Are you looking for places to get married in Arizona? Then check out these top 10 places to get married in Arizona! This state is marked by its varied culture and weather for weddings. Arizona is a beautiful state with the Grand Canyon in the north, pine forests in its mountain regions and deserts in the South. Because tourism is a very active business in Arizona, there are many hotels, resorts, and convention centers. These great wedding venues will let you get creative and have an unforgettable wedding.
Tlaquepaque has all the charm of old world styling in their outdoor courtyards. This arts and crafts village in Sedona is modeled after a Mexican village. Get married in a small private ceremony in the chapel and then hold the fete of your dreams in the courtyards or gardens.
The Castle at Ashley Manor is located in Chandler, Arizona. The castle provides an exquisite background for your ceremony and reception. Take advantage of the event coordinator and relax while your fairytale wedding unfolds.
The Heard Museum provides a classy and artistic choice for your wedding. Explore the museums arched walkways and sculpture courtyards for a unique location. With many choices, you are sure to find the place that fits with your style. With your rental fee also comes a docent for the museum.
Shenandoah Mill, a former grist mill, was moved to Gilbert, Arizona and has become a charming and rustic wedding ceremony and reception site. The rental time and benefits are generous as only one wedding a day is scheduled. The mill can accommodate up to 225 guests for your ceremony and reception.
Ro Ho En Japenese Friendship Garden is a 3.5 acre Japanese garden with a serene Koi pond. This garden is a shared cultural vision. If you would like more information to plan your wedding, contact (602) 256-3204.
The Windmill Winery offers a rural setting just outside of Phoenix in Florence, Arizona. Have the country wedding ceremony of your dreams lakeside. Enjoy a getaway in a horse drawn carriage. Then party all night in the restored historic barn or outside. This venue is also a winner of the 2010 Bride’s Choice Awards.
Reid Park Zoo in Tucson is the right place to go wild for your wedding. This zoo offers more than 17 acres to rent after the zoo is closed to the public. So plan on a late day event when the animals will be more active. The zoo also offers catering and facilities managers to help with your planning.
The Views at Superstition, nestled in Gold Canyon, provides a beautiful ceremony and reception venue for you. Enjoy the multitude of services including separate bride and groom dressing suites, limo service, officiant, horse drawn carriage, and more! Indoor and outdoor facilities for your ceremony and reception are available. Tours are on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month from 6-8PM (check on availability, as times and days can change).
The Boulders Resort is an elegant resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. The resort has multiple ceremony locations for your selection and can accommodate 50-300 guests. The natural beauty of the high Sonoran desert is the backdrop for your wedding vows. Your choice of indoor and outdoor locations for your reception are also available. The Boulders Resort offers catering, audio/visual equipment and planners to help you celebrate your wedding with style.
The Grand Canyon National Park. For a ceremony or reception at this national treasure, you will need to enlist the help of a trusted planner. The south rim of the Grand Canyon is by far the most accessible and for DIYers the best option. This is a venue that will require some effort for planning but is worth the effort.