The Heart and Soul of Sedona
If you have ever dreamed of having an intimate traditional wedding but wanted something romantic and truly memorable, then consider the non-denominational Chapel at Tlaquepaque.
The Chapel holds a very special place in the Tlaquepaque Village. It was built with love over 30 years ago. Stained glass windows and hand-carved leather pews, astunning mural over the altar, and white-washed adobe walls evoke what it must have been like to be married in a quaint Mexican village long ago. The Chapel seats 31 people comfortably in wooden pews; extra chairs can be set up in the back area for a maximum seating capacity of 45.
At the completion of your wedding ceremony we will ring the bells in the Tlaquepaque bell tower in celebration and commemoration of your special day.
The Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village charms visitors from all over the world year round. This place, authentically fashioned after a Mexican village in every detail, transports you back in time. Vine covered stucco walls, cobble-stoned walkways and magnificent arched entryways that lead into magical garden nooks gives one the feeling that Tlaquepaque has been here for centuries.
Artistic buildings touched by tiled courtyards where giant sycamore trees stand in testimony to the care taken in preserving the stunning beauty of the Tlaquepaque grounds. We are happy to host your ceremony or reception in one of our intimate courtyards. We also offer an indoor ballroom overlooking the Patio del Norte and Terrace.
These richly colorful courtyards by day can be transformed into private patios at night that beg for celebration. Hanging colored lights with luminarias and beautifully adorned table clusters create the perfect outdoor setting for your wedding reception or rehearsal dinner.