Weddings Event Locations

 Agave of Sedona


 Agave of Sedona

View with a Venue…..Make your event a destination at the Agave of Sedona, a retreat from the ordinary.

Share a sunset from our magnificent terrace or dance the night away in our classic and sophisticated ballroom, the Agave of Sedona is a unique event location.

With over 4,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space the Agave provides the perfect venue for weddings parties from 10 to 165.

The hillside location provides unique views of the majestic red rock formations Sedona is known for.

The Agave provides exclusivity for that one of a kind wedding day.


Creekside Inn of Sedona



Creekside Inn of Sedona

“Romantic, secluded and peaceful B&B located on Oak Creek in the heart of Sedona and just 3 mins. walk to the art district and restaurants”, exclusive outside wedding venue for up to 150.












BriarPatch Inn


BriarPatch Inn Nestled in Oak Creek Canyon along the lush banks of Oak Creek, the Briar Patch Inn invites you to nurture your relationship with nature. At the base of the surrounding red rock mountains, the spring fed waters of Oak Creek create a healing, magical oasis-the perfect setting for the Briar Patch- a quiet blending of 9 acres, 19 cottages, majestic canyon oaks, dappled sunlight, squirrels, sheep, and a caring staff.









Tlaquepaque If the dramatic red crimson cliffs of Sedona keep the city on the list of most beautiful places to live, then Tlaquepaque has to be on the list of most beautiful places to get married. For the past 37 years Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village has been regarded as a treasure within Sedona.



Set in the beautiful, authentically-styled Mexican village, surrounded by huge sycamore trees, tall vine-covered stucco walls and cobblestone pathways and courtyards, the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village feels like it has been around for centuries

Rancho Los Lagos


Rancho Los Lagos

Offering the utmost privacy for your wedding, Rancho Los Lagos is an exclusive property dedicated to private events. It has spectacular views of Sedona’s famous red rocks, in addition to immaculately manicured meadows and a blue water lake.