We have put together the best places to get married in Arizona! There are so many beautiful Arizona Venues for Weddings. As you begin your search for the perfect venue, three important factors will play into your decision: the region, the city and the style you prefer. Our online Venue Finder makes it easy for you to start narrowing down your choices, right from the comfort of your home:
From Northern Arizona, including Flagstaff, Prescott and Sedona, to Tucson and Tubac in Southern Arizona, to Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Peñasco in Mexico and the many areas of the Valley in Central Arizona, you have so many great choices.
Our Venue Finder features gorgeous venues in more than 25 cities in Arizona and Mexico. For the top Arizona Venues for Weddings you’re sure to find your favorite ones here, whether you are looking for something close to home or you’re thinking about having a destination wedding.
You have so many styles to choose from, including gardens, rustic, vintage and more. For example, if you’re dreaming of an outdoor wedding, the Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa (shown on main image above), with its choice of venues and stunning views, it may just be your perfect choice.
Best places to get married in Arizona – Search by Style!
The rolling fairways and emerald greens of Arrowhead Country Club will provide a beautiful setting for your special day. At the upscale golf resort Ocotillo Oasis by Wedgewood Weddings, you’ll be surrounded by lush gardens and sparkling water features. And in North Scottsdale, Grayhawk Golf Club delivers stunning desert views.
At ADERO Scottsdale, set high above the Sonoran Desert, the McDowell Mountains provide a majestic backdrop for ceremonies and receptions. The namesake natural features at Boulders Resort & Spa Scottsdale will give you incredible photo ops. And you’ll love the dramatic rock waterfall at Colby Falls by Wedgewood Weddings.
Pioneer Living History Village, Arizona’s most authentic Old West wedding venue, offers historic 1800s ambiance and is set on over 90 acres. Rustic charm meets garden elegance at Shenandoah Mill. Once a flour mill, this historic venue features beamed ceilings, enchanting gardens and a beautiful arbor.
For a truly unique venue, how about The Fire House Event Center, a 1920 building that once served as a working firehouse? FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel offers the very creative setting of a vibrant boutique art hotel. Another contemporary art-inspired venue, Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Bungalows, provides a beautiful canvas of desert colors.
Boojum Tree Hidden Gardens features thousands of rare tropical plants along with a hacienda-style plaza surrounded by beautiful gardens. The tranquility of a private, English-style ceremony site along with breathtaking mountain views await you at Palm Valley by Wedgewood Weddings. And the lush, forest setting of Little America is ideal for a wedding in the cool pines.
Framed against the beauty of the McDowell Mountains, Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch offers a choice of indoor and outdoor venues and breathtaking backdrops for photos. The stunning Sonoran Desert landscape surrounding The Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain sets the stage for romantic weddings.
If vintage is your vibe, you’ll love the authentic, 1920s ambiance of the Hassayampa Inn. And if you’re an animal lover, be sure to check out the choice of unique venues at the Phoenix Zoo. Lindsay Grove by Wedgewood Weddings is an elegant Victorian estate with a grand pavilion featuring a beautiful stained-glass window.
You’ll find championship golf, tennis, pools, a lazy river, a spa and much more at JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa. Nestled in a blissfully peaceful setting at the base of the Tucson Mountains, JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa honors the Native American, Hispanic and Cowboy cultures in its architectural details.
With a backdrop of the McDowell Mountains, The McCormick Scottsdale offers a tranquil setting for lakeside weddings in the heart of Scottsdale. An outdoor patio with a cascading fountain and an emerald lawn surrounded by soothing blue water are just two of the many venues available at Arizona Grand Resort & Spa.
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