General Rules

• CHILDREN: They get bored at weddings and start looking for adventure. It’s what children are supposed to do! Unfortunately, the St Vrain is not a child-friendly venue. Injuries to children and damage to the facilities have compelled us to enforce restrictions on child guests. YOU MAY HAVE A MAXIMUM OF 6 CHILDREN BETWEEN 2-12 YEARS OF AGE. If you prefer to have NO children at your wedding, you are welcome to tell guests that “The St Vrain does not allow children” and we will happily back you up! Please notify us at the walk-through if any children will be present. If they are, they may be with their parents during ceremony and cocktail hour. After cocktail hour, we will post a sign by both stairways: “Sorry, no children downstairs.” (Mothers with nursing infants are always welcome.) Children may never be downstairs unaccompanied and are not allowed in the Groom’s Room at any time.

• If you intend to bring in furniture, please talk with us before the event so we can explain elevator capacity, loading procedures, etc.

• Please DO NOT MOVE THE ST VRAIN FURNITURE. St Vrain staff will set up the furniture according to the plan established before the event and handle any pre-arranged furniture moving during the event. Rustic Pine Tables, in particular are HEAVY and must be moved with care to avoid injury or damage.

• Chairs provided by The St Vrain are rated for 250 lbs. If you have guests who may exceed that weight significantly, you may want to consider making alternative seating arrangements.

• Moving any furniture or accessories you bring in is your responsibility.

• Any decorating or table setting you choose to do yourself must be done so as not to interfere with the preparation work of the caterers. If you plan to do significant decoration of the space or tables, please consult your coordinator so she can work with our caterer to ensure a smooth experience.

• Band/DJ and other vendors can load/unload through the west doors, but these are not for public use and will remain locked during the event.

• If you need changes to the lighting or temperature, please see our Facilities Manager.

• Beer must be provided in bottles or cans (no kegs). If arranged with catering, beer may be poured into glasses (no plastic) for guests, but kegs are not permitted.

• No outside food or beverages may be brought in to the venue. All food service must be contracted with Sugar Pine catering.

• Last call from the bar must be 30 minutes before the end of your event.

• If staff is required to clean up vomit, a $200 service fee will be incurred in addition to any additional damage fees, eg, upholstery cleaning, which may be involved.

Prohibited Activities

• Shots, drinking games, beer bongs, shot luges, and flaming drinks.

• Use of tobacco of any kind (smoking or chewing) inside the Premises.

• Vaping inside the Premises.

• Explosives or fireworks of any kind. Sparklers are permitted outside on sidewalks.

• Sparklers or any kind of open flame in the courtyard.

• Animals on the property except for service animals or when written approval has been secured before the event.

• Decorating with confetti or glitter.

• Silly String and similar.

• Use of fog machines.

• Fire, flames, flammable or combustible materials. Single exception is for candles properly contained in a vessel taller than the candle itself and built to catch all drippings.

• Throwing rice, birdseed, or confetti indoors or outdoors.

• Use of tape, tacks, or staples on the walls, floors, doors, ceilings, furniture, or existing décor.

Prohibited Activities

• Shots, drinking games, beer bongs, shot luges, and flaming drinks.

• Use of tobacco of any kind (smoking or chewing) inside the Premises.

• Vaping inside the Premises.

• Explosives or fireworks of any kind. Sparklers are permitted outside on sidewalks.

• Sparklers or any kind of open flame in the courtyard.

• Animals on the property except for service animals or when written approval has been secured before the event.

• Decorating with confetti or glitter.

• Silly String and similar.

• Use of fog machines.

• Fire, flames, flammable or combustible materials. Single exception is for candles properly contained in a vessel taller than the candle itself and built to catch all drippings.

• Throwing rice, birdseed, or confetti indoors or outdoors.

• Use of tape, tacks, or staples on the walls, floors, doors, ceilings, furniture, or existing décor.