Together with their families
request that you brush off your dancing shoes
July 16, 2022
Taos, New Mexico
Dan & CoCo
Dan and Connyre were married in an intimate ceremony in September 2021—but it's not official without a good party or the blessing of their community.
Thursday, July 14th, 3:30-5pm
Taos Art Museum at Fechin House
Light drinks on the patio at the gorgeous Fechin House to meet new friends, receive your welcome bag, and practice a little Southwestern artistry
Attire: Garden party
Go for a sundress or fun button-down, something you'll feel breezy in with a cool drink in your hand
Native Culture Feast & Float Expedition
Friday, July 15th, 9:30am
Rio Grande River
Float a tranquil section of the Rio Grande with a Native American interpretive guide who shares Pueblo history and lore with you, followed by a traditional feast prepared and served by a Pueblo Indian family. (Completely optional! Cost is $90/person plus tax).
Alternatively, if you're interested in a hot air balloon expedition on Friday morning, give our planner Karen a text or call at (575)595-1971.
Attire: Adventure clothes
Jeans or shorts would be great—you may get wet! but remember it'll be hot out!
Outlaw Bonfire Party
Friday, July 15th, 8:30-11pm
Hotel Luna Mystica
Fiesta at Luna Mystica! Pull up around the fire with a drink, and we'll play games, stargaze at the clear desert sky, and make some memories.
Attire: Fully themed western-wear
The theme is Outlaw In-Laws, so let's see your baddest old-west outfit. It will get chilly at night even with the bonfires, so bring a jacket!
The Big Shebang
Saturday, July 16th, 5pm
The blessing ceremony and reception at the stunning Stakeout on Outlaw Hill. Food, drinks, live music, and a party for the history books.
Wear something that makes you feel handsome and fun! We'll be taking liberties carrying over the western-wear theme from Friday, so feel free to add a little spice.
Vaya con Dios Burritos
Sunday, July 17th, 9-11am
Grab coffee and a breakfast burritos with us at Luna Mystica to wish everyone safe travels
Come as you are, ready to roll to the airport. Judgement-free zone!
Taos is a beautiful and rugged artisan town at the base of the Sangre de Cristo mountains in New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment. It’s known for its art galleries, small shops, and amazing food.
Taos is serviced by the Taos Regional Airport, but Santa Fe (1.5 hrs) and Albuquerque (2.5 hrs) may be easier cities for finding flights—there you can rent a car, book the light rail, or catch a bus up to Taos.
More travel information can be found here.
While in Taos, you might want to check out:
Taos Pueblo, an ancient adobe dwelling, World Heritage site, and one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities in the US
The art galleries and museums (Including famed western hero Kit Carson’s home)
The natural Hot Springs, discovered in the 15th century
A spa day at Monte Sagrado
Whitewater rafting or fishing on the Rio Grande
Shopping & a coffee on the Historic Taos Plaza
Hiking or mountain biking the nearby trails
There are many beautiful spots to stay in Taos—here are a few of our favorites.
Casa Benavides is a wonderful and charming bed and breakfast located in the heart of Taos.
Hotel La Fonda de Taos is an authentic and historic hotel on the main square.
El Monte Sagrado is a luxury hotel with a beautiful spa and wellness center, located near downtown Taos.
If none of these options is quite you, Taos has several other wonderful bed and breakfasts and options on Airbnb/VRBO.