A Bridal Boutique Near You: Denver, Colorado


Guillermo Pharis gives a glance at one of the top cities in the United States.

With more than 300 shiny days a year, Denver is an ideal year-round destination that combines bustling urban life with significant Western heritage and a passion for the great outdoors. The center, which can be explored walking, has restaurants, breweries, professional sports, shopping options, family attractions, art, and culture. Denver is the main gateway to the best national parks in the western United States, including Mesa Verde, one of Colorado’s four national parks, as well as Yellowstone in Wyoming and Canyonlands in Utah. And best of all, you don’t even need to rent a car. The train helps with transportation from Denver International Airport to downtown. In the city, you can share bicycles and there are also many public transport options.

Downtown and Denver’s Neighborhoods

With a nice walkable downtown, Denver is filled with outdoor cafes, breweries, wine bars, shops, professional sports arenas, theaters, and museums. You can reach the different neighborhoods on foot or by bike, and cruise to the RiNo (River North) Art District, known for its urban food markets, and cozy music venues, and of course street art on every corner. Visit historic LoDo (the lower part of downtown) and visit the shops or restaurants in Larimer Square, where all those red brick buildings of the Victorian era will take you back in time! 

Without any question, you can find a shopping paradise in Cherry Creek North, home of a 16-block area of upscale shops, galleries, and restaurants, plus 160 stylish stores at the Cherry Creek Shopping Center. Immerse yourself in the city’s craft beer culture on the Denver Beer Trail and take a selfie with the Big Blue Bear sculpture, formally known as “I See What You Mean,” at the Colorado Convention Center. Grab a drink at Denver’s historic Union Station, where you’ll find an eclectic mix of local restaurants, bars, and shops under a single roof. Be sure to shop at the historic Rockmount Ranch Wear Store, where the denim shirt with snaps was invented!

A lot of museums in the “The High Mile City”

Denver, A.K.A “The High Mile City”, offers attractions for all ages: Denver Museum of Nature & Science, with all the dinosaur exhibits; Space Odyssey, which is a digital planetarium and IMAX cinema; Denver Performing Arts Complex, with more than 10 venues which offer theater, opera, concerts, ballet and Broadway shows on tour; History Colorado Center, where people and places tell stories of Colorado and the Rocky Mountains; Denver Botanic Gardens, a sparkling lush oasis in the middle of the city; Denver Art Museum, with its acclaimed Native American and Western art collections; and the Clyfford Still Museum. Purchase a Mile High Culture Pass or Denver CityPASS for discounted tickets to included attractions and museums.

Rocky Mountains Adventures!

The Rocky Mountains are Denver’s playground, offering outdoor adventure, spectacular beauty and Old West history just a short drive from Denver. Red Rocks Park & Amphitheater is one of the locals’ favorite places to hike among gigantic rocks, but unquestionably Red Rocks is even more loved for its unforgettable music concerts in the natural setting with such ideal acoustics! Nearby is Golden, home to the famous Coors Brewery, where you can take free tours and tastings. Rocky Mountains National Park, just 70 miles from Denver, features impressive wildlife, hiking trails and spectacular views. Mount Evans Scenic Byway, which is 60 miles from Denver, is the highest concrete road in North America and winds its way to the top at 4,346 meters. And, if you come in winter, Denver is the gateway to some of the best skiing and white sports centers in general. 

Your Denver custom-made dream gown awaits at a boutique near you. What are you waiting for? Book an appointment now with Guillermo Pharis