You may remember that a little over a year ago, I told you about how I got engaged at a Grand Junction Rockies game. Well, earlier this week my once-fiance and I made it official and tied the knot at a beautiful Colorado attraction, Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park.

Getting Married at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park

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My now-wife and I had planned to get married this year regardless of a few setbacks and while the original plan was to have a more traditional ceremony with family and friends, we instead decided to elope.

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The date that we chose to tie the knot was significant, especially for her, as it marks the birthdate of one of her most beloved family members, her late aunt Deb.

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Because of this specific date that we decided upon, it didn't really work out to have a big, extravagant wedding on a weekday, so we decided to just make it official for the two of us and have a little fun in the process.

After we told the park our plan, they made arrangements for us to tie the knot in a special part of the park with great views and even gave us discounted tickets and a free gondola ride for our ordained minister friend.

We then signed our license, took a few pictures, then galavanted around the park in our "Bride" and "Groom" hats, matching t-shirts with the date of our marriage, and celebrated our new union.

We went on a few rides, explored one of the caves, ate lunch, and most of all celebrated our love and the beginning of a new, long, wonderful chapter together in matrimony.

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