Unusual Phoenix Wedding Venues

October 31, 2014 at 9:05 am Leave a comment

3083-18Get married with southwestern-style in Phoenix, Arizona. Founded in 1881, Phoenix, Arizona is the 13th largest city in the United States and serves as the metropolitan center of the surrounding area known as the “Valley of the Sun”. Phoenix offers many venues for couples to marry from rustic farmhouses to mega-luxury resorts. For couples who want an outside-the-box wedding venue, Phoenix offers several unique wedding locations. Read on to learn more about unusual select Phoenix Wedding venues.

Boojum Tree Hidden Garden

Enchant your wedding guests with a ceremony and reception at the Boojum Tree Hidden Garden, a destination made for special events. Named after the boojum tree, a type of desert plant thought to live over 500 years old, the Boojum Tree Hidden Garden offers an old-world hacienda-style plaza and gardens. Highlights of this unique facility includes a 10,000-sq-ft indoor tropical garden, outdoor plaza with water fountains, a lily pond, gazebo garden, Old English arbor and Mexican-inspired cantina. The Boojum Tree offers couples a choice of wedding packages.

The Ice House

The Ice House first opened in the 1920s as a real icehouse creating gigantic 600 lb. ice blocks for use in the food industry. Today the Ice House is a thriving downtown Phoenix showcase dedicated to the arts and humanitarian issues. What makes the Ice House space unique are the fantastical rooms and open spaces including the Cathedral Room, White Column Room, Silver Room and I.C.E. (inner city Eden) garden area. Inquire directly for more information about wedding rates as they may vary.

Aldea at TlaquepaqueBridal portrait.

Devoted to weddings and receptions, the Aldea at Tlaquepaque specializes in making dream weddings come true. The uniqueness of the Aldea derives from the Spanish-style architecture featuring arched hallways, magnificent fountains, breathtaking bridges, decorative balconies, staircases and a hand laid brick plaza. The name Aldea translates as “village and Tlaquepaque hails from the Aztec language meaning “the best of everything.” The facility offers wedding packages for every budget.

Royal Palms Resort and Spa

Unforgettable is what your guests will say about your wedding at the Royal Palms Resort and Spa, a luxury resort located at the foot of Camelback Mountain near Phoenix, Arizona. Since 1929, this desert gem has served as a premier wedding destination for generations. The Royal Palms Resort and Spa is a mesmerizing 119-room Mediterranean -inspired mansion. Unique amenities include the Palmero Salon and Patio, the Alegria Garden, Vernadero Lawn. Cernates Room, Jardin D’Amore, Orange Grove and Estrella Salon. The Royal Palms Resort and Spa makes a great honeymoon destination as well.

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