You have dated long enough, it's time to get married, right? But where do you get married in a place as beautiful as Grand Junction? I mean, you don't want to be shut up in a church when there is so much scenery, do you?

Of course not. And not to throw shade at any churches, but outdoors is what God built, so I'm sure they're all nodding, yep, he's right. Let's have a look at five places you can really fall in love with.

Maroon Bells-Aspen

The Maroon Bells are one of the most iconic places in the state. You may not have ever been to Colorado, but you can pick out a picture of the Maroon Bells easy enough. Just an absolutely stunning place for a wedding.

Grand Mesa

The Grand Mesa View Ranch is perfectly suited for any size wedding. And the comments from those who have held weddings there are a testament to the beauty of the place, as well as the people who run it. When you hear person after person describe this venue as breathtaking, you know you've come to the right place.

Colorado National Monument

Just absolute beauty everywhere your head turns. You would really have to look for one to find a bad view for a wedding here. And there are so many different areas to choose from up here, you really can't go wrong.

Antler Ridge-Montrose

Located in Montrose, this exceptional setting is jaw dropping. From the beautiful barn to the amazing vistas, you might find yourself paying more attention to your surroundings than the wedding. A wedding on horseback? It could happen!

Palisade River Ranch

100 acres set in the heart of Colorado wine country. Views of the mountains, set alongside the Colorado River, this is one place you can see yourself getting married. As with the other venues, this one, right here at home, will fill hearts and minds with memories that will last a lifetime.

No matter where you decide to hold your wedding, just make sure I get an invitation!