atrium, sweeping staircase, stunning murals and extravagant details have been an unforgettable backdrop for enamored couples for well over a century. Each wedding space at The Brown offers unique designs making them spectacular settings to celebrate never-ending love.

Connect with our Wedding Professionals

If you’re ready to book your big day, please submit a request for proposal. A member of our wedding team will respond to you promptly. Contact our wedding professionals at (303) 297-3111 or for more information.

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Grand Ballroom

5800 SQ. FT.  |  FLOOR PLAN

    • 150-350 Guests for Ceremony

    Our elegant ballroom has hosted weddings, galas and countless notable events such as, the appearance of Sir Humphrey ‘a Hereford yearling’ at the Junior League Ball in 1962, the Colorado Inaugural Ball in 1968, and a dinner for French President Valery Giscard d’Estaing in 2001.

Central City

2150 SQ. FT.  |  FLOOR PLAN

    • 80-140 Guests for Ceremony

    Central City’s population grew to 10,000 people after gold was discovered in 1859. It eventually became known as the richest square mile on earth. The town’s famous hotel, The Teller House, was managed by William Bush. Bush also co-managed The Brown with N. Maxcy Tabor.

Onyx Room

1425 SQ. FT.  |  FLOOR PLAN

    • 75-125 Guests for Ceremony 

    When the hotel opened in 1892, the Onyx Room was known as the Grand Salon. The room featured white-onyx wainscoting and columns, as well as a medallion mural on the ceiling. After a century of aging, the hotel commissioned artist M. Lloyd Way to recreate the medallion mural. The new mural was inspired by writing on the hotel’s original brochure: “here are blue skies and soft fleecy clouds amid which rosy, blossom-wreathed cupids disport themselves”. M. Lloyd Way added a personal touch by painting the cupid’s faces to resemble his family and friends

Brown Palace Club

3080 SQ. FT.  |  FLOOR PLAN

    • 50-75 Guests for Ceremony

    President Eisenhower and his wife frequented Denver often. The Brown Palace Club once served as campaign headquarters for Dwight D. Eisenhower prior to his election as president. During their visits, The Brown always served as the Western White House. The Club also served as a gentlemen’s private club until the 1980s.

Additional AV Options

  • iPod/Mp3 Player Connection for Background Music – $75
  • iPod/Mp3 Player Connection with Upgraded Sound System – $400
  • Wireless Lapel Microphone – $175
  • 70″ TV (for client provided laptop) – $225
  • Twelve Colored LED Uplights Around Room – $500
  • Custom No-Color Gobo of Monogram with Light & Stand – $225
  • Custom Draping, Lighting, Video and Audio Packages Available