Browsing wedding venues is among the very first steps of planning your big day. But with so many wedding venues to choose from, how do you find The One? First, consider the style of venue you’d like: Garden or beach? Ballroom or barn? Then, read reviews of wedding venues in your desired city and select a few to tour in person. Happy venue hunting!
Located in Sedona, Arizona, Sky Ranch Lodge provides a spectacular backdrop for weddings and other milestone events. Elegantly perched in the Coconino National Forest, this resort overlooks stunning red mountains for as far as the eye can see. This family-run property first opened its doors to the... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
Amara Resort is an elegant wedding venue in Sedona, Arizona. Nestled between Uptown Sedona and Oak Creek, this luxury resort and spa features breathtaking views of the red rock landscape, indoor and outdoor event spaces and tons of top-notch amenities for you and your guests to enjoy. Take in the... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
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... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
Poco Diablo Resort is a rustic wedding venue located in Sedona, Arizona. With red rocks as your backdrop, and the surroundings full of lush trees and shimmering ponds, this venue is ideal for a beautiful wedding day. Eight acres of land to host large weddings as well as small weddings. Outdoor... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
Heartline Café is a wedding caterer based in Sedona, Arizona serving award-winning cuisine for various events and occasions. Choose from a variety of catering menu options for your bridal shower, engagement or big day. Couples can host all of their wedding events at Heartline Café's outdoorsy garden... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
Sedona Golf Resort is a classic wedding venue located in Sedona, Arizona. This majestic golf course offers impressive mountain views, an elegant dining room area, and dedicated staff. They have a large variety of wedding packages to choose, from so you can host a unique and customized wedding.... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
Agave of Sedona Wedding and Event Center is a banquet hall wedding venue located in Sedona, Arizona. Couples and guests coming from out of town will find that this venue is ideally situated just 1.3 miles away from the Sedona airport. While visitors are near uptown Sedona, they are also close to... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
Located in Sedona Arizona, Seven Canyon’s venue features striking red rock views paired with 200-pristine acres of lush green grass and National Forest lands. Seven Canyons features two ceremony sites and multiple reception options to make your special day unforgettable. The world-class staff at... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
About Sedona Cedars Resort From humble beginnings in the early 1960s, the Cedars Resort, originally known as the Cedar Motel, has seen significant growth and expansion not only on the resort property, but also in the city of Sedona, AZ. Venue Locations and Capacity Sedona Cedars Resort is located in... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
L’Auberge de Sedona is a resort wedding venue located in Sedona, Arizona. With breathtaking scenery, this is a place of endless possibility and romance. The team of specialists can customize any package so you can create and host your dream wedding. Facilities and Capacity The several indoor and... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
Los Abrigados Resort & Spa is a rustic wedding venue located in Sedona, Arizona. This wedding site is not only picturesque with scenic views of Oak Creek, but is home to an experienced and trusted staff and talented catering team. This venue offers a variety of packages, including those for... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
Located in Sedona, Canyon Tree Patio at Oak Creek Country Club specializes in all-inclusive weddings that combine simplicity and timeless style. If you envision celebrating your love surrounded by lush greens and beneath stunning turquoise skies, the Redstone Patio will absolutely deliver.... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa ♥ The Divine is in the Details ... Making Your Wedding an Intimately Memorable Experience ♥ We believe that you should be confident in the team behind the wedding venue you choose; that your requirements are met and proactive suggestions are made to enhance your day. You can... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
The Creekside Inn is a small luxury hotel on the banks of Oak Creek in the Heart of Sedona. We are able to facilitate weddings of up to 250 guests on our 2 acre property Our grounds and Inn are the perfect romantic setting for weddings. The Inn is a very romantic and elegant setting. There are many... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
Javelina Leap is a family operated, premium boutique winery with award winning Arizona wines. Elevation, volcanic soil, warm days and cool nights make Arizona a perfect environment for grape growing and our new tasting room in Sedona offers a one of a kind experiment while enjoying your vino that... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
The Red Agave Resort is the perfect location for your rehearsal dinner, wedding ceremony, and wedding reception. Enjoy close up views of Sedona's legendary red rock formations while relaxing in our desert garden. (Wedding Venues Sedona)
Contact Us For A Tour Today! (928) 284-1010 firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.oakcreekcc.com Surrounded by extraordinary red rocks, lush greens, and giant pine trees, Redstone Bar & Grill is the perfect location for your wedding or event! Located within the Oakcreek Country Club in Sedona, AZ,... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
There are few experiences as magical as a quiet elopement in a magical destination. Escape the wedding to do list. Let your wedding be an intimate occasion that focuses on the two of you. Escape to Sedona, a magical place to say “I do”. Couples seeking a private, romantic ceremony with a magnificent... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
You and your guests will simply love Orchard Canyon. Walk the grounds, dine in our five-star restaurant, hike the canyon and enjoy a fresh apple or peach right off a tree. It’s Eden with a deep, rich Arizona history. Pioneers settled in this place and that rustic Arizona spirit is preserved. It’s... (Wedding Venues Sedona)
Sedona and nature go hand-in-hand. The city is encompassed by 1.8 million acres of forests broken by the soaring red rocks that pierce both the landscape and sky. Such an awe-inducing topography is ideal for the adventurous couple or for those that want to celebrate their wedding in a memorable setting.
Nestled at the bottom of Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona, the town, has a romantic origin story. In 1902, Theodore Schnelbly petitioned for the area to have a post office. When choosing the name for the new town he decided to use his beloved wife’s. Before this, the city’s storied past goes back hundreds if not thousands of years. Sites demonstrating this past include the ruins of Palatki, dating to between 1150 and 1350, and the Montezuma Castle National Monument. Today, the city features an array of venues for you to choose from, many of which embrace the landscape. Golf clubs and vineyards are among the many options, as well as the usual hotels and resorts. During the day, outdoor locales offer vistas of the vibrant and richly hued terrain and at night are blanketed by the dazzling lights from millions of stars.
Prescott is a lively city located an hour and 20 minutes by car from Sedona and an alternative option for hosting your wedding. In the downtown area is Whiskey Row, which is known for its music spots and popular bars. Museums also dot the cityscape, documenting and preserving the history of the original peoples and pioneers. After enjoying what the city has to offer you can embrace the natural sites, such as the Watson and Goldwater Lakes. Prescott thus balances urban and nature, offering couples a little of everything.
Couples are in luck in the Grand Canyon State, as warm temperatures mark much of the year in this city located in central Arizona. Most rainfall occurs in the month of August while June is the driest. During January, the coldest time of the year, temperatures dip down to an average of 41.7 degrees Farhernheit. In contrast, the temperature rises to an average 79 degrees Fahrenheit in July. Overall, this temperate climate is well suited for outdoor gatherings, making it easy to enjoy the sights while exchanging your vows.
Cowboy hats and boots are common as are bolo ties. Formal weddings are recurrent in the state of Arizona, meaning so are elevated dress codes.
Many in rural areas gravitate to barn venues and outdoor weddings are popular throughout the state.
In Phoenix, the average cost of a venue was $7,500.
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