Have a wedding coming up? If you still have yet to select a location, you’re in luck because today’s article has a list of some amazing locations that would be perfect for a wedding. Check out what we found.
1. Agua Linda Farm, Amado
Sitting halfway between Tucson and the Mexico border, Agua Linda Farm has the perfect setting for those looking for a rural, agricultural setting.
Location: 2643 East Frontage Road, Amado
2. Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix
If you want to host your wedding in a garden, the Desert Botanical Garden is an unexpected option since it hosts a range of desert plants and animals.
Location: 1201 North Galvin Parkway, Phoenix
3. Heard Museum, Phoenix
At first, a museum sounds like a strange place to host a wedding, but this one sits in an old, well-preserved home that perfectly shows off Spanish colonial architecture.
Location: 2301 North Central Avenue, Phoenix
4. Irish Cultural Center, Phoenix
Does your family have Irish heritage? This could be a great place to honor that heritage while feeling like you could be sitting in a very sunny Ireland.
Location: 1106 North Central Avenue, Phoenix
5. La Posada Hotel, Winslow
Another example of beautiful architecture, this time in northern Arizona, is the La Posada Hotel in Winslow. Both the grounds and interior are beautiful so you don't need to worry about having your wedding confined indoors if the weather doesn't agree.
Location: 303 East 2nd Street, Winslow
6. Lost Dutchman State Park
If having a wedding out in the wilderness is more your style, all of the Arizona state and national parks do permit weddings to take place on protected lands. One unique suggestion would be at the Lost Dutchman State Park, where the Superstition Mountains would make a fantastic backdrop.
Location: 6109 North Apache Trail, Apache Junction
7. Old Main at Arizona State University, Tempe
ASU alum or not, Old Main is a unique and classically picturesque venue for a wedding. Indoors or outdoors, both are beautiful options you will probably have a difficult time choosing between.
Location: 400 East Tyler Mall, Tempe
8. Old Tucson, Tucson
Want an Old West themed wedding? There are few better places to host it than at Old Tucson, where your wedding is sure to be memorable.
Location: 201 South Kinney Road, Tucson
9. Red Rock State Park
Another stunning wedding location? Red Rock State Park near Sedona. What better way to ring in a new life together than with this as your backdrop?
Location: 40 50 Red Rock Loop Road, Sedona
10. Rustler's Rooste, Phoenix
This restaurant actually hosts quite a few weddings and other private events and its no wonder why. Rustler's Rooste has a humble, homey feel but also has spectacular views of Phoenix. Plus the food is delicious!
Location: 8383 South 48th Street, Phoenix
11. Savoy Opera House, Tucson
Looking for a beautiful historic home to host your wedding in southern Arizona? The Savoy Opera House is a great option since it looks grand both indoors and out.
Location: 6541 East Tanque Verde Road, Tucson
12. Tohono Chul Park, Tucson
Another pretty location for an outdoor wedding is Tohono Chul Park in Tucson, which has a lush desert atmosphere that is both beautiful and relaxing.
Location: 7366 North Paseo del Norte, Tucson
13. Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park
I'm not much of a wedding person, but if I were to get married, I would probably choose something quick, simple, and inexpensive like a courthouse wedding. If you want something just a little more special, an option is the historic Tombstone Courthouse.
Location: 223 East Toughnut Street, Tombstone
Where have you seen unique weddings hosted in our state? Are there any places you think should have made it on this list? Share your thoughts in the comments!