Save the date!

September 13th, 2014 at the Aspen Glen Club in Carbondale, Colorado


After eight years together, we are getting married in the Roaring Fork Valley, where we both grew and still live today. Evan’s family has lived in El Jebel for many years, and the Cerise family has been in the Valley for generations. We couldn’t think of a more fitting, beautiful place to get married!

For all of you who will be coming in from out of town, we have provided you with several suggestions of places to stay (see the travel/accommodation page). Hopefully some of you will decide to make a vacation out of this trip and extend your stay- there is no shortage of things to do (see our page about Valley activities)!

We are looking forward to seeing everyone! Thank you to all of our friends and family for supporting us and loving us over the years.

The Ceremony


The ceremony and the reception will both take place at the Aspen Glen Club, located at:

0545 Bald Eagle Way Carbondale, CO 81623

Telephone: 970.704.1905

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The main ceremony will begin at 10:30, with the reception following immediately after.

We're respectfully asking that everyone leave all cameras and cellphones off for the duration of the ceremony.
We want pictures of all your smiling faces rather than the backs of your phones!

What to Wear

Attire is Dressy Casual. There are no jeans or t-shirts allowed under the Aspen Glen dress code!

The ceremony will take place outside, so remember to wear sunscreen; the sun is much more intense at higher elevations!
Make sure to wear shoes that you are able to walk on grass with.


Our main regsitry can be found at Travelers Joy:

Travelers Joy

We are also registered at the following:


Travel & Accommodations

The ceremony and reception will take place at Aspen Glen, a private golf course just outside the town of Carbondale, Colorado. Carbondale is located 170 miles west of Denver, 12 miles from Glenwood Springs, and 30 miles from Aspen in the heart of Colorado's central Rocky Mountains. The nearest airports are Aspen, Eagle, and Grand Junction. Glenwood Springs and Carbondale roughly a three hour drive from Denver.

There are many options for hotels, B&Bs, vacation rentals, and camping throughout the Roaring Fork Valley, including Glenwood Springs, Carbondale, Basalt and Aspen. The towns of Carbondale and Glenwood Springs are closest to the venue, and here are a few hotel suggestions:

There is a block of rooms available at the Comfort Inn & Suites in Carbondale, but rooms there must be booked no later than August 12th.

We also recommend you book your rooms as soon as possible, as there are several large events in the Valley the same weekend as the wedding, and rooms will be disappearing fast!

Things to do in the Roaring Fork Valley

The Roaring Fork Valley consists of four major towns, each with their own unique characteristics and local flavor. Check out the links below to see what each town has to offer.

Or, here's a list of a few of our favorite activities that can be found around the valley:

Glenwood Caverns

Start with a gondola ride, and then have your choice of several thrill rides, as well as the option to tour the historic Fairy Caves.

Visit Site

Hanging Lake

This is one of my favorite hikes around. It can be fairly strenuous, but it is worth it. There's a good reason this is one of the most popular hikes in the state of Colorado.

Visit Site

Wheeler/Stallard Museum

(This is where I work!). You can also take very scenic drives to two of our other sites, the ghost towns of Independence and Ashcroft.

Visit Site

Where to Eat

Again, there so many wonderful restaurants that it can be hard to choose where to go! These are our favorites:


White House Pizza
Red Rock Diner
The Village Smithy

Glenwood Springs

Fiesta Guadalajara
Juicy Lucy's Steakhouse
Glenwood Canyon Brewing Company
J.H. Chen Asian Bistro
Italian Underground

El Jebel / Basalt

Smoke Modern BBQ
El Korita
Riverside Grill