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When couples step foot in Tlaquepaque Chapel, a wedding venue located in Sedona, Arizona, they will feel as if they have been whisked away to a little Mexican village. Since the 1970s, this venue has been living up to its Indian name which means “the best of everything.” Because Abe Miller crafted this venue with a traditional Mexican village in mind, you will be surrounded by romantic cobble-stoned walkways, arched entryways, and stucco walls. These elements add a historical touch and are perfectly set off by the Sedona cliffs which linger in the background. Whatever stage of your wedding you are planning, whether it’s your ceremony or your vow renewal, you will find this destination site to be simply enchanting.
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Tlaquepaque Chapel can easily accommodate up to 45 of your friends and family. Found throughout this romantic site are sycamore trees and views of Sedona’s Red Rock and Oak Creek. You can relax on the upper terrace with your guests before or after your ceremony is over. You are also welcome to use this space as your ceremony site. Scattered throughout the venue, couples will find many other sites that they can choose from, such as the Chapel at Tlaquepaque, Calle Independencia, Patio de las Campanas, and the Terrace at Patio del Norte. There is also a bridal changing room on the property for your convenience.
To make your ceremony and reception planning easier, the Tlaquepaque Chapel provides each couple with wedding packages. These flexible packages help make your wedding day less stressful for you. Also, because choosing vendors can be just as stressful, the team has arranged a list of preferred vendors for you. These vendors have all been pre-qualified and are sure to carry out all of your dreams. For your convenience, the venue also provides your entire wedding party with both parking and wheelchair access.
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If you are looking for breathtaking, you've found it. This is the place where wedding day dreams are realized. There is an endless supply of photographic opportunities and the ambiance speaks for itself. If your wedding day represents the best start to the rest of your lives together, I can't think of a better place in the Southwest to celebrate under the stars with your closest family and friends. This is THE venue for the classic, joyful, romantic couple will love to host their guests here as they celebrate their big day!
This is one of the most elegant and unique venues in Arizona. If you have a small wedding you should visit the chapel.
This is the cutest, sweetest intimate wedding venue in Sedona. If you are planning a smaller wedding and are wanting an indoor venue for the ceremony, check out this historic chapel. Very quaint and unique!
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Village Open daily 10:00am - 6:00pm. Wedding offered daily after 5:00pm